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Flat brown strappy sandals...

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PotteryLottery Tue 14-Feb-17 21:00:59

...with sole suitable for school run.

Couldn't find these last summer so starting earlier this year.

Where to look?

Hopefully Tue 14-Feb-17 21:03:14

It's February!

Having said that, I did exactly the same thing last year.

Budget?

AnyFucker Tue 14-Feb-17 21:04:53

Place marking. I need some of these.

PotteryLottery Tue 14-Feb-17 21:06:12

High St not designer £ - broad I know but I will pay for quality.

scater Tue 14-Feb-17 21:20:48

mettle do some gorgeous ones

scater Tue 14-Feb-17 21:21:13

Merrel even!

ChishandFips33 Wed 15-Feb-17 00:41:00

Have you seen anything on Google to give an idea of your style?

Office

Dune review not great though

Clarks

New Look

FenellaMaxwellsPony Wed 15-Feb-17 00:41:53

Seasalt

TheCaptainsCat Wed 15-Feb-17 01:57:30

Saltwater sandals?

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Wed 15-Feb-17 04:03:07

What sort of thing? I got some lovely kurt Geiger sandals in the sale, they are so comfy and easy to walk in but might not be to your taste. These but with tan straps. They look fucking vile in the picture but honestly are really flattering and comfy. If it wasn't four in the morning I'd put them on and take a pic!

I also love birkies and want some bali's this year.

thenewaveragebear1983 Wed 15-Feb-17 04:07:22

Art?
I have a pair that are so comfy they are like my actual feet.

shopaholic85 Wed 15-Feb-17 04:36:42

I love my tan Saltwater sandles.

Mrsknackered Wed 15-Feb-17 04:39:02

Another vote for saltwater sandals!

meeerkat Wed 15-Feb-17 05:58:06

Saltwater!

KoalaDownUnder Wed 15-Feb-17 06:07:30

Search ASOS, and refine by 'sandals', 'flat' and 'tan'.

These two are from ASOS Australia. I think this straight-across style is more current-looking than Saltwaters.

dudsville Wed 15-Feb-17 06:15:23

I always have a pair of Teva sandals. They last years. I also always have a pair of Birkenstocks but i find the shoe bed is hard on my foot if I walk at any significant pace and I develop hard calluses, so they are confined to strolls! I know saltwaters became the shoe everyone at my work had but I never thought I'd get on with the flat wide things myself.

Fakenewsday Wed 15-Feb-17 06:19:45

I've had a pair of merrells for about 10 years hat now finally need replacing

Nowwhyareyoucrying Wed 15-Feb-17 07:33:48

Birkenstocks are pretty hard wearing, and comfy.

http://www.footasylum.com/mobile/birkenstock-milano-sandal-089164/?src=froogle&gclid=Cj0KEQiA8orFBRCEpODivaOft_EBEiQAy3mlfQ3-zGPoFn3lVcHSL-AMbBHNeNJX68Gw1GQ7ZpJvxrQaAkXP8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

chipsonthebeach Wed 15-Feb-17 07:38:01

I saw these in Schuh the other day and plan to go back to try them once I've got rid of the children. www.schuh.co.uk/womens/blowfish-granola-tan-sandals/1744236260/?gclid=CMXXreXLkdICFRA8GwodttUNcw

I had a pair of ugg sandals last year. They were really comfy and straps didn't rub. They covered miles over 4 days on paris and still looked great too.

Meandyouandyouandme Wed 15-Feb-17 07:58:38

I've got the Clarks romantic moon in black, I've worn them for two summers and they still look good. I've been waiting for them to bring out a tan pair, think I'll be making a purchase today smile

SesameSparkle Wed 15-Feb-17 08:02:59

Hush puppies usually do nice flat tan sandals, but they're still only selling their winter stuff right now.

SmartyPants0 Wed 15-Feb-17 08:14:04

I've see some lovely Dr Marten sandals...

SmartyPants0 Wed 15-Feb-17 08:15:52

Or these... think I'd prefer them in brown or ox blood

PotteryLottery Thu 16-Feb-17 13:49:03

Wow - thank you for all the suggestions.

TheOffice ones look perfect except I don't like the thong bit in between the toes as I know that will rub me on the hill to school.

They don't look clumpy, which I like. I want elegant-ish straps but with a hard wearing sole...a contradiction I guess.

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