Did y’all know it was Friday? Hunh. How did that happen? I totally forgot all about a How To post for yesterday AND a fashion post for today. In fact, if you’d asked me this morning, I would have said it was Wednesday.
Of course, I would have also said I was still 25, so perhaps I have a bit of a problem with the concept of time.
Remember when you were little, and it seemed like FOR.EV.ER. between Christmases? Yeah, I’d like to go back to that, please.
So Tiffany has a fashion question. I’m hoping some of you can help her out because I’m not sure I came up with much.
Tiffany says: Here is my fashion question. I need some cute work shoes. I work in a hospital, so they have to be closed-toed and comfy and not slippery on the bottom (usually rubber soled). But most of my pants are hemmed to go with a higher shoe (2-1/2 inch heel or so), so I need something with a wedge or ??? I have 2 pairs that I wear over and over again, and I’m getting really tired of them.
I say: I’m sure you know about Dansko clogs. They are the quintessential nurse’s shoe. Or they were before Crocs came on the scene. Dansko clogs are AWESOME because they do give you some height, and they aren’t overly clunky. They have lots of new styles now so you don’t look like you walked out of 1998. Not that there’s anything WRONG with that…
These are cute.
And these are less cloggy.
I find mules hard to wear with pants; I hate it when my pant leg gets caught under my heel. But these are cute.
I realize none of these are particularly summery, but EVERYTHING in a wedge seems to be a sandal. And everything else with a rubbery sole is clunky and winterish.
Omigosh. How stinkin’ cute are THESE!? I know, I know, they don’t meet your criteria. BUT CUTE!
Okay. Focus, Jo-Lynne.
I was hoping Aerosoles might come through for us, but all I could find in a wedge were these. Meh.
These might be cute if it were winter.
What do YOU say? Help Tiffany out. Do you know of a comfortable, rubber-soled, closed-toed shoe with about a 2-inch heel that would be appropriate to wear with pants working in a hospital?
And also. Every. Single. Muscle in my body aches. Every last one. If you are thinking of trying the Shred, I urge you to reconsider. Or stock up on Advil.