ABOVE LEFT: I love my old Ugg scuffs, so much so that the lining at the heel is practically non-existent. I’m eyeing a replacement with another Ugg—this Dakota Slipper ($100, Nordstrom). Instead of the usual suspects in brown and beige, though, I’d go for this pretty “wildberry” suede. BELOW RIGHT: Family-operated German company Haflinger is known for its ultra-comfy, durable footwear, as well as its graphic styles. This cute Coffee Slipper ($85.95, Nordstrom) conforms to the shape of your foot the more you wear it. Boiled wool makes them feel cool in the summer and warm in the winter. RIGHT: Subu is a short version of the Japanese expression “sutto haku butsu,” which means slip-on shoes or shoes you can put on in the blink of an eye. Subu Indoor/Outdoor Slippers ($55, MoMA) have durable soles with an outer nylon shell that’s stain- and water-resistant, thanks to a special Teflon coating. The soft-cushioned insoles are filled with polyester down. Think of them as a warm down jacket for your feet.
ABOVE: We especially like this lumber jacket pattern (it’s also available in red and black and six other colors) on Birkenstock’s Zermatt Genuine Shearling Lined slipper ($99.95, Nordstrom). It looks cozy enough for lounging around the house or venturing outside it. Why? It’s shaped like a foot, has arch support, a warm lining and a rubber sole. BELOW: These Acorn Moc slippers ($44.95, Zappos) will hug your feet in faux fur uppers and a faux shearling lining. Like this new generation of slippers, this one has a rubber sole for traction.
LEFT: Stay snug—and feel fashionable—in a long sweater like this army green Raya Wool & Mohair Blend Cardigan ($430, Nordstrom). RIGHT: Why not wear hot pink in the middle of winter? Slip on Boden’s ribbed Rosslyn Fluffy Cardigan ($130, Nordstrom) with tortoiseshell buttons to chase away cold-weather blues.
LEFT: Inside/outside wearability applies to this Phoebe Floral Jacquard slide ($120, Birdies), which combines the softness of a slipper with the look of a designer flat. Comfort comes courtesy of quilted satin, memory foam, arch and heel support and a no-slip rubber sole. RIGHT: The fashion forward may just want to splurge on these camo-print shearling, clog-like Sleek Slippers ($180, Anthropologie) for themselves or as a gift for a trend-loving friend, who will be tempted to wear them day and night, inside and out.
LEFT: Cozy? Not so much. But this Mission Lurex Sequin Cardigan from Maje Paris ($340, Bloomingdales) sparkles with style (and the look of a much more expensive Chanel jacket). RIGHT: A knit cardigan/ jacket from BA&SH (the brand is named for the first two letters of the founders’ names—Barbara and Sharon), this Brut. Sweater ($395, Bloomingdale’s) in navy with light-catching round gold buttons projects a relaxed military vibe.
LEFT: Everlane delivers on basics like this ribbed Cropped Cardigan ($110), made with plush, warm alpaca that’s supposed to resist pilling.
Also available in ivory, tan and black. RIGHT: Mango’s wool-blend Chunky Knit Cardigan ($99) looks aces with jeans, but I could also see throwing it over a tailored pajama top for an impromptu Zoom.
LEFT: Sorel gets into the slipper business with this Go Mail Run Slide ($75, Nordstrom), a pouf of fluffy faux fur grounded by a rubber sole—just the thing for short dog walks. RIGHT:Mattress manufacturer Tempur-Pedic weighs into the slipper market with Vallery ($77.95, Zappos). Its faux fur collar and fleece lining will keep your tootsies toasty.
LEFT: Cable sweaters like Madewell’s Pointelle Cardigan ($110) check the right boxes for chunky but not too heavy thanks to airy eyelet details. Besides this mossy green, it’s also available in ivory and lilac. RIGHT: A bomber jacket-like Textured Knit Cardigan (Mango, $99) with long puffed sleeves, side pockets and front zipper to wear now through early spring.