Best kids' slippers 2023: 19 of the cosiest options

A collage of the Best Kids' Slippers
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Keep little toes toasty with our edit of the kids' best slippers, whatever the weather.

Snuggling up with a pair of slippers, some kids' pyjamas (opens in new tab) and a cosy kids' dressing gown (opens in new tab) is the perfect way for youngsters to hit sleep mode after a busy day of play. For active younger kids, it's important to choose a pair of slippers that'll suit their needs. A Velcro strap will be more secure and will help to keep them more steady on their feet. Older children are more likely to want to choose a fun pair that suits their style and that'll be easy to throw on as soon as they get in the house.

Best kids' slippers 2023:

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If you have wooden floors, look out for kids' slippers with a rubber sole to help prevent any slips. This will also help protect little feet from stubbed toes and stepping on Lego (ouch).

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Turtl Kids Slipper Socks, £25 - Kidly (opens in new tab)

Sizes: Infant 7 -12 

These clever slippers are just the thing to stop your little one from slipping, whilst maintaining the benefits of being barefoot. 

Available in fun colours- coral, pink, aqua and black- and suitable for indoors and out, these also boast amazing eco credentials. The slippers are created out of yarn which is made from recycled plastic bottles and harvested algae biomass (but can still be machine washed!) - not that you'd realise, because they also look exceptionally cute on little feet. 


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Kid's Star Slipper Boots, from £8.80 - Marks & Spencer (opens in new tab)

Size: 4 Small - 7 Large

These cute and cosy slipper boots are guaranteed to keep toes warm, with an all over star print and fleecey insides they're super inviting for small feet.

You can also keep your conscience clear, as Marks & Spencer ensure they are made from at least 30% recycled material.


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Orange Fox Slippers, from £7.50 - Tu at Sainsburys (opens in new tab)

Size: Infant 6-9

These adorable little foxes have velcro fastenings to keep them on little feet, and appropriately grippy soles. Complete with fluffy fox ears, eyes and noses, these are slippers your little one won't want to slip off.


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Snuggle Lilac Suede Unicorn Slip-on Slippers, £25 - Start Rite (opens in new tab)

Size: Eu 24 - 36

These moccasin-style, unicorn slippers have a super toasty faux-fur lining and a soft, purple suede upper offering extra, barefoot comfort for little toes. Lightweight, flexible soles also offer natural, healthy movement for growing feet.


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Bear Slippers, £24 - The White Company (opens in new tab)

Size: 4/5 Infant - 3/4 Junior

These classic navy slippers are adorned with a beautiful bear on one slipper and moon and stars -which glow in the dark- on the other. A sumptuous, faux-fur lining keeps little feet snuggly and faux-suede soles with star ‘puff’ grips prevent slips on carpet, laminate or wooden flooring.


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Spiderman Soft Slippers, £12.99 - H&M (opens in new tab)

Size: 7/8 Infant - 2/3 Junior

For Spiderman fans, these bold slippers are ideal. Made with appliquéd velour, they are superbly soft, have elasticated openings to make sure they don't slip off too easily and anti-slip dot soles.


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Kids' Felt Boot Slippers, Grey, £16 - £18 - John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Size: 5 (Infant) - 1

Thanks to the inner faux fur lining, and boot design, these felted grey slippers will keep feet warm without being bulky. Complete with giant pom-poms, they are a modern classic that don't scrimp on design in favour of function. 


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Sesame Street Touch Fastening Cupsole Slippers, from £13 - Next (opens in new tab)

Size: Infant 3 - 12

With these vibrant Sesame Street slippers, you get one happy red Elmo, and a Cookie-Monster blue slipper. They have velcro fastenings to make sure they are secure on little feet, and a sole designed to support little toes.


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Pile Slippers, £22 - Arket (opens in new tab)

Size: 26/27 - 34/35

If bold and brash isn't your style, these unpretentious pile-fabric slippers may be the ones. They have a soft sole, cotton lining - so won't make for sweaty toes! - and an elasticated heel strap to help keep them in place.


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Kids’ Spot Pom Pom Slippers, £10.40 - Marks & Spencer (opens in new tab)

Size: 13 - 6

For the more 'grown-up' slipper-wearer, who doesn't want to miss out on the good footwear, these ballerina shaped slippers have both sophistication and fun; pink, polka dots and pom-poms. 


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Zog Slipper Felt Mules, £16.95 - Joules (opens in new tab)

Size: 8 Infant - 4

These Zog slippers from the well-loved book, and animation, are lively mule slippers with soft faux fir lining, appliqué character details and even feature some of the story quoted on the soles. 


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Fluffy Slide Kid Khaki, £12 - Clarks (opens in new tab)

Size: 10 - 13 

These classy green slippers are like sleeping bags for your feet. With padded uppers encased in a cheery leopard print pattern and gripped textile sole they will keep feet toasty and are easily slipped off when it's time to put outdoor shoes on. 


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Blue Fairies, Mary Jane Slippers, £11.40 - Boden (opens in new tab)

Size: 32 - 36

These enchanting fairy slippers, in classic Mary Jane shape have velcro fastenings and cosy polyester lining. The cotton twill soles are non-slip so these are practical as well as delightful. 


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Tazz, £70 - UGG (opens in new tab)

Size: 12 - 3

A classic UGG slipper, in chestnut brown with a red binding around the ankle and the signature wool blend. These are guaranteed to keep feet warm and if you want a matching pair, there is also an adult version available.


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Mustard Zebra Baby Slippers, £12 - JoJo Maman Bébé (opens in new tab)

Size: 0-3 months - 12-18 months

These precious striped booties will keep tiny toes toasty, and are suitable even if your little one has just started walking. They are made from soft, breathable cotton and adorned with a pair of charming Zebras.


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Hatley Kids' Rainbow Dreams Slipper Boots, £17 - John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Size: 5 Infant - 2

These rainbow patterned boots have a cosy fleece lining and a suede sole, so they will keep feet cosy while giving off happy vibes. A classic navy colour, they would suit any childrens' feet.


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Mickey Mouse Quilted print-motif slippers, £12.99 - H&M (opens in new tab)

Size: 2-6

Disney fans will adore these Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck slippers. Quilted and faux fir lined, with fluted soles, these are sensibly designed slippers with a contemporary Disney twist.


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Fairisle Slipper Boots, £14.70 - Boden (opens in new tab)

Size: 27- 33

The fairisle design on these slippers somehow makes them more cosy. As well as being visually appealing, they are a mix of acrylic and wool, with polyester lining and a cotton twill sole so are a practical choice too- they even have a star design hidden on the sole, which makes it even more fun to put your feet up!


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Dream Bridge Kids Sherpa Fleece Slippers with Anti-Slip Sole, £11.99 - Amazon (opens in new tab)

Size: 4 Infant - 11.5 Infant

Available in a range of colours, these little slippers have extremely flexible and anti-slip soles, a warm, cushioned insole and warm plush upper, so little feet will be safe and warm padding about the house on cold winter days.


Which kids' slippers will last the longest?

Kids tend to grow out of everything pretty quickly so affordable slipper options are perfect. The thing is, though, they will most likely be worn daily so you'll want to buy a pair that they'll get the use out of. Look to longer-lasting materials such as real leather as these tend to last longer. If they're not worn that much outside (unless they have a rubber grip sole) they should last until kids' feet grow out of them.

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