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Comfortable loafers

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BloomedAgain Thu 30-Jul-20 20:53:16

My style has changed due to illness and as I can't wear heels any more I'd like some black loafers (Gucci horsebit style rather than penny loafers) but with some support/cushioning. Can anyone recommend some? Happy to have leather or suede.
I don't have particular foot problems but would like to be as comfortable as possible (and have knee pain). Gucci style loafers/moccasins might
sharpen up my usual tailored trousers.

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ChinookPilotsGoVertical Thu 30-Jul-20 21:41:48

Bass Weejuns?

Imtoooldforallthis Thu 30-Jul-20 21:50:32

Ralph lauren

BloomedAgain Tue 04-Aug-20 19:38:20

Thank you. I'll have a look at those though due to my mobility issues luxury brands might be wasted on me as the heels may end up scuffed quite quickly (otherwise I'd invest in Gucci horsebit loafers). I've had a look for comfort sole types and come up with these

Does anyone have any idea if these snaffle loafers would be comfortable/nice:



John Lewis

Charles Clinkard

Carvela Comfort

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nitgel Tue 04-Aug-20 19:40:22

Dune guilt are super soft

nitgel Tue 04-Aug-20 19:49:52

BloomedAgain Tue 04-Aug-20 19:50:48

Thanks @Nitgel they look great. Will see if I can find them in stock.

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BloomedAgain Tue 04-Aug-20 19:53:26

Ooh thanks for link. I was looking at an older out of stock version. I think I'll try them.

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nitgel Tue 04-Aug-20 19:59:28

I have about 4 pairs red, black, straw, baby blue and also the mules. They're very comfy

BloomedAgain Tue 04-Aug-20 20:14:41

I'm thinking of some lighter ones to wear for what's left of the summer too.

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