Tuesday, May 15, 2012

This or That... Walking Shoes

Tom's Mint, Tom's Navy, Sperry Topsider Brown, Sperry Topsider Rose Gold, Chuck Taylor Unbleached White, Chuck Taylor Bright Flamingo.
In preparation for an upcoming trip this summer that will definitely include lots of walking, I've started to think about my footwear options. I've also come to terms with the fact that it is probably somewhat impractical to think I'll be gallivanting around Europe in sky Louboutins or even somewhat more practical ballet flats.  Read more after the jump...

Looking in my closet I have an assortment of 3"+ heels, a smattering of ballet flats, and then of course a ridiculous number of soccer cleats and running shoes, not exactly conducive to cute, but comfortable sightseeing.  The above three shoe choices are what I've come up with that will both be stylish, comfortable, and practical.  The color options are just icing on the cake. Which ones would you pick?



  1. For Paris, I'd definitely go with Chucks or Toms! I love the white ones for summer.

  2. I go for the chucks! I love mine. I got a pair of the slip ons and they are super comfortable.

  3. Well, if I'm picking all three styles...I say Mint, Sparkly, Bright!

    If I just get to pick one...Sparkly!

  4. Love the bright Chucks! Can't get any more comfy than those.

  5. Fun! I absolutely love those pretty mint TOMS, I need a new pair :) The coral Converse are awesome, too! I actually just did a blog post about the shoes I wore all over Italy: TOMS (canvas classics - a black pair and a red pair) and blue laceless Converse! I have some cute colorful Sperry's, but I don't wear them too often because sometimes they give me blisters.

  6. Loving the Chuck Taylor Stoned Wash Bright Flamingo, I have to have them.

  7. i LOVE my sperries! i have them in tan and they go with everything. i also love my bensimons as well. i feel like my next pair of comfy walking shoes i want to buy is either toms or chucks but i can't decide.



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