The 10 Best slippers

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Don’t turn the heating up – pop on a pair of slippers and keep your feet warmer than toast this winter

1. White Company

£30, thewhitecompany.com

You'll feel as though you're walking on a cloud in these suede slippers. They are machine-washable and come in three colours.

2. John Lewis

£25, johnlewis.com

Soft and cosy on the inside and wintry-themed on the outside, these slippers are just what you need as the nights draw in.

3. UGG

£70, uggaustralia.co.uk

With a leather upper and sheepskin lining, these classics are great for men who like to slip in and out of their slippers.

4. The North Face

£45, cotswoldoutdoor.com

These streamlined slip-ons for men are stuffed with down insulation to keep toes warm in even the iciest of temperatures.

5. Next

£12, next.co.uk

Made to look like yeti feet, these extremely comfy children's slippers from Next are are fun as well as snuggly.

6. Just Sheepskin

£70, justsheepskin.com

The Harpley, which is available in beige, brown or navy, has a slip-resistant sole and it's made using 100 per cent pure sheepskin.

7. White Stuff

£19.95, whitestuff.com

These woollen ballerina slippers for women are both very pretty, with a pleasant hearts-and-stripes pattern, and snug as you like.

8. Dear Zoo

£6.50, sainsburys.co.uk

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the children's book Dear Zoo, TU at Sainsbury's has brought out these slippers.

9. Rocket Dog

£26.99, surfdome.com

No need for your ankles to suffer the cold with these fabulous striped booties, complete with fur pompons and fake-fur lining.

10. Marks & Spencer

£15, marksandspencer.com

These classic cable-knit mules with faux-fur innards are comfortable and they keep their shape, so your feet stay toasty for longer.

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