Talk

Advanced search

What sort of slippers do I want for Christmas Mumsnet?

(27 Posts)
bibbitybobbityyhat Sat 17-Dec-16 17:32:32

I like natural as possible and they can be well above supermarket prices.

What are the go-to slippers of the season?

And while we're at it, I'm looking for some cheaper knitted boot style ones for teen dd. Any pointers for those?

Hey, the Christmas presents in the bibbity house are rock and roll aren't they fgrin ??

Quodlibet Sat 17-Dec-16 17:36:12

I've got a nice pair of Toms slippers.

Nanasueathome Sat 17-Dec-16 17:36:41

Moshulu

SeaweedSa1ad Sat 17-Dec-16 17:37:39

These Snuggle Feet are the business. You need look no further, they're lovely.

TheScottishPlay Sat 17-Dec-16 17:40:20

Bedroom Athletics.

SeaweedSa1ad Sat 17-Dec-16 17:40:42

And I got these from John Lewis for my teen DD.

TheScottishPlay Sat 17-Dec-16 17:41:08

Next for the ones for your DD.

Carneddai Sat 17-Dec-16 17:42:43

I've just got some homeys slippers

GrumpyOldBag Sat 17-Dec-16 17:43:39

I like Mahabis or Uggs.

AndersArms Sat 17-Dec-16 17:43:42

Ugg slippers. Fugly but so comfortable.

MadisonMontgomery Sat 17-Dec-16 17:45:27

Ugg slippers are the BEST. So warm and comfy.

Cranbrookornot Sat 17-Dec-16 17:50:44

You want Sheepland slipper boots. They are the shiz and they're made in Somerset.
sheepskin.co.uk/shop/slippers/bestselling-luxury-sheepland-sheepskin-indoor-slipper-boots.htm

LookBehindooo Sat 17-Dec-16 17:54:01

These are very comfy

www.wynsors.com/womens/slippers/novelty/wynsors-lillie-43472?gclid=CPbJnezk-9ACFcIK0wodJKIF6A

pinkieandperkie Sat 17-Dec-16 18:04:34

Bedroom athletics

VintagePerfumista Sat 17-Dec-16 18:09:12

white company

I was just thinking about one of the first 2 pairs on here for dd, but will now peruse all your other recommendations first!

JaneAustinAllegro Sat 17-Dec-16 18:11:57

Ruby and Ed velvet / fake fur lined, big floppy velvet bow on the front

Sweepingchange Sat 17-Dec-16 18:15:48

I am deeply in love with my Shepherd's

here

I have what look like Lena's or Krista's and I know they are not the most fashionable (I wear them at home under long wide legged trousers so you only see the front bit) but I've worn them for parts of every day for four years and they are still going strong.

I live in an old cold house with hard floors and they are orgasmically warm and comfortable, hard-wearing and (sorry for tmi) don't smell after lots of use and wearing them without socks.

I was going to suggest these for your teen but a lot of the larger sizes have sold out.

Esprit (but not as nice) here.

notsojollydecember Sat 17-Dec-16 20:38:24

http://www.bedroomathletics.com/harris-tweed/womens-harris-tweed.html

I second bedroom athletics, I have a pair of these and love them!

KC225 Sat 17-Dec-16 21:46:06

Proper fluffy trim tarts trotters from Agent Provocateur

goose1964 Sat 17-Dec-16 22:34:55

I have some felt ones, they look ugly but are incredibly warm, this k they were around £30

OhYouBadBadKitten Sat 17-Dec-16 23:24:04

I need new slippers after I skidded down the stairs from top to bottom and ended up in a&e. Are any of these skid proof?

tigerdriverII Sat 17-Dec-16 23:27:17

Sainsbos have some Uggs or at least Uggsalike. Not cheap. Was going to ask DH to get me some but refrained on the grounds of that would be too middle aged.

Star2015 Sun 18-Dec-16 08:01:17

I was recently bought some from whitestuff they do not test on animals etc and are super comfy and cosy... Definitely check them out!!

GETTINGLIKEMYMOTHER Sun 18-Dec-16 09:05:49

House boots (Ugg-ish) from Celtic Sheepskin. I absolutely love mine and live in them in winter.
On 2nd pair now, both prezzies from Dh after he was steered in the right direction.

flapjackfairy Sun 18-Dec-16 09:47:36

I have reynards and the coldest feet in the universe! I have recently bought some coldbreaker wool slippers!
They are amazing. The most comfy and definitely the warmest slippers i have ever had and believe me i have tried so many over the years. I have bought 2 extra pairs already in case they go out of business and not even extortionate at about 20 quid a pair.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now