Check ’em out! I’ve been wanting a pair of leopard loafers since the ones I had were really, really old, not to mention very uncomfortable. Shoes that are super-flat on the bottom = really achy feet after a day of walking around on my hard linoleum classroom floor. Most of the leopard loafers I found online had really pointy toes (ouch!) or were extremely hard and flat on the bottom. Then the ones that weren’t were way too expensive. I found these at GoodChoiceShoes.com for $30. They do run a little big: they’re both a little wide and a little long, so you may want to size down if you get them. What I love about them is that they have a lug sole. I know, I know, the 90’s are calling and they want their lug-soled shoes back. But I have always loved a bit of platform and a thicker sole to protect my feet from walking around on those hard floors all day.
Shop Similar Styles:
Here are some visually similar shoes. Some are flat-soled in case you prefer a more…updated style. 😀
Oh yeah, and here’s the rest of the outfit I wore to school with them. There I go all wearing white after Labor Day again.
I love how the white pants and neutral gray lightweight sweater make the tan of the leopard loafers and the tote really pop.
Shop This Look:
- Broadway Love Leopard Loafers, $30: Good Choice Shoes (see similar styles above)
- Sweater (old, from Target); similar, similar
- Kut from the Kloth “Lela” Released Hem Skinny Pant, $78: Stitch Fix; similar, similar
- Sugarfix by BaubleBar Bangle Bracelet Set, $8.50: Target; similar, similar
- Bag (? a gift): similar, similar
These aren’t the most high-quality shoes: they look cute but I don’t actually know how long they’ll last. However, they’re comfortable enough to wear walking around in the classroom all day long, so that’s good enough for me. And at $30, if they last at least a few years, I’ll be okay with that.