Is closed-toe shoes a requirement? For warmer weather with skirts you could try a wedge sandal but with a covered toe. I personally like t-straps with a smalle wedge heel or cone shaped heels.posted almost 6 years ago
ew…working with food in open-toed shoes…
In the summertime i see alot of waitresses wear cute dresses and about calf-lenght skirts.
The key is not to go too short or too bodyhugging.
Comfy is key when standing on your feet just about all day. Wedge is actually a good pick since they tend to offer balance you don’t get on heels.
Some nude or light coloured ballet flats would look pretty with a floaty skirt. You could also try oxford flats, they look good with floral skirts!posted almost 6 years ago
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hmm thanks guys! i think ill have to go oxford flats, my feet definitely need to be covered. i just didnt think my hightops would work as well during summer!posted almost 6 years ago
I think oxfords are definitely your best bet. Flats are cute but they don’t really cover your whole footposted almost 6 years ago
-ballet flats (esp those two toned ones with ankle straps)
-wedges – but not ideal if you will be standing all day
-lace up espadrilles