7 best women’s slippers to keep cosy while self isolating
Whether you prefer fluffy mules or simple slip-ons, up your loungewear game with the help of our roundup
You own the super-soft dressing gown, the flattering set of pyjamas and cosiest pair of socks, but there’s one vital element missing – the finishing touch to the ultimate lounging uniform: slippers.
They’re the at-home accessory that is often forgotten about and shoved under the bed, and finding the right pair for you can be troublesome, but once found, they are hard to take off.
Whether you opt for sliders or mules, velvet or cashmere, bright or muted, we’ve rounded up the best slippers on offer, to suit varying styles, comfort levels and, of course, budgets.
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Toms leopard print slippers: £55, Toms
Toms has provided more than 86 million pairs of shoes to children in need since 2006, so why not make your contribution with a pair of slippers from the brand? These vegan-friendly, chunky slippers feature a fun leopard print and removable insole for your comfort. Take note of the included gift box if buying for a loved one or looking forward to receiving this cosy pair all for yourself.
Ugg scuffette II slippers: £80, Ugg
If you are already a fan of Ugg’s sheepskin lining and iconic, easy-wear boots, its slippers should be a welcome addition to your wardrobe. The “Scuffette II” slipper from the Californian-born brand is available in a range of rich chocolate shades, but we particularly like this chestnut edition for its striking colour contrast and water-resistant suede exterior. Pair with an Ugg lounge robe for the ultimate evening look
Mahabis classic slippers: £89, Mahabis
This is a pair of slippers for those who take their house shoes seriously. Mahabis, an award-winning brand, has considered what it takes to create the most wearable slipper. Each layer is considered, from the foam footbed, which adapts as you move, to its wool lining to regulate your feet’s temperature. Opt for this navy edition from Mahabis’ “Nordic nights” collection, for a nod to next year’s classic blue trend.
H&M slip on slippers: £24.99, H&M
When staying in a hotel, its perks are not only the swimming pool, sauna and concierge but its homely freebies, like the fluffy robes on the back of the door and brand new slippers, waiting just for you. These H&M slippers provide that hotel feeling with the chic monochrome design and slip-on pointed style.
Uniqlo fleece slippers: £9.90, Uniqlo
These slippers are for those after a hardworking pair at a purse-friendly price. What we admired the most about this pair is that they can be worn in two ways: mule or slipper style. The lightweight material means these can be slotted in a weekend overnight bag with ease to ensure that “home from home” can really happen.
The North Face padded mules: £25, The North Face
The North Face is known for offering superb performing outerwear and equipment for the explorers among us, so it was a little surprising to discover its extensive slipper collection. Every slipper is manufactured with the same heat trapping insulation as its jackets, meaning toasty toes around the house.
Sheepers the original sheepers slippers: £40, Not On The Highstreet
What caught our attention with this pair was their striking pattern and pure sheepskin trim. A fun lounging must-have, perfect for relaxing at home by the fire – why not pack these in your ski holiday suitcase for some added pizzazz to any apres-ski ensemble? Top tip: opt for a size down for a snug fit as the supple leather soles loosen over time.
The verdict: Women’s slippers
Those longing for a playful print will be drawn to Toms’ leopard-print style, and will also be making a charitable contribution when purchasing.
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