Comfy black heels help!!

(10 Posts)
Lolimax Sun 09-Oct-16 17:11:08

I'm looking for a pair of black court shoes that I can wear for both work and with skinny trousers out. I'm struggling as I'd like them to be comfortable. Has anyone got any suggestions please?

Hoppinggreen Sun 09-Oct-16 17:11:52

I have a pair of suede wedges from Gabor.
Not cheap but really comfy

Imsickofnamechanging Sun 09-Oct-16 17:15:39

I got my comfy black heels from TKMaxx. They sometimes have a range by BCBGeneration, well padded not too high, soft heels. I've got two pairs from them but they don't always have them, but definitely worth a check.

Fantome Sun 09-Oct-16 18:39:52

Sorry if it's hijacking a thread but if anyone can tell me if there are such things as comfy stilettos I would be rather grateful. I find black heels go with so many of my outfits, but am yet to find any which don't hurt a fair bit!

80sWaistcoat Sun 09-Oct-16 18:43:33

I fins clarks quite good, especially the ones with a strap round the ankle.

plimsolls Sun 09-Oct-16 18:45:11

M&S!! I've got several pairs of heels from there - they are stylish, I promise. I think they have some ranges that are designed to be more comfortable. I have very low pain tolerance for heels but can manage in my m&s ones. Clarks also have comfortable heels although I think you have to be cautious. Some are not so great, style-wise.

ontherightpath Sun 09-Oct-16 19:24:15

I second M&S. I have these, they're very comfy and don't hurt even after a 30 min walk to and from work and an 8 hour day in-between:

www.marksandspencer.com/almond-toe-court-shoes-with-insolia/p/p22471389?image=SD_01_T02_1225W_Y1_X_EC_90&color=BLACKPATENT&prevPage=srp&pdpredirect

LK bennett do some comfy courts too. I have these and totally love them www.lkbennett.com/Collections/Shoes/Sash-Patent-Courts/p/SCSASHPATENTRedTruffle?show=All They do similar ones in black.

I find round toes are generally best, the pointy ones nip my toes before I even get to work. Also 7-8cm is the max height for comfort in my experience.

Lolimax Sun 09-Oct-16 19:24:34

I think M&S might be the affordable option. There's a pair with a strange block heel I can't tell if I love or hate. I'll link them now can you all have a look at them for me?

Lolimax Sun 09-Oct-16 19:25:46

www.marksandspencer.com/?&mcptredirect
These ones.

Lolimax Sun 09-Oct-16 19:28:12

It's not letting me but they have a flared heel.

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