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25 Best Women’s Slippers as Comfy as the Ones From Your Favorite Hotel (2023)

Our go-to pairs from Parachute, Everlane, Frette, and more.

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Investing in a pair of cozy slippers is always a good idea. The best women's slippers are one of the most comfortable things you can slide on, and usually signal a relaxing transition in your day: You’ve come home from work and changed from flats or loafers into something more comfortable, or have arrived at a hotel or spa and wrapped yourself up in the robe and slippers hung in the closet.

For those still embracing work from home life, slippers are likely an everyday shoe, too, making it reasonable to have a comfortable pair (or two, or three) in your closet. We asked editors to share their favorite styles and looked to our go-to loungewear brands to round up 25 of the best women's slippers, including shearling-lined pairs, fuzzy options, open-toe picks, and ones that replicate your favorite hotel room slipper.

They all come highly recommended, but here are a few category standouts: 

Best overall: Ugg Tasman slippers

Ugg Tasman slippers

Headed to the airport? Reach for these easy-on, easy-off suede Uggs with a rubber sole. They're the perfect blend of durability and cozy warmth. Plus, when you are at home, these are just the thing for slipping on and off when it's time to walk the dog or get the mail. 

Colors: Chestnut and black

Material: Shearling, wool, and suede

Standout customer review: “I buy my husband a pair of these unisex Ugg slippers about once a year. He wears them all year long. They are the only slippers that hold up to his daily wear for longer than a few months. He wears them inside and outside.” —Anne

Best wool slippers: L.L.Bean Daybreak Scuffs

L.L. Bean Daybreak Scuffs

L.L.Bean fans rave about these clog-like slippers for their arch support, heel cushioning, and playful patterns, from turtles to moose to ombré forest trees. They have a fleece lining and rubber anti-slip sole, and are roomy enough to wear your coziest socks underneath in colder months, making them our top pick for cold feet.

Colors: Red, rustic blue, taupe, green, and more

Material: Wool and fleece

Standout customer review: “I have neuropathy in both feet and these are the only slippers that really help deal with the pain. The footbed is super supportive and the minute I put them on my feet feel better!” —Icheever

Best dressy slippers: Birdies The Songbird

Birdies The Songbird

This lovely pair of slippers is made to be seen, so don't hesitate to wear them out and about—or at least to the hotel bar. The satin fabric gives these an air of sophistication. Seen here in peach floral, they're available in a variety of other colorways, including a gorgeous navy flora and timeless copper color. Birdies are made with seven layers of support, so not only will your feet looking stunning, they'll also feel amazingly comfortable—which, of course, is the most important thing when considering a new pair of slippers. 

Color: Blush velvet

Material: Vegan velvet

Best slipper/shoe hybrid: Allbirds Wool Loungers

Allbirds Wool Loungers

While these are technically outdoor shoes, they are machine washable, meaning they’re easy to clean off and rewear as house shoes, and are comfortable enough to have on all day. Like many Allbirds shoes, they’re made with merino wool and have a castor bean insole to cushion your foot and minimize odor (they're meant to be worn sans socks). For those who want to feel like they're putting on a pair of shoes without sacrificing comfort, these are a good slipper-shoe hybrid.

Colors: Dapple gray, true black, calm cargo, natural white, calm taupe, hazy indigo, and natural gray

Materials: Merino wool

Standout customer review: “These are great for traveling in the cold weather. Keeps me warm and they are comfortable when I walking 20,000 steps in a day.” —Robin

Best arch support: Vionic Relax slippers

Vionic Relax Slippers

These slippers came on our radar by way of Oprah’s annual favorite things list, and are a great option if you don’t like a closed-toe slipper. The adjustable strap is nice for wide or narrow feet, and the orthotic footbed will make your feet much happier than continuing to walk around barefoot. Order them in tan, as shown, or in black, pink, or light gray.

Colors: Tan, natural leopard, pink, light gray, basil, light blue, white, and black

Material: Polyester terrycloth

Standout customer review: “These give the perfect support for me feet. They have made a huge difference when I walk around the house. No more pain or aching.” —Destiny

Most budget-friendly slippers: Halluci faux fur slippers

Halluci Faux Fur Slippers

This Amazon find is the fluffiest. It's ridiculously soft and just the right amount of over-the-top, yet still practical—the shoe has a thick memory foam insole that retains its shape even after daily wear. 

Colors: Grey, beige, pink, leopard, camel, and dark green

Material: Fleece and memory foam

Standout customer review: “Best slipper to run around the house in. Cushy and supportive for my plantar fasciitis.” —Carey

Best open-toe slippers: Dearfoams Fireside shearling slides 

Dearfoams fireside shearling slide with metallic trim

Slide slippers are not all created equal, as evidenced by these super plush slides with a metallic trim. This luxury slipper keeps your feet dry and cool, thanks to its moisture-wicking and temperature-regulating design. They have a slip-resistant outer sole, too. 

Colors: Black, navy, gray, leopard, dusty pink, eventide, paradise pink, driftwood, and natural

Material: Australian shearling

Standout customer review: "Very soft, comfortable, and supportive. I can machine wash it. This is a long-lasting piece. Not easy to wear and tear at all." —Brea

Best spa slippers: St. Helena spa slippers

St. Helena spa slippers

For a hotel-style slipper, opt for these absorbent waffle weave slippers. You can throw them in the washing machine, so they'll always be fresh and crisp. Pair them with a hotel robe and channel all the vacation vibes. 

Colors: White

Material: Turkish cotton

More slippers we recommend:

Ugg Coquette Slipper

Ugg slippers are hard to resist, and this classic slip-on style is no exception. They are comfy and durable, warm without causing overheating, and easily double as outdoor slippers. 

Colors: Gray, black, and chestnut 

Material: Sheepskin and suede

Standout customer review: “My granddaughter will wear these out and about just the way she does her Birkenstock sandals everywhere. She loves them!” —Ruth

Parachute Soft Rib Slippers

Condé Nast Traveler editors are big fans of Parachute in general. The California-based brand's pajamas, loungewear, and robes are equal parts comfy and stylish, and we can't resist its slippers, either. The ultra-soft, open-toe gems make for an ideal summer vacation slipper, since they are lightweight and take up minimal suitcase space. They also have a rubber sole for grippage, are made with a cushiony, breathable cotton terry fabric, and can be tossed in the laundry machine to clean. Did we mention there's a matching robe

Color: White

Materials: Cotton terry cloth

Standout customer review: “Can’t live without these slippers. Comfortable, soft, thick memory foam, and have held up through the washing machine.” —Corey

Lands' End Suede Leather Moccasin Slippers

The classic moccasin style gets a fresh look with this navy hue. With faux fur and a foam footbed, your feet will reach new levels of comfort. A rubber, skid-resistant sole makes these slippers suitable for outdoor wear, too, so you can trod down to the hotel lobby or out to your Airbnb's backyard without missing a beat.

Colors: English tan, cloudy blue, frosty gray, and washed pink

Material: Suede and faux fur lining

Standout customer review: “Warm and comfortable fit. Love the hard rubber outsole which allows me to step outside without having to switch shoes.” — Pat

Madewell Chambray Crisscross Scuff Slippers

These cute slippers are made for lounging, whether you're tucked up on the couch or sprawled out poolside. The chambray hue gives them a unique touch that makes them stand out in a sea of fuzzy slides. While they are true slippers, they're durable enough to wear out and about, as well. 

Color: Indigo

Materials: Chambray

Standout customer review: "These are the kind of slippers that you think about all day and can’t wait to put on the second you get home! They’re super cute and very comfortable!" —Nicki

Parachute Classic Turkish Cotton Slipper

Another top contender for the best women's slippers are these Turkish cotton slippers from Parachute. The high-quality, comfortable slippers are as soft as a terry cloth towel and can be tossed in the laundry machine to clean.

Colors: White, blush, mineral, stone, and dusk

Materials: Turkish cotton terry cloth

Standout customer review: “I use these with the matching robe to go back and forth between our hot tub and inside during the winter. Perfect because they are absorbent and then I don't need to use a towel every time. Lots of cushion and a durable sole.” —Allison

Ugg Dakota Slippers

“I’ve owned these Ugg moccasin slippers for at least a decade, and they’re still in good shape. They’re my winter slipper, lined with the same Ugg fleece as is inside their boots, but are a much less bulky shoe. The bottom has grips and a thick sole, so while I try to keep them indoor shoes, they’ll make it through a trip to the mailbox or around the corner with no problem, and are plenty supportive for wearing throughout the day.” Madison Flager, senior commerce editor

Colors: Pewter, black, and chestnut

Materials: Suede, wool, and lyocell

Ugg Fluff Yeah genuine shearling slide

“I am obsessed with my Fluff Yeah slides from Ugg; if I could get them in every color, I would. It’s a combination of a slipper and a sandal turned into a cozy, fuzzy slide. The soft sheepskin covering keeps my feet super warm (which is a must for me; my floors are always cold). It has a lightweight platform that doesn’t hurt to stand in and an elastic band in the back to keep my feet secured. I also love how stylish they are compared to the traditional slipper. The best part? They are made for indoor and outdoor use, so I get to wear them everywhere. These slides pair very well with jeans and color-coordinated tops.” Shauna Beni, Teen Vogue's commerce editor (and a former Traveler editor)

Colors: Charcoal, black, natural, stormy gray panther, mussel shell, zebra, purple sky, hazard orange, samba red, burnt olive, and more

Material: Sheepskin, lyocell, and upcycled wool

Parachute Booties

If you're looking for a bootie-style slipper, this toasty pick (also from Parachute) is worth considering. Made of 100 percent polyester Sherpa, it's as close to sticking your foot into a cloud as you can get, and the best thing to slip into on a cold night or a long day of sightseeing. If you're between sizes, size up, as these tend to run small. 

Color: White

Materials: Sherpa

Standout customer review: “So cozy and comfortable. And they don't make any noise when I walk because they have a soft sole. Dream home booties!” —Ling

Dearfoams chenille memory foam slippers

These ultra-comfortable, non-slip chenille house slippers feature memory foam soles infused with temperature-regulating tech that keeps sweaty feet at bay. 

Colors: Dusty pink, aubergine, dusty pink, and sleet

Material: Chenille and memory foam

Standout customer review: “Very comfortable, soft, substantial slipper. They have a hard sole so perfect to take the trash out…run to the grocery store, and it doesn’t matter if you forgot you have your slippers on!” —Nancy

KonMari Sasawashi Slippers

“I picked these up during a stay at Shou Sugi Ban House in the Hamptons (their gift wall is phenomenal); every time I slip into them I get a teeny little spark of happiness. The best part is that the subtle Japanese design is airy and light, with slightly raised edges behind the ankle, means they slip on comfortably, but don't risk slipping off, which is great for someone spending 10 hours a day in them.” Erin Florio, executive editor

Color: Beige

Material: Sasawashi fabric and polyester 

Australia Luxe Collective muchas luxe faux fur slide sandal

If you want to elevate your stay-at-home loungewear, these extra fluffy slippers are here to answer the call. The leather slip-ons feature extra fluffy faux fur that looks luxurious and feels divine. 

Colors: Black, pink, sand, bronze, gold, silver, gray, chestnut, and more

Material: Faux fur and leather

Standout customer review: “Such quality! I get compliments all the time. I bought the black for me and the gold for my sister. She loves it.” —Diane

Rothy's The Merino slippers

"I adore this pair of moccasins with the coziest sherpa lining from Rothy's. These give a lot more support than any pair of slippers I've worn in the past, but still feel lightweight and ultra-soft. The durable soles make them safe to wear inside and outside, so I like to pack them in the shoe compartment of my weekender bag on quick trips, too. Something I love about Rothy's—besides how comfy its shoes are—is the brand's commitment to sustainability: Four recycled plastic bottles were used to make these slippers and they aim to have a zero-waste production process." —Meaghan Kenny, associate commerce editor

Colors: Birch tan and glacier gray

Materials: Sherpa lining and premium merino wool

Chloé Woody shearling-lined suede slippers

Chloé's take on fuzzy slippers is a sophisticated, suede affair, with sheepskin lining and a logo-print canvas trim. They also have an ergonomic sole, making them a solid choice for anyone prone to foot pain.

Color: Beige

Material: Suede and shearling

Frette Slippers

“I'm chuckling as I type this, but I don't have a single slipper brand that I'm loyal to. Rather, I have a rotation of disposable pairs that I've lifted from hotel rooms over the years. Often, I'll grab both of the two pairs that a hotel leaves out for guests in a double, and bring them home with me; I'll then use a pair until I need to change them out, which is usually about every three months. The best part is, wearing them makes me feel just a little like I'm always staying at a hotel—from The Setai Galilee to the Four Seasons Philadelphia (and I can't forget the Frette slippers from my sailing on the Celebrity Edge—the Ritz Carlton shop carries a similar pair!).” Betsy Blumenthal, features and franchises editor

Color: White

Material: Polyester velour

Minnetonka Olivia spa sandals

Flip flops meet slippers in this wear-all-day, versatile footwear. They're made of soft terry cloth and have a memory foam insole that gives cloud-like cushion with every step. Throw these in your suitcase to wear around your hotel room and down to the pool. 

Colors: Black, misty blue, and cream 

Material: Terry cloth and memory foam

Standout customer review: “After a day of dancing and/or walking three miles, putting my feet in these feels like laying them on a cotton cloud. They are soft, comfortable, fit perfectly, and don’t clump under my feet and irritate them. And they feel light as a feather.” —Marje

Pearl River Satin Slippers

“For the past 10 or so years I’ve gotten a pair of fancy slippers from Pearl River Mart. They’re more like house slippers than cozy slippers; the sole is super thin, almost like plastic, but with little grips so you don’t slip. They’re my fancy house shoes; I wear them all the time, even for dinner parties. I highly recommend.” Lauren DeCarlo, former special projects director

Colors: Black, turquoise, and pink

Material: Satin

Lands' End fuzzy shearling open toe house slippers

Rounding out our list of the best slippers for women are these crisscross, open-toe slippers. Pair with leggings and an oversized sweater and you've got the ultimate cozy weekend getaway uniform.

Colors: Muted blue, dark gray, and natural

Materials: Shearling

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