8 Chic House Slippers Brands You Need to Know

Black Birdies velvet house slippers

Looking for the perfect house slipper that is both chic and infinitely comfy?

These eight brands specialize in insta-worthy house slippers that you’ll never want to take off.


Birdies Logo

Birdies is the one-year-old San Francisco company that specializes in super-chic luxe house slippers. Marketed as the stylish flat that’s secretly a slipper, reviewers rave about their level of comfort.

The brand’s popularity went parabolic when it made international headlines after Meghan Markle stepped out in her pair of Blackbird smoking house slippers while touring New Zealand.

Gal Meets Glam founder, Julia Engel, accessorized the most gorgeous bridal shower for her sister with Birdies house slippers, and other bloggers are showing their beloved Birdies off on Instagram too.

The beauty of Birdies house slippers is their extreme versatility. They are made for lounging about, entertaining in style at home, as well as stepping outside, thanks to their slip-resistant rubber sole.

The most slipper-esque part of a Birdies slipper is their signature champagne satin quilting insole.

Start with Birdies bestselling house
slipper The Starling in Black. With over a thousand 5-star reviews raving about their comfort on Birdies’ website, you can’t go wrong!


Stubbs & Wootton Palm Beach Logo

Stubbs & Wootton claim to be responsible for making evening slippers relevant again.

The company creates stunning women’s house slippers. Hand-crafted in Spain,  they feature a stacked .75″ stacked wooden heel.

and offer a bespoke service so you can create a truly personal slipper just like these fabulous ones.

A stunning variety of materials are used on the upper part of the slippers.  Choose from cotton-velvet, leather, natural straw, raffia, canvas needlepoint and even hand-cut original Kashmir Shawls (shown below). They truly are one-of-a-kind slippers.  

M.Gemi luxury house slippers in cream slip on


M.Gemi Logo

M.Gemi is a two-year old brand founded by Maria Gangemi who wanted to design the perfect at-home slipper.

With superior ‘Made in Italy’ craftsmanship, their e-commerce site is definitely worth a browse.

M.Gemi’s has luxury velvet slippers available in five different colors.

Their decadent slip-on is hand-crafted in Tuscany, Italy and features a crushed velvet upper, a plush padded insole, and a no-slip crepe sole that will take you inside and out.


Rothy's Logo

Rothy’s style is more of a house shoe than a ‘slipper’. It is a one-of-a-kind brand that puts sustainability at the very top of its core values. So they had to be on the list. 

Rothy’s shoes are made from recycled plastic bottles and use 3-D knitting technology to create a seamless knitted upper for maximum comfort. They are also machine-washable, fast-drying and lightweight. What more do you need to love? Oh, and their rubber soles are eco-friendly and carbon-free.

A number of reviewers say their Rothy’s start to smell after a week of consistent wear so throwing them in a regular wash will likely be needed due to the synthetic material. Alternatively slipping in an insole will also help.  


Mahabis Logo

I am personally a huge fan of Scandinavian merino wool felt slippers. While I don’t own a pair of the Mahabis, my own are very similar. They have endured for four years, and still  look fantastic. Best of all, merino wool is self-cleaning.

These house slippers have a sneaker-like sole for versatile everyday wear. Mahabis also has a range of Summer slippers with ultra-comfortable foam insocks.


Le Monde Beryl Logo

Le Monde Beryl’s velvet house slippers are designed as a new take on the classic Venetian gondolier’s slipper.

Combining exotic fabrics and intricate embellishments, these elegant and highly versatile house slippers look like they’ve been around for tens of years. But in fact, the company was only founded in 2015 by two friends Lily Atherton Hanbury and Katya Shyfri, in London, UK.

These house slippers come in a great variety of beautiful jewel toned colors.

You have a choice of material for the upper including velvet, suede, leather, calf hair and linen.

Grey cashmere house ballet style slippers


N.Peal London Logo

British brand N.Peal know a thing or two about making exquisite cashmere goods. They’ve been doing it for more than 80 years. 

N.Peal’s 100% Mongolian cashmere slippers are classic. Slim enough to throw in your overnight bag for a flight or weekend getaway. And some even come with rabbit fur lining for that extra touch of luxury. 

N.Peal ship worldwide. Their house slippers are also available on Farfetch.

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Discover the best house slippers for women that are both chic, elegant and comfy. These eight brands know how to create luxury and stylish house slippers and shoes, great for Summer and Winter.

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