Athleisure Wear

Jennifer Garner Was Spotted in Slipper Clogs, and Now I’m Convinced I Need 5 Pairs

Taylor Bell

Photo: Getty Images/ CHRIS DELMAS

Those who follow Jennifer Garner on Instagram can attest that the actress and Once Upon a Farm co-founder provides us with the most wholesome content on social media. Whether she's baking pumpkin oatmeal cookies with her mom, sharing footage from her farm, or reposting heartfelt memes and videos, you can count on Garner to put a genuine smile on your face. So, when I came across a photo of her out and about in Santa Monica (aka, real life), I couldn't help but notice (and fall in love with, obviously) her pair of slipper clogs.

If there was ever a shoe I didn't think would have a fashion moment, it's slippers. But thanks to my love for all things comfortable, I couldn't be happier we're making slippers A Thing. If that means taking your indoor slides and wearing them out on the street, then by all means. That's what Garner did, after all. And we stan. (No, but really, I'm buying several pairs.) Although we can't confirm the exact shoe Garner was wearing, we've curated some of the best look-a-like options for you to add to your closet and experience the A-level comfort yourself.

DREAM PAIRS Women's House Slippers Fuzzy Indoor Outdoor Furry Cork Faux Sherpa Slippers
Dream Pairs Women's Sherpa Slippers — $33.00

These and the Madewell pair (below) are dead-ringers for Garner’s slipper choice. Dream Pairs sherpa slippers are lightweight and easy to wear, and have a special ergonomic cork midsole to better support your feet. Specifically, there’s extra cushion along the arch and the heel cup is designed to help absorb shock. They also come in a bunch of colors.

 

The Layne Clog Mule in Shearling
Madewell The Layne Clog Mule in Shearling — $138.00

These ones could definitely be the same clogs Garner is wearing. If you’re looking for something cozy to wear on your holiday shopping trips, these Layne clogs are a must-have for your fall wardrobe. Their sherpa-style lining warms your feet (both with and without socks), and the padded insoles add extra support. Plus, you can score 30 percent off right now by using code GOSPREE at checkout.

WHITE MOUNTAIN Women's Bari Clog
White Mountain Women's Bari Clog — $50.00

Originally $69.99, now $49.99

Whether you’re in for the night or looking to step out for a quick errand, these shoes have got your back. Made with leather, these clogs have a suede upper, a faux fur lining and a treaded outsole for better grip.

Pacific sherpa-lined leather clogs
J.Crew Pacific Sherpa-Lined Leather Clogs — $90.00

Originally $138, now $90. *Plus, save an extra 60 percent off with code SALETIME*

Sandals, but make ’em cozy. That’s the name of the game with these leather clogs. While they look like regular slippers on the outside, the rubber sole and sherpa lining gives them the extra warmth that’s perfect for the fall season.

Susina Adley Faux Shearling Lined Clog — $30.00

For the times when you want to kick back on the couch, these Susina Adley clogs are a safe bet to complete your loungewear look. Available in four colors, these shoes have a flexible rubber sole and a fuzzy faux shearling lining to keep your toes nice and toasty.

Birkenstock Boston Teddy Shearling Clogs — $190.00

We obviously cannot forget Birks. These Birkenstock clogs are exactly what cozy dreams are made of, and then some. The fluffy shearling upper and lining warmly hugs your feet while the shoe is designed to mold to your foot.

Jenni Kayne Shearling-Lined Moc Clog
Jenni Kayne Shearling-Lined Moc Clog — $375.00

When it comes to high-end loungewear styles, Jenni Kayne doesn’t play around. And these clogs are no exception. Made in Italy, these Mocs feature suede and authentic shearling lining that feels soft to the touch. Put them on during a sunny day out with friends or on a drizzly morning to keep your feet warm.

Sasawashi Room Shoes
Sasawashi Room Shoes — $67.00

While most picks on this list can be worn both inside and outdoor, you’ll want to wear these Sasawashi Room Shoes indoors. Modeled after the Japanese lifestyle, these super comfy slippers absorb odors and moisture thanks to the pill-free Sasawashi fabric.

In recent months, more fuzzy style slippers have made their way into everyday streetwear, with people pairing them with looks outside of their loungewear. Case in point: the Ugg Fluff Yeah Sandals, which I continue to see pop on sidewalks with more frequency.

Most slipper clogs are also made for comfort, which makes them the perfect option to wear while running errands or heading to brunch—they truly are a versatile shoe. Not to mention, they also feel really good on your feet thanks to the plush lining inside. Really, what's not to love? Thanks, Jen!

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