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I need flat, uber comfy, everyday shoes to wear while I'm pregnant - I've trashed my last pair.I'm a 23 weeks pg SAHM, I live in jeans and the like...The choice is between..http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dr-Martens-Womens-13071430-Regular/dp/B001U3XW10/ref=sr16?ie= UTF8&s=apparel&qid=1253520718&sr=1-6In BlueOr, and more expensive (and we are on a budget)http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dr-Martens-Womens-5026-Mary/dp/B001H54P0I/ref=pdcp_ap_1imgI n Lilac (pink not available in my size...)I love Dr Marten's shoes -they are indestructable and very comfy
Sorry, links are crap..In BlueorIn Lilac
i vote against both options, sorry
I prefer the "emily" style (in red).
Eeek they're both horrible! Like something a 4 year old would have worn in the 70's/Any of these following options would be better and that's just sticking to the same site!would look good with jeansthese in the redthese are much nicer
Oh and have you considered Converse?They are so comfortable and look great! I wore them all through my pregnancy and am still in them every day!Some morethese are fab but too £ maybe?bit cheaper and love the colourthese are pretty and a bargain!just found them in blue and they're even cheaper! [if you're a 4 or a 5)
Love the purple hush puppy ones Bunny (sorry just being nosey).
both OPs links are hideous-sorrylook like kids shoes
agree with ggirl - sorry!
For comfort Bathsheba would you prefer something with a thicker sole, I do not like the style of the two you linked to. thes?or these?
Hmm, thanks everyone - seems I need a total rethink as the shoes I say as "long lasting and practical" have been rebranded as "fugly"...
lol got more than you asked for there! i think you should get the second pair.
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