A girl can do anything in a pair of t-bar school shoes. That includes donning a graduation down to celebrate 13 years of schooling.
Shoes and Sox is a chain of shoe shops with stores all around Australia. But for their back to school sale, only the one state will have Harrison shoes in stock.
They offer plenty of options Clarks lace-up school shoes. But the Harrison Indy II is available in Victoria only.
And the same story on the Mary Jane page. The Harrison Indiana II is another Victoria-only shoe.
Melissa is a Brazilian brand known for their plastic sandals. Their ‘Aranha 79-16’ shoe looks has the classic t-bar look and butterfly punch cut-out detail, but made 100% out of plastic.
As well as classic black, they come in white.
Translucent and glitter.
And even with a platform heel.
Do you think a girl could get away with wearing them to school?
Many schools require closed toe leather shoes in technology workshops for occupational health and safety reasons. But for this schoolgirl, wearing t-bar school shoes into woodwork class was no problem.
Special protective clothing such as an apron is essential for practical subjects including Art, Foods and Technology. A hair restraint must be worn whenever a student is working with or near machinery. Students wearing runners, T-bar school shoes or jewellery will not be admitted to a technology workshop, as they are safety hazards. It is stressed that the technology workshops must satisfy strict industrial requirements in matters concerning occupational health and safety. Students are required to bring safety glasses and ear muffs to technology classes, and may also need their safety glasses in practical science classes.