Dress Shoes That Feel Like Sneakers. Place your heel against the wall and on a piece of paper mark the tip of your longest toe. We asked flight attendants, restaurant workers, and nurses to tell us about the most comfortable shoes and sneakers for spending long hours on your feet, from brands like Clarks, Nike, Converse.
With an influx of luxe textures at the forefront this season, sneakers are finding their way into yet another category previously unheard of. This means button-up shirts, suits and ties, and dress shoes, which can often be hard and constricting, not nearly as comfortable as sneakers. While it can be a major work perk to don any footwear to the office, it's not always.
I won't get into the finer details—though there are a bunch—but the upshot is that these shoes basically feel like sneakers underfoot.
With an influx of luxe textures at the forefront this season, sneakers are finding their way into yet another category previously unheard of.
Thanks to a recent resurgence of sneaker culture, styles are getting sleeker. The leather is like butter and feels gentle on your feet. "It truly is like wearing running shoes disguised as the perfect-looking dress shoe," stated one reviewer of the Cole Haan Washington Grand Laser Wingtip Oxford.