I think that clogs can be pulled off in a fashionable way, but I’ve decided that I won’t be partaking in the ‘clog’ trend that seemed to originate from the Chanel Spring 2010 RTW collection. The Steve Madden version of the clog trend are cute, but they won’t be joining my shoe collection. My wallet and desire not to look like a walking billboard forces me to choose what trends to partake in. It’s a bit of a shame though. I know so many people who would look amazing in a pair of Swiss wooden clogs, or in something with more leather in them. And there’s no denying that many people look stunning in them in their Instagram photos. Still, I just don’t think it is for me, and that’s fine. Nothing wrong with having my reasons to not indulge.It isn’t the first time I have stayed away from a trend though. I also thought that some of the fur vests that were popular last fall and this winter were cute. But I can’t substantiate purchasing something that really is meant for casual purposes when I have full-time job and can only push the limits of dressing ‘creatively’ so far at my day job. If the prices drop considerably and I feel like clogs (or fur vests for that matter) are something I’ll want to wear for several seasons I’ll reconsider it at that point, but for now, I’ll just look at blogs and magazines to see how other fashionable girls pull them off this Spring/Summer.