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The ultimate guide to Birkenstock shearling styles, a must-have for winters

Imagine this on a cold winter morning, you wake up and stretch lazily in a sea of blankets. Not wanting to snap out of the bubble of warmth just yet, you spend a few extra minutes in bed. And finally, when you get your feet off the bed, they land right into the warmest, most comfortable pair of slippers, preserving the cosiness your blankets offered. Ah, what a perfect morning. 

When we talk about comfortable footwear, the brand that’s swiftly become synonymous with the feeling is Birkenstock. Contemporary and minimal designs, the iconic contoured footbed, and sustainable materials are what make the brand prominent and exclusive. Though all their footwear models are trans-seasonal, they offer a special range for winters. Designed to keep your feet warm and cosy, the Birkenstocks come with soft shearling-lined footbeds. Excited to know more about them? Well then, read on:

Quick slip-ons: For all fast-paced people, Birkenstock offers some of the most popular slip-on designs in shearling-lined variants.

Arizona: The versatile Arizona is a unisex sandal. Featuring two straps with adjustable metal pin buckles and the cosy shearling-lined footbed, it is ideal for both a lazy day in and a busy day out. The big-buckled variant lends an extra bit of glam. It can also be worn with socks for added warmth. Wear the minimal sandal with almost everything in the wardrobe. Be it casuals, semi-casuals, or streetwear, the Arizona never disappoints. Pair it with everthing you own! 

Madrid: Another minimal model, Madrid features a single strap with a big adjustable metal pin buckle. The shearling-lined variant is perfect for cold days out. It adds understated glam to everyday winter casuals as well as dressy evening ensembles. Pair it with elegant wool dresses, long cardigans, trousers, and casual blazers. 

Florida: Ideal for maximalists, the Florida winter variant features three straps with adjustable buckles and of course, the cosy shearling footbed. It is eye-catching and glamourous, and adds extra oomph to your outfits. Style it confidently with bold street style and dressy outfits such as jeans, casual jackets, sweater tops, etc.

Understated clogs: For all the people who like the look and comfort of a closed shoe, Birkenstock clogs are here to make your day:

Boston: A classic clog, the Boston features a closed-toe design and the ease of a slip-on sandal. The beautiful shearling-lined variant is ideal for workwear and semi-casuals and can take you from a formal day to a fancy evening out. Wear it with socks on cold days for a super cosy feel. Pair it with blazers, shift dresses, worsted wool suits, etc. 

Blair: Feminine and stylish, the shearling-lined clog has a rustic aesthetic. It pairs well with quirky street style and casual wear such as bomber jackets, printed t-shirts, cardigans, flared pants, etc. 

Elegant toe loops: For those looking for something more refined and graceful, thong sandals are perfect. Birkenstock offers Mayari, one of their most loved thong sandals in a shearling-lined variant for winter. Modern and attractive, it features horseshoe-shaped adjustable buckles. Pair it fearlessly with chic cable knit sweaters, skirts, stockings, woollen pants, etc. 

Homely comfort: Giving you utmost comfort and warmth especially at home is the Andermatt, a home shoe model by Birkenstock. With a raised shaft and a smart ankle notch, the pull-up boot comes lined with shearling for extra balminess. Ideal for a day spent indoors, pair it with comfortable winter loungewear. 

Highly versatile and stylish, you can never go wrong with any of these options. With its shearling variants, Birkenstock swears to keep your style game hot and high this season. So, what are you waiting for? Upgrade your winter shoe racks now!

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