Birkenstock Bostons are selling out fast—so allow these stylish dupes to fill the void and save you $100

These Birkenstock clog dupes look *just* like the real article but for a fraction of the price and yes, they're still in stock...

The Birkenstock Bostons pictured on a pink and purple gradient template, with a black line circle around it with stars for a piece on Birkenstock clog dupes
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Birkenstock Bostons are once again TikTok's must-have shoe for fall but alas, they don't come cheap—that's if you can even find them in stock at all. So we've scoured the web to bring you all the best Birkenstock clog dupes to add to your capsule wardrobe.

The coveted clogs, whilst being a summer staple, have once again gone viral meaning that finding your size in the Boston's trendiest hue ('Taupe' if you didn't already know) is now almost an impossible task.  And if that wasn't already enough of a bummer, if you do actually manage to nab a pair they will still cost you around $158. 

This kind of cost isn't always feasible, especially if you plan to give your entire closet an autumnal refresh. Thankfully though, there are a ton of equally chic clogs out there, that look almost identical to the OG's, just minus that price tag. Plus, we've also found a few retailers that still have 'Taupe' Bostons in stock...

The best Birkenstock clog dupes

Clogs, like ballet flats, are having quite a moment right now and might very well join our fave loafers in our fall footwear rotation (yes, we're thinking about that already), because they just manage to both elevate and soften any outfit. Boston's especially make their wearers look so cozy but at the same time, have them radiating this unbothered cool vibe.

They're perfect for styling with flowy white maxi skirts, linen trousers and even jeans and some cozy socks—for the colder months. All in all, they're a surprisingly versatile shoe and one that has TikTok in a chokehold.

So, where can we shop some Birkenstock clog dupes, exactly? Well, the likes of Mango, Zara, Target and Amazon have fully understood the assignment, offering a ton of very close alternatives.

The Amazon options, in particular, are steals! Right now you can snag pairs ranging from $45.99 to $29.99—which is a whopping 80% off the OG Bostons's price. They're all available in very similar neutral shades, with a cork-like food bed and cute silver buckle details.

The Target pair are also equally budget-friendly as are Zara's chic clogs, coming in at $69.90. They're slightly more structured and chunky than the Bostons, but definitely give off those 'Quiet Luxury' vibes.

Where to still shop Birkenstock Bostons elsewhere

Regardless of all the killer dupes though, if you're desperate to own the real article but your size is out of stock on Birkenstock's website, there are a few other retailers to try...

MIL's guide to building a Birkenstock Boston clog outfit

When it comes to styling your clogs, we've spotted them paired with 'Cottagecore'-inspired dresses, long skirts and even denim shorts (jean shorts...). And luckily, TikTok itself has a plethora of videos offering pointers.


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For a more minimalist look, you can also wear your clogs with a cool pair of white or cream linen trousers, or with mid-blue or black jeans.

As they're a fairly simple shoe, we recommend amping up your accessory game—opt for chic, black, or brown sunnies, chunky jewelry and a cute mini bag. Personally, we think this style of clog pairs perfectly with the Uniqlo crossbody bag.

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team, where she covers everything from entertainment to fashion and beauty, as well as TikTok trends for Woman&Home, after previously writing for My Imperfect Life and GoodTo. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but lept into the media world in 2020, after always having a passion for writing and earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.