Are these shoes frumpy?

(16 Posts)
FlappyRose Fri 29-Apr-16 22:28:22

I'm looking for some comfortable shoes, mainly for work. What do you think? OK or horribly frumpy?

BiftasWifta Fri 29-Apr-16 22:30:16

What would you wear them with? Ankle length tailored/straight leg black trousers and an oversized blouse/shirt would be lovely.

JewryMember Fri 29-Apr-16 22:31:43

Even Ann Widdecombe would find these frumpy.

FlappyRose Fri 29-Apr-16 22:35:50

Thanks, I was thinking slim ankle length trousers. I don't want to look like Ann Widdecombe though (or worse!).

ALaughAMinute Fri 29-Apr-16 22:42:28

Might be better in brighter colour.

Nettletheelf Fri 29-Apr-16 23:37:54

Don't buy them. Barbara Woodhouse would have worn those.

ScarletForYa Fri 29-Apr-16 23:39:43

They're hideous, sorry OP.

LanaorAna1 Fri 29-Apr-16 23:42:50

I think they're preppie ie but the colour says Frinton in a carcoat. Black would be a lot better. Gold would work properly.

fiorentina Fri 29-Apr-16 23:48:52

I think they are but depends how you wore them. If you like then go for it!

silvermantela Fri 29-Apr-16 23:49:31

Posters saying they are frumpy are a bit out of touch. I'm 27 and work in a professional environment - lots of my colleagues from 20s to 50s wear loafers of different styles and colours including similar ones to those posted both in office and out for drinks after work and look smart. If you're wearing them with slim flit trousers or jeans, and bare feet they're fine, only if with frilly dresses and baggy tights then maybe a bit frumpy!

gingerboy1912 Fri 29-Apr-16 23:56:47

They are frumpy don't buy them.

Floisme Sat 30-Apr-16 00:35:43

I like them.

MitzyLeFrouf Sat 30-Apr-16 00:50:07

Oh I love a tasselled loafer!

cissyfuss Sat 30-Apr-16 01:08:50

Frumpy in tan.... better in white, silver, primary colour...

PrimalLass Sat 30-Apr-16 01:11:45

Not frumpy - they are everywhere just now.

MitzyLeFrouf Sat 30-Apr-16 01:25:22

Oh no not white!

I love them in tan.

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