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Hippahippahey Wed 24-Feb-16 23:51:59

So the weathers changing, I'm not going to get away with my comfy boots much longer. I usually wear cheap ballet pumps but I do a lot of walking so need something sturdier...sick of aching, wet feet.

Do I need trainers or shoes, I have no idea. Just for everyday/walking kinda thing. Any recommendations please?

Hippahippahey Wed 24-Feb-16 23:58:36

Gah should of proof read my title

StillMedusa Thu 25-Feb-16 00:03:12

In winter I live in Joseph Siebel boots... (from Clinkards) because they are SO comfy, look good etc.

Once the weather improves I slide into Skechers 'On the go' loafers. They looks nice with jeans or anything really, they are incredibly light and comfy (memory foam or something) and I am on my feet all day as I'm a TA in school... half the staff live in them so I'm not alone!

If it's really hot I wear rocket dog flip flops at home... the only ones not to rub between my toes :D

Hippahippahey Thu 25-Feb-16 13:24:41

Thanks I'll take a look, it's a relief to get home and put my slippers on.

herecomesthsun Thu 25-Feb-16 19:53:12

Heeled loafers here.

bonzo77 Thu 25-Feb-16 19:57:58

Nike air max. Birkenstocks if hot.

stumblymonkey Thu 25-Feb-16 20:11:00

If I'm doing a fair bit of walking (e.g. shopping or chores) then I have a pair of 'boat' shoes and also a pair of navy pumps.

If I'm doing less walking then lovely coral pink ballet pumps from Boden (via eBay!)

puppydogmummy Thu 25-Feb-16 21:50:43

Sketchers Al the way! Like walking with wee pillows on your feet!

ridinghighinapril Thu 25-Feb-16 21:52:07


Toffeelatteplease Thu 25-Feb-16 21:55:38

Personally I would still be wearing boots until I can go into sandals.

Once I'm into sandals I have a pair of non crocs shaped crocs sandals that are literally fantastic.

Knackeredknitter67 Thu 25-Feb-16 22:07:41

Trainers and clogs

StylishDuck Thu 25-Feb-16 22:12:36


JemimaMuddledUp Fri 26-Feb-16 08:48:51

Brogues. I have a tan pair and a navy patent pair, which go with pretty much everything.

Petal02 Fri 26-Feb-16 09:01:15

I bought these in pale pink last year, and they're available in several other colours this year. I used to struggle with shoes, I used to go from boots to sandals, til I discovered Clarks. They're really upped their game in recent years (or am I just getting old .....)?

UntilTheCowsComeHome Fri 26-Feb-16 09:12:11

I was the same op, boots were fine in the winter, cheap sandals/ballet flats in summer but I needed something better as I walked a lot.

Then I discovered Converse, I'd had cheap primark versions before but nothing were as comfy as the real thing. I don't wear anything else now.

Petal02 Fri 26-Feb-16 09:18:30

Agree that converse are fab.

cissyfuss Fri 26-Feb-16 11:57:13

Palladium boots/shoes...

(I've posted this recommendation on another thread but assure you all I do NOT work for Palladium... just like 'em!!!)

Hippahippahey Fri 26-Feb-16 20:55:05

Maybe I should have a look in clarks, in my head they are for children and the elderly but if they are doing some nicer stuff now I'll give it a go.

I have converse but only the canvas ones so no good in the rain. Anyone know if the leather ones are as comfy?

GreenGoth89 Fri 26-Feb-16 22:12:11

I have walking trainers because I have orthotics and it's almost impossible to find shoes which I can stick them in.

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