No Souk For You?

No problem. These Moroccan slippers are right at your fingertips.

When Phoebe Philo picks a shoe, the fashion world takes note. The Birkenstocks you saw everywhere for the past two summers, and the Stan Smiths you've seen everywhere since? The popularity of both is thanks in no small part to her (the sneakers because she personally took a liking to them). When she embraces a new shoe style for two Céline collections—resort and spring/summer 2016—people pay attention. Now she has anointed the Moroccan babouche—the super flat, typically pointed slipper traditionally found all over the souks—as her latest bet. We've got a pretty good idea that you'll be seeing more of these. They're really easy to wear, after all: just slide on and go.

Stroll through your own personal souk, below!

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Graphic

Check, please! Or stripe. Or swirl. These shoes are statement-makers.

Decorative Babouche Slippers in Coral by Bohemia, $55, wolfandbadger.com.
Leather Amina Patch Babouche Slippers, $650, acnestudios.com.
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Pale

Keep it light in ivory, cream, or just the right shade of pink.

Babouche Slides, $62, needsupply.com.

Sansa Floral-Embroidered Velvet Flat, $110, jeffreycampbellshoes.com.

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Step-Down in Bianco, $550, alumnae.nyc.

Embellished

A little something extra—whether it's a pom-pom, sequins, embroidery or a buckle—goes a long way.

Moroccan Babouche Sequin Slippers in Mustard, $38, bohemiadesign.com.

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Janelle Women's Leather Loafer in Bone, $650, bally.com.

Pom-Pom Babouche Slippers, $62, mavencollection.com.

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Animalia

Leopards, ponies, and fawns! Not quite lions, tigers, and bears, but they look great on feet just the same.

Leopard-Print Pony Hair Babouche Slippers, $95, shoplatitude.com.

Fawn Babouche by Brother Vellies, $625, accompanyus.com.

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