- 10 May 2019
Comfortable and Stylish Work Shoes by FRANKiE4
Whatever you do for work, you need comfortable shoes.
We all know the painful effects of shoes that are too tight, too loose or not contoured to our feet correctly. Blisters, painful arches, sore heels, an aching back - your work shoe choice is imperative when it comes to preventing both short-term and long-term conditions.
Often, standing up all day is just part of the job; nurses, health professionals, hairdressers, retail staff, hospitality workers, teachers - having the right footwear can make your day that much more comfortable.
FRANKiE4 Work Shoes
FRANKiE4 shoes are designed to keep your feet comfortable and supported all day long.
The brand was founded by a podiatrist and a physiotherapist, so each design focuses first and foremost on your comfort and health.
Every pair of FRANKiE4 shoes is built with their specifically designed footbed. It’s jam-packed full of foot-supporting benefits, including a heel cradle, arch support and forefoot cushioning - making them perfect for work.
FRANKiE4 also specialise in orthotic-friendly shoes. If you need to wear custom orthotics with your work shoes, FRANKiE4’s Custom Fit Pack ensures you can create a perfect fit, every time.
Our Top Picks for Comfy Work Shoes
Work shoes for nurses
If you’re a nurse, power-walking through halls and barely taking a rest all day, you’ll need shoes that are not only slip-resistant and durable, but supportive, cushioned and breathable.
Shoes for teachers
Similarly, if you’re a teacher, you’ll require shoes that will allow you to keep up with your students; flexibility, cushioning and contouring, plus lightweight durability.
Comfortable corporate shoes
If you’re office-based, but do a bit of walking each day, you might require something with a bit more polish. Look for a classic ballet flat that is contoured to your foot shape, or a block-heeled court shoe that provides great stability.
For lots of walking:
For a chic and polished look:
Shoes for hospitality workers
Slippery floors in kitchens can make for some pretty nasty knee or ankle injuries; the best shoes for hospitality workers have non-slip, durable outer soles, plus soft, cushioned and supportive footbeds.
Outdoor-ready work shoes
If you’re often outdoors, you’ll know durable, sturdy shoes are an essential. Try a pair of flat chelsea-style boots, or - if you’re after something with a more feminine touch - look for a pair of slightly heeled boots with zip or patterned detailing.
Casual, close-toed work shoes
For something more casual and stylish, but still incredibly comfortable, look for a sneaker-style or brogue in a bright colour, interesting texture or pattern.
Find your perfect pair of work shoes at Ian's Shoes for Women
Visit our team in-store or shop online and find your perfect FRANKiE4 fit in our Work Shoes range.