Shoe shopping. We have a love hate relationship with it. On the one hand we wanna be that confident woman that struts to the school gate in the navy suit, shirt and heels combo. On the other hand: effort.
We've shopped around for the best shoes going to make the school run as comfy, chic and Converse-free as possible. It can be done, we promise.
From midi heels to Pinterest-worthy ballet flats, if these don't get the mums talking then we don't know what will. Who knows, you might even run the kids to school. It'll be that easy.
For the sports chic mum
The back to school slog is 100mph so you're gonna want some shoes that can keep up the pace. If getting the kids ready, eating breakfast, ticking off your morning jog and dropping the little ones off at school is all gonna happen before 9am then you need some hot flats in your life. And fast.
For the effortless mum
Some mums seem to wake up flawless, roll out of bed and into the nearest outfit they can find and the rest just falls effortlessly into place. We'd be lying if we said we weren’t sceptical BUT time to copy their example with these on point pairs.
For the high heels or nothing kinda mum
Nothing makes you walk like Ryan Gosling's behind you quite like a nice heel, so naturally we had to include these beauties. To eliminate any chance of stacking it en route to school (it happens to the best of us), we've opted for safe but chic shoes to make sure your entrance is a smooth one! The school run? Pffft more like the school run-way #sorrynotsorry.
For the #ootd kinda mum
She's the Instagram #FWIS mum, the one with more shoes than Kate Moss could fill her wardrobe with. From lace up gladiator sandals to leather tassels and satin loafers, she can pull off anything that comes her way.
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