12 Pairs of Cozy Slippers to Help You Upgrade an At-Home Winter

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With cold weather on the horizon, many of us are preparing to spend a whole lot of time indoors. We're doing everything we can to maximize the ​hygge​ by investing in super cozy items that will make the chilly months just a little bit more enjoyable. One simple, affordable purchase that will seriously upgrade an at-home winter is a pair of inviting slippers. Whether you're treating your own feet or those of a loved one, comfy slippers are the ultimate gift this holiday season.


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1. Anthropologie Sadie Slippers, $38

You can't go wrong with a fuzzy slipper and this sunny faux fur pair checks all of our boxes. It's a simple, soft slip-on in a cheerful color that's bound to brighten your toughest 2020 day. (But, it comes in five other colors, too, if yellow's not your hue).


2. Bombas Women's Gripper Slipper, $38

From the brand that has mastered the art of the sock comes a sock-slipper hybrid that you'll never want to take off. This Bombas pair has a woven exterior, a fleecy brushed interior, and sticky PVC grippers that prevent slipping.


3. Urban Outfitters Casa Clara Frankie Slipper, $68

Fluffy sheepskin slides by Casa Clara allow your toes to get some fresh air while keeping your feet cozy. The pastel hues and girly vibes are just cherries on top of the supreme comfort.


4. Glerups The Slip-On with Leather Sole, $95

With a minimalist design that is distinctly Scandinavian, this classic Danish slipper combines natural felted wool and smooth calfskin. Ideal for sweaty feet, the materials are breathable yet warm.


5. L.L. Bean Women's Wicked Good Moccasins, $79

Perhaps the most beloved slippers of all time, L.L. Bean's Wicked Good Moccasins are popular for a reason. The furry shearling lining is at once super wooly and moisture-wicking, while the thermoplastic rubber outsole is extremely durable.


6. Mahabis Classic Slippers, $109

Slim, flexible slip-ons are the specialty of London-based footwear company Mahabis, which uses Corriedale and Romney wools from Australia and New Zealand to craft its contemporary slippers.


7. Merippa Reversible House Shoes, $59

A modern take on the traditional Japanese house shoes, these Merippa slippers are a snuggly, sock-like delight. They're reversible, so both sides are made of fabric and self-adhesive grippers are included for traction.


8. Morihata International Sasawashi Japanese Winter Room Boots, $82

These chic Japanese booties are brilliantly lined with Sasawashi fabric, an inventive combination of absorbent washi paper threads and antibacterial Kumazasa plant fibers that contains naturally deodorizing properties.

9. Parachute Cozy Bootie, $59

For ankle warmth and extra cuteness, look to these ivory sherpa booties from Parachute. Plush and easy to pull on, they'll make you feel like you're walking on clouds.

10. Pottery Barn Waffle Weave Resort Slippers, $39.50

Recreate the relaxing sensation of a luxury hotel stay with these white resort slippers. The towel-like inside material reminds us of a soothing spa, while the adorable waffle weave gives them a more enduring look.

11. Shabby Chic Furry Slipper, $23.99

Crisscross slippers have grown in popularity ever since the pandemic began — why not hop on the bandwagon now with this pair that's under $25?

12. Everlane The ReNew Slipper, $50

Describe as "a duvet for your feet," The brand-new ReNew Slipper from Everlane features a cozy quilted upper, a soft plush lining, an easy slip-on design, and a durable outsole if you decide to leave the house.