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I’m on my feet for hours at work. ALL of my shoes leave my feet hurting before the end of the day.

Any suggestions for comfortable, closed-toe and closed-heel, shoes? Cute would be nice, too!

Thanks!

posted about 8 years ago
thegreatbernsby
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thegreatbernsby

What’s right for you is completely dependant on your foot type.I’m not just talking wide or narrow. You should find out if you over-pronate at all. If you do, a simple insert can sometimes help make a big difference in your foot alignment which will releave pressure and pain through out your feet and the rest of your body too (especially in your back). A lot of running stores can help with this, or see a chiroptactor/podiatrist. Try a running store first -Even if you’re not int he market for shoes to run in, you can sometimes get free gait analysis and pointers on inserts. The latter two will usually try to get you to buy custom orthotics ($$$).

posted about 8 years ago
 
tightsandtea
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tightsandtea

I would definitely go for flats or wedges, for comfort. when you get new shoes you always have to break them in, but after that they’re usually super comfortable. lol my friend said about her flats, “once the blisters go away they’re fine!”.

posted about 8 years ago
 
JanelleEfe
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JanelleEfe

It might not be for everyone, but I love my keds….my feet are never sore. Also, minnetonka moccasins (NOT appropriate for work, but good for at home and everything else) are super comfy.

posted about 8 years ago
 
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You know, I’ve been considering Keds. What kind do you have?

Also, thanks you to those who’ve responded so far!

posted about 8 years ago
 
heartandsole95
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heartandsole95

TOMS are amazing, I have like 4 pairs and wear them all so much because theyre so comfy and versatile, and I also love Minnetonka moccasins. I have a tall pair of fringey Minetonkas and a shorter lace up pair with fringe, and both are very versatile and comfy!

posted about 8 years ago
 
illq
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illq

Well if you’re constantly on your feet, I recommend wear flats. I’ve heard that TOMS are super comfortable as well.

posted about 8 years ago
 
jcpenney2
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jcpenney2

A good pair of flats is a great way to stay comfortable and stylish. Try this pair for a casual look or a sparkly pair for dressier days.

posted about 8 years ago
 
thesimpletheory
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thesimpletheory

i’m not exactly sure where you work, but my work considers keds, toms, and some other shoes not appropriate unless it’s a casual work day. hands down best option are flats for me. if there isn’t enough cushion, i usually add those gel insoles to them. a low heel (1inch-2inch) are also pretty good because your feet arch that way when you walk. wedges are also good too but be careful not to get heavy ones.

posted about 8 years ago
 
ANNAFRYS
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ANNAFRYS

FLATS WEDGES

posted about 8 years ago
 
ScarletFury
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ScarletFury

I am all about comfort! I have found that Aerosoles are really comfortable. They have tons of heels and wedges that are very stylish and I can be on my feet all day.

posted about 8 years ago
 
ttttiffanieex33
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ttttiffanieex33

I’d have to say Vans or Keds. Or you can buy some squishy pads for your feet at a local drugstore.

posted about 8 years ago
 
Caramelatte
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Caramelatte

I recently bought some “insolia” insoles for my high heels.. apparently they’re meant to take the weight off the ball of your foot and redistribute the weight more evenly. I bought them off ebay, so when they actually arrive I’ll let you know if it helps. If it does, maybe you could get away with wearing pain-free cute kitten heel shoes at work!

posted about 8 years ago
 
livisfat
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livisfat

TOMS are so comfy!! The toe area can kind of wear after a while but I agree with everyone who has said toms. I have two pairs and find them the perfect shoe for school.

posted about 8 years ago
 
Kimigazelle
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Kimigazelle

TOMS, Converse, or dearfoams. All pretty comfy

posted about 8 years ago
 
amorphous_face
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amorphous_face

I don’t think Vans or Keds are comfortable as they don’t have any arch support. What about Hush Puppies. They have some decent looking and sort of trendy but not super cool looking shoes.

posted almost 7 years ago
 
kelseykelsey
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kelseykelsey

TOMS TOMS TOMS TOMS TOMS TOMS TOMS! :) If you don’t have to wear fancy shoes for work like me!

posted almost 7 years ago
 
FakeBlikeu
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FakeBlikeu

I think a pair of snickers would be comfortable or some sandals.

posted almost 7 years ago
 
Blessedwithmusic
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Blessedwithm...

I know that Blowfish Shoes are super comfortable, and they usually have a range of styles for everyone (flats, boots, wedges, etc.) and all occassions.

posted over 6 years ago
 
FakeBlikeu
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FakeBlikeu

Flats or sneakers are the best for me!

posted over 6 years ago
 
anhngo
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Sneakers from Vans are always the best if you want something comfortable ;-)

posted over 6 years ago
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