Walking around can be painful when you don’t have the correct shoe. Imagine walking in heels long distances! Always be prepared to wear flat shoes for comfort and less pain at the end of the day. To help you out in your search of a good shoe, here is a list of great city walking shoes that are actually fashionable and comfortable!
This pair of shoes is obviously for warm and dry weather. It’s like a sandal but more closed off. The pink colour is really cute too, perfect for light coloured outfits!
A classic shoe around London. It’s a really comfortable shoe and lightweight, that’s why you see it everywhere around London!
A trainer type of adidas shoe which can be worn both at the gym and on the streets of London. Comfortable for walking (and running!).
Slip ons or flats, you name it! They are easy to wear and style, and are lightweight for comfortable walking.
Espadrilles again! This time, it’s not a sandal type of espadrilles. The also look really similar to TOMS. They are a spring and summer staple as the fabric is breathable and light, perfect for lots and lots of walking as they are lightweight.
New Balance shoes in general are really nice shoes for walking. They don’t look too sporty, which is helpful when choosing your outfit.
These look and are really sporty! But they still look cute and nice, as London is famous for it’s street styles and casual sporty footwear.
I love the pink!! These are suede and are air max Nike shoes. They support your foot nicely and give you the comfort that you need with that extra cushion.
These might look stiff but I promise they are not! Basket platforms by Puma are really comfortable for walking! They look fashionable too!
These look like Converse shoes but I think that these are more comfortable. The arch of your foot is better supported with this pair compared to Converse. There is also extra cushion!
Which of these city walking shoes did you like best? Let us know in the comments below!
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