Where are my school shoes? I found one, but where is the other?
T-bar school shoes sure take a beating. Girls wear them five days a week for the entire school year!
There are many reasons to get your t-bar shoes buckled up. You won’t shuffle your feet along the ground. That wears out the soles of your shoes.
If you don’t you’ll get holes in the bottom, and wet feet in winter
Shuffling alters your gait, bending your shoe more than normal. Keep at it, and eventually the stitching between the sole and the shoe upper will break.
All that shuffling can scuff also the toes of the shoe.
Shoe polish can’t fix the worst scuffing.
Incorrectly fitted shoes mean feet slide around inside the shoe, wearing it away.
Lunchtimes spent sitting crosslegged on the asphalt result in scuffed patches on the side of the shoe.
But keeping your shoes buckled up won’t prevent the strap breaking.
With nothing left to do up, this pair of Wilde t-bar school shoes is destined for a life of shuffling around unbuckled.
Found on Yahoo Answers.
Q: MELBOURNIANS! omg does any1 know where BROWN t-bar school shoes/sandal are sold?
everyone has them BUT IN BLACK! i know they sell them… i think the brand is Harrison’s but they definitely don’t sell them a lot anymore! they have that cut out pattern on the arch/toes bit and a buckle.
sorry this is the photo of them i could find…..IN BLACK!
A: I know exactly what you mean.. but can’t think of where to get them… not many Melbourne schools have a brown uniform anymore… so maybe that’s why they’re hard to find? Try somewhere that stocks ‘Clarks’ shoes… or a shoe shop near Sienna College (the private school with a brown uniform), they might have them? If you have small feet you might be able to find them in a (large) kiddies size somewhere. Good luck in your hunting!
I think my sister had some of them back in the primary school days…
Salski · 7 years ago
A: yeah either in Myer or David Jones
but you have to go to the kids section because well there for school
you can also try like williams?
but they might just have black
wow.natalie · 7 years ago
Found over on Polyvore is this selection by daizyjayne – best school shoes ever! in black or brown…Harrison Idaho T-Bar Shoes.
What is a secret hipster to do with her almost new pair of t-bar school shoes following graduation. Start wearing them again!
DIY Crown, DIY gingham top, Dangerfield dress worn as skirt, Harrison t-bar strap shoes, silver cross from my best friend, pink prison rosary from eBay, vintage Polly Pocket bracelet
These are the shoes I had to wear as part of my school uniform and my mother insisted on getting a new pair for my final year. At the time it made no sense to me since my old pair would fall apart in the middle of the year when no one cared anymore but no.
I had to live my life obeying the rules. I’m tempted to begin wearing them again since there’s a lot of life left in the leather but I still need to figure out how to avoid looking like a high school student through style.
I’m thinking of drawing some smiley faces on them with fabric paint or painting them in coat after coat of glitter which is a little difficult given the perforated holes. I’ll think of something though- don’t you worry about me.
DIY crown, Romance Was Born dress, vintage pink collar from etsy (SinkVintage), cardigan from my mother, childhood socks and my old school shoes (Harrison Idaho T-Bar)
I realise I’m a bit late to jump on the bandwagon of Easter-themed outfits but I have only myself to blame because I’ve been planning this one for ages and only lacked the motivation to execute my idea in full.
ASOS faux fur coat, second hand t-shirt, Meadham Kirchhoff X Topshop skirt, POMS earrings and Harrison T-bars
This outfit is really my way of channeling me inner space queen meets Hollywood actress vibes. For once I was able to create a unique outfit the day before I wore it. Usually I’m torn between what skirt or shoes to wear but for once it all kind of made sense in my head.
Dangerfield soupy dress and socks, American Apparel shirt, thrifted crochet jacket, POMS earrings and necklace, dog brooch from ginettepomette (etsy), buttons from Melbourne Art Fair and Harrison T-bars
T-bars school shoes aren’t just for the classroom – fashionable ladies know how to pull them off with any look.
I have put together an edit of my favourite styles and pieces for the colder weather.
pinafore dress//Topshop floral print top//Topshop felt Fedora hat//Urban Outfitters T-Bar brogues//Clarks grey sweater dress//Monki floral pattern skirt//Topshop grey coat//Monki yellow beanie hat//Monki black Chelsea boots//Asos
The T-Bars are actually my school shoes, but I love them enough to wear them out of school as well, generally with frilly/cartoon socks and dresses or skirts!
Found on Yahoo Answers.
Q: Hey – I’m Australia so this’ll probably make more sense to Aussie girls. Just wondered why so many girls who wear those T-bar type sandals, always leave the buckles undone??
A: haha i do….i dunno i guess its more comfortable and easier to walk in =] but most of the time i do them up cause of the teachers….(there pretty strict =/)