At Chloé, suffering for fashion has always been passe. With that, it makes good sense that the house's most popular shoes these days are a ubiquitous cuban-heel Western boot, simple scalloped ballet flat and a metal-bar shower sandal from the resort line. For her fall '14 offering, designer Clare Waight Keller had a new sensible proposition: the fluffy Mary Jane. Crafted inside and out with plush shearling and a band of lamb's fur around the ankle, these high-vamp heels present ease with the house's signature élan. And while the shoes made a lot of sense when paired with the collection's enveloping coats, they also cleaned up nicely with dressier fare.