It's already been two decades since Crocs entered our lives. Initially, their one-of-a-kind (and patented) resin, the Crocslit, made them the shoe of choice among chefs, healthcare professionals and gardening fans, but they have recently become more and more popular for their fun and accessible side, rather than their practical function. Comfortable and lightweight, the only thing Crocs seemed to lack was style. Famously much maligned for their lack of elegance and chic, Crocs were the shoes that everybody loved to hate. But the tide has turned. Now available in a variety of cool and stylish colours, sometimes neutral, sometimes pastel, sometimes neon, the iconic plastic clog has also adopted some uber-trendy touches, to the delight and amusement of fashion fans. To elevate its classic clog design, Crocs has added a chunky platform sole to take it to higher ground. Now more comfortable but also more stylish, the Classic Platform has recently established itself as a firm favourite among supermodels relaxing between shows, and content creators who are keen to promote a fashion-forward style. Even more avant-garde, the Classic Crush sports an equally sculptural platform with a hypnotic feeling of movement. But if you’re getting cold feet at the idea of… getting cold feet, don't worry: Crocs also offers fur-lined clogs and sandals for maximum comfort, as evidenced by their name, Cozzzy. And for winter temperatures, the brand is even reinventing its signature model in an après-ski style boot, the Classic Neo Puff. There are more than enough Crocs designs to suit any taste or look, but don’t forget there’s also the option to add your own personal touch. With Jibbitz, their cute little clip-on charms, whether you're a Pokémon, Harry Potter, sports or nature fan, Crocs has you covered. Our faves? The very girly Wild and Elevated sets and the sustainable It's Our Planet.