Living high on the hog requires major funds. Gumption and a striking resemblance to Rose Byrne also help.
Much easier: living high on your clogs in a striking pair by Bryr, a new line of wood-sole shoes.
Earlier this year Brooklyn-based designer Isobel Schofield stuck it to the man and went in search of a calling. She found it in Minnesota at the Sven Original factory, where she learned the tricks of the clog trade as an apprentice. Her made-to-order collection is now produced there.
Slip on cross-strap ankle boots lined with shearling (fold down for a fluffy cuff) or create a cocoon of warmth in bitone (sustainable olive, black, chocolate, sage, or fawn suede) medium and tall boots. If you’re looking ahead to warmer temps, lace-up brogues and backless pink sandals will put a spring in your shuffle come summer.
Production takes about ten business days, and you should order a full size up for shearling boots.
To keep all your little piggies comfortable.
Available at bryrstudio.com, $265-$430.
Photo: Courtesy of Bryr