These 31 Pairs of House Shoes Check All the Boxes—Comfy and Chic

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Okay, I daydream of wearing a pair of heels (statement-making ones, at that) on a near-daily basis. But if I'm completely honest, it's much more likely that you'll find me in a comfortable pair of house shoes instead. While I'm not saying my stiletto heels won't have their shining moment, these cozier options—whether they're fuzzy slides, easy flats, or podiatrist-approved sandals—are effortlessly easing me into my post-pandemic wardrobe.

Perhaps you were an early adopter of the house shoe trend the moment you started spending more time at home, or maybe you were wearing them long before then. But this summer, they're taking on different forms, especially now that places are becoming more accessible. So if you're looking for comfortable shoes that look good enough to wear in and out of the house, I've pulled together my favorites that can do both. Go ahead and check them out below.

Chunky Strap Sandals

Mango Quilted Strap Sandals ($80)

Get ready to wear these with everything you own.

Ulla Johnson Nova Slide Sandals ($345)

Nope, I'm still not over tie-dye.

LoveShackFancy x Manebi Nordic Sandals ($195)

LoveShackFancy has put its whimsical touch on footwear, and I'm not mad about it.

Zara Rubberized Buckled Slide Sandals ($50)

Your old-school jelly sandals could never.

Birkenstock Essentials Arizona Waterproof Slide Sandal ($45)

I have three pairs of Birkenstock Arizona sandals in my closet, and I'm about to get these as my fourth.

Tony Bianco Hiranni Indigo Denim Sandals ($140)

Oof—these are just good.

Fuzzy Slippers

Tibi Alfie Shearling Slides ($475)

Bedroom slippers but make them black-tie.

Sleeper Shearling Slippers ($290)

There's no doubt about it: Sleeper's on a roll.

Neous Alba Shearling-Lined Leather Slippers ($615)

For when you want to wear fuzzy slippers but need something that'll feel more polished.

Song of Style Alex Slide ($168)

Slip these on and head out the door at a moment's notice.

Tamara Mellon Stow ($650)

Trust me—you'll never want to take these off.

Ugg Fluffita Slipper ($100)

Andra Day wore these in black to an Oscars after-party, which means you can wear them anywhere.

Balenciaga Furry Logo-Embroidered Faux Shearling Slides ($495)

Why not add a luxe style to your slipper collection?


Hunter Original Play Clog ($75)

Hunter's rubber clogs are bound to be one of your favorite pairs.

No.6 Contour Clogs on Flat Base ($290)

You can never go wrong with a pair of classic clogs.

The Row Sabot Smooth Calfskin Mules ($950)

Leave it to The Row to create clog-like shoes in the most sophisticated way.

Lauren Manoogian Mono Alpaca and Wool-Blend Mules ($390)

Lauren Manoogian has been known to make pieces that practically define elevated comfort, and these shoes are no exception.

Brother Vellies Greg Shoe ($395)

Yet another animal print that's surprisingly versatile.

Nuance Clog ($111)

Style these with your favorite jeans and a boxy tee for an easy ensemble.

Easy Flats

Who What Wear Jane Mule ($5940)

Chic, simple, and timeless—what more could you ask for?

Everlane The Italian Leather Day Glove ($105)

These everyday flats will hug your feet in the best way.

Staud Tuli Ballet Flats ($295)

The scrunch effect is everywhere, and Staud's flats are one of the easiest ways to sport the trend.

Free People Reese Flats ($98)

The perfect shoes for when you don't want to wear anything else.

Madewell The Frances Skimmer Mule ($118)

Loafer-style mules will never get old.

Anine Bing Tara Flats ($349)

There's something about pointed flats that just feels, well, elevated.

Pool Slides

Coach Ulla Slide ($85)

A pop of color is perfect for the warm-weather months.

H&M Leather Slides ($50)

You'll want to wear these with everything.

Camper Wabi Slippers ($80)

An unexpected (but so welcome) addition to anyone's wardrobe.

Fendi Braided Satin Slides ($790)

I can't get over the vibrant shade of these Fendi slides, and I have a feeling you'll love them, too.

BY FAR Lilo Slides ($504)

In my humble opinion, BY FAR can do no wrong.

Adidas Adilette Boost Slides ($65)

Let's be honest: When it comes to everyday pool slides, no one does it quite like Adidas.

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