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PopMusic Fri 29-Mar-13 08:44:09

Being a bit optimistic here but I have started thinking about my summer work shoes. I am a teacher and the school I currently work at has dress codes including footwear restrictions. I am not allowed to wear open-toed shoes so my usual pretty, practical sandals are a no-no.

I like to wear skirts, dresses/dresses over leggings more than trousers, but need something that would work with all. I am thinking about the hottest days here. They need to be flat/flattish and very comfortable because I am on my feet a lot. Any ideas?

PopMusic Fri 29-Mar-13 08:48:56

Oops I forgot to say budget: am on a really tight budget but willing to go up to £50 for the right shoes (although it will cause a lot of pain).

ellesabe Fri 29-Mar-13 09:56:47

I think some sort of pump might be your best bet...

Would these be smart enough?

Would these be comfy enough?

TheCraicDealer Fri 29-Mar-13 10:17:14

What about these closed toe espadrilles from Topshop? Heel low enough to give you a bit of height but still be comfy, and open at the side for coolness in the "heat"!

Arcadia Fri 29-Mar-13 16:06:22

I bought these for work and they are great, really good value leather shoes for the price, and really comfortable. Get compliments about them.

Arcadia Fri 29-Mar-13 16:06:43

HedgeHogGroup Fri 29-Mar-13 17:28:28

I'm getting these clarks ... when it continues to be cold & Clarks slash their price wink

landofsoapandglory Fri 29-Mar-13 17:32:10

I've got these from Clarks. They're still in the box awaiting the sunshine!

DD1 has got the loafers from Clarks, in tan. They look nice with opaques and a mini skirt too.

PopMusic Mon 01-Apr-13 09:19:39

Thanks for the suggestions, everyone.

Ellesabe, the first one is a bit casual - everyone dresses quite smartly at school. The second looks a bit hot!

Thecraicdealer, those top shop ones are lovely. I will definitely see if I can find them in the shops and try them on for comfort. Thank you.

Arcadia, they look lovely, but maybe a bit hot for the hot hot days.

Hedgehoggroup, I like these a lot and had a look at them in the local clarks store. They seem very comfy, so am leaning towards these. Thank you.

Landof and Remus, I really don't like loafers, but thank you.

tri10 Mon 01-Apr-13 11:06:51

I have bought these they are really comfy I normally wouldn't spend above £30 on pumps but are not normally very comfy for standing all day.

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