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The Swedish Clog Craze Gets Authentic at East Hampton's Maidstone

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Today in "butter shoes" news: East Hampton hotel c/o The Maidstone was recently purchased and renovated by a Swedish company who is bringing a taste of the Scandinavian countryside to each of the hotel's rooms with authentic, hand-painted clogs.

Clogs are traditionally left at the entries of country homes in the motherland so street shoes need not come inside. They serve a similar purpose at c/o The Maidstone where each room comes equipped with pairs for relaxin' Swede-style. Hand-made by Falsterbo—Sweden's top clog-makers—each pair is decorated by hand with East Hampton's famous swans (the hotel overlooks their home-pond).

Guests who fall in love with their clogs can purchase a pair to take home—they're $125 a pair or $115 for children's sizes. Find them in the hotel's Swede Shop along with other wearable Scandinavian goodies by Palmgrens, Ceannis and Mrs. Murphy.
· Foot Locker Coins Term "Butter Shoes" for Girls Who Wear Clogs [RNA]
· c/o The Maidstone [Official Site]

c/o The Maidstone

207 Main St., East Hampton, NY