Melissa is a Brazilian brand known for their plastic sandals. Their ‘Kazakova’ t-bar sandal has the classic t-bar look, but made 100% out of plastic.
As well as black, they come in burgundy, beige and blue.
The soles have a chunky look.
And the cut out sides show off plenty of foot.
Do you think a girl could get away with wearing them to school?
Bata makes three version of t-bar school shoe.
Cala t-bar in matt
Cala t-bar, in patent leather
All feature padded collars, but the Cala t-bar was once available in the ‘classic’ Harrison Idaho style.
Bilby Shoes is an Australian shoe manufacturer. Their range includes brown t-bar school shoes.
Brown school shoes can be so hard to find, but not here.
We stock Bata and ROC brown school shoes as well as our Australian made Bilby shoes range. We have brown school shoes in lace up. buckle and velcro.
Come and support the last Australian manufacture of school shoes. Pedorthist in store everyday.
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.
Another school year is about to begin.
Girls can go back to school with the range of laceup and t-bar shoes by Wilde.
Or head to Spendless Shoes and select a pair from their range.
Kickers is a British shoe brand best known for their t-bar school shoes. Best known for their chunky, well ridged soles and tough buckle fastening, these shoes are anything but dainty.