Stubbs & Wootton

Stubbs & Wootton - Olivia's personal collection.

-By Teresa Greenfeld-

 

Hardly can one flip through a fashion magazine or scroll through a style blog without coming across a feature that waxes poetically about the ballet flat.  Though unquestionably a style staple, there are times when this classic, well, falls flat.  Beautiful summer sundresses and Hepburn-esque cigarette pants seem as though they would lend themselves to nothing better than a dainty flat, and yet oftentimes the combination renders one a clone of fifty other girls marching off to brunch beside her.

Enter Stubbs & Wootton.  Stubbs & Wootton hand-made slippers for men and women are the shoes of my rock-star fantasies, or perhaps just for those of jumping the line at Bubby’s.  The shape may be classic (think silk smoking jacket and a scotch on the rocks), but the emblems stitched into the top are anything but. The collection includes slippers emblazoned with skulls, swords, and nails, to name a few, and their bespoke section offers five slipper choices for women, two for men, come in at least 13 different colors and trims, and are available in velvet or linen.

Options for embroidery design are endless (10 different skulls, a peace sign, even a cocktail are just a few of the possibilities).  Perhaps all the sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll have taken it’s toll on your memory?  You can also choose to have your Stubbs & Wootton monogramed with your initials in silver or 18 karat gold. Just keep in mind, you’ll need to tell the boy you meet post-Block Party your real name now, or at least one that begins with the same letter.

30 Comments

  • October 7, 2011

    Anonymous

    Olivia Palermo Rules…Congrtas on your new blog!

  • October 7, 2011

    Anonymous

    Love, love, love these shoes!

  • October 7, 2011

    Anonymous

    Olivia, you are the best!

  • October 7, 2011

    Anonymous

    I love my Stubbs! I love your aesthetic? Is there any room for another contributor?

  • October 10, 2011

    Anonymous

    Love the Zara scarf too :)
    http://sheworeitwell.blogspot.com

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  • […] Olivia Palermo’s eponymous website finally launched this weekend. Among its first few entries is an ode to Stubbs & Wootton slippers, which states: “Stubbs & Wooten [sic] hand-made slippers for men and women are the shoes of my rock-star fantasies, or perhaps just for those of jumping the line at Bubby’s … You can also choose to have your Stubbs & Wootton monogramed [sic] with your initials in silver or 18 karat gold. Just keep in mind, you’ll need to tell the boy you meet post-Block Party your real name now, or at least one that begins with the same letter.” [Olivia Palermo] […]

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  • October 10, 2011

    Anonymous

    In love.. Linen

  • October 10, 2011

    Anonymous

    By “piece,” I’m assuming you mean “peace.” Also, the “it’s” in “taken it’s toll” is possessive and should have no apostrophe – “taken its toll.” There are several other mistakes, but on the aggregate it doesn’t detract too much from the writing, which I enjoy. My editing services are available.

    That said, love the new website, love the use of Oxford commas, and love S&W slippers.

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  • October 10, 2011

    Anonymous

    Super excited for your blog, Olivia! Love this post xo.

  • October 10, 2011

    Anonymous

    nice clean site, but you can definitely use a spell checker :)

  • […] Olivia Palermo’s eponymous website finally launched this weekend. Among its first few entries is an ode to Stubbs & Wootton slippers, which states: “Stubbs & Wooten [sic] hand-made slippers for men and women are the shoes of my rock-star fantasies, or perhaps just for those of jumping the line at Bubby’s … You can also choose to have your Stubbs & Wootton monogramed [sic] with your initials in silver or 18 karat gold. Just keep in mind, you’ll need to tell the boy you meet post-Block Party your real name now, or at least one that begins with the same letter.” [Olivia Palermo] […]

  • October 11, 2011

    Anonymous

    Olivia couldn’t get authors for her site that know how to spell?

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  • […] Olivia Palermo’s eponymous website finally launched this weekend. Among its first few entries is an ode to Stubbs & Wootton slippers, which states: “Stubbs & Wooten [sic] hand-made slippers for men and women are the shoes of my rock-star fantasies, or perhaps just for those of jumping the line at Bubby’s … You can also choose to have your Stubbs & Wootton monogramed [sic] with your initials in silver or 18 karat gold. Just keep in mind, you’ll need to tell the boy you meet post-Block Party your real name now, or at least one that begins with the same letter.” [Olivia Palermo] […]

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  • October 11, 2011

    Anonymous

    Olivia you are my style icon always! I love your simplicity and elegance! I really like this post, I love these shoes! congratulations on the blog. kisses Erika
    http://erikaromani.blogspot.com/

  • October 13, 2011

    Anonymous

    $400? bit on the pricey side!

  • October 14, 2011

    Anonymous

    Hmmm… Less ‘esque’ please… Nonetheless, me love Olivia P style…. More photos please.

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  • January 13, 2012

    Anonymous

    Who made the bag? looks gorgeous!

  • January 13, 2012

    Anonymous

    Who made the bag? looks gorgeous!

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