Slip-ons made a name for themselves in the fashion sneaker game over the last year. Designers from Vince and Tory Burch to Steve Madden were making ’em, and celebs like Alessandra Ambrosio and Kim “Heel Queen” Kardashian were wearing ’em.
But now that it’s getting closer to winter (booooo), slip-ons are not the most practical shoe of choice. They are the easiest shoe to get on by nature of their name, but they expose about half your foot. This must be the reason why slip-on high tops are all of a sudden becoming a thing. Everyone from Loeffler Randall to Zara is getting in on this style. Click the slideshow to see our picks–they’re the perfect option for when tying your laces sounds miz.