Bryr clogs walk the line between clunky and cool
Clogs are having a moment. Embodying the perfect balance between quirky and nonchalant, the wooden soles move seamlessly between summer and winter and can be dressed up for a night out or worn with goofy socks for a coffee run. Enter the local answer to the craze: Bryr clogs, a San Francisco brand founded and designed by British-born Isobel Schofield.
Sold online and at a tiny Dogpatch studio, Bryr (Swedish for “caring”) styles have made quite the name for themselves among local trendsetters since relaunching a year ao, with a beautiful Instagram account. Made out of lightweight linen, wood and U.S.-sourced leather, the clogs are versatile enough for San Francisco’s microclimates. Seemingly endless made-to-order customization possibilities — two heel lengths and five sandal-toe versions, and more than 40 shades of leather — await the creative customer. The dominant hues are relaxed tans and sophisticated grays, and every seasonal option joins the larger style pool.