Monday, January 11, 2010

Kiltie Clogs


So, as I mentioned in my previous post, Hubby and I volunteered in the nursery at church for the first time on Sunday. As I was chatting with the mom who was the coordinator for the nursery that morning, going over supplies, snacks, etc., I couldn't take my eyes off her super-cool shoes. They were red patent leather clogs with shearling lining. I noticed the shoes when she came running across the lobby to unlock the nursery door, apologizing for being late. I thought, "No worries, just tell me where you got the shoes and no one will get hurt."

So, as we're setting up for the kids to arrive, I ask this person, whom I've known all of five minutes, where she got her shoes (I also wanted to know where she got her gorgeous coat, but I thought that would be border-line stalker to ask that as well). She laughed, because her sister actually found them at a kids' consignment store. Yes, that's right. She has to wear children's shoes. Damn. They were Uggs Kiltie clogs, but in the searching I've done, I can't seem to find any in women's sizes. So, either they're no longer made, were made only for kids, or both.

But, if anyone knows about Kiltie clogs and it they're still manufactured (for ladies, not kiddies), please let me know. Like I need another pair of shoes...
Image courtesy of ebay

5 comments:

Emily said...

So cute! I've never owned a pair of clogs, always thought they looked quite farmer-like...but maybe that's just the point:) hope you can find a pair in your size. good luck! x LZ

EntertainingMom said...

Funny, just the other day I was thinking about clogs. They are cute, but do you remember walking out of them by accident? Can you say OUCH! LOL

Jesslee said...

Do you like Dansko? Their fire engine red patent leather Marcelle is really super cute...you should google it.

teresa-bug said...

I always wanted clogs when I was little but my mom said no because she thought I would break my neck and we had hardwood floors. She didn't want me stomping around the house. Now that I am old, I still have hardwoods and I have a greater chance of breaking my neck. I still like them though.

LindsB said...

I hate it when I see something someone is wearing and then I cant find it to buy myself...I hope you have better luck then I usually do :)