People who want to keep a step ahead in life need look no further than Office Shoes for the latest fashion footwear. Office Shoes started life in 1981 with a concession in London and opened their first stand-alone store in 1984. Today, they have 153 sites …globally.The online store stocks shoes, boots and sandals for all the family. Ladies can browse an extensive range of styles for all occasions, including stand-out heels, comfy flats and classic boots made for walking. They will even find ballet shoes. Men can choose from smart shoes, classic casuals, brogues, loafers, trainers and boots. There's also plenty on offer for the kids, with boots to stomp around in style, babies crib shoes, trainers and the office junior and office girl collections for kids who want to be top of the class. Customers will also find a huge range of accessories, including umbrellas, bags, earmuffs, phone pouches, scarves, gloves, hats and jewellery. Along with Office Shoes' own brand products, there are many top brands on offer such as Adidas, Dr. Martens, Ugg, Vans, Timberland, Nike and Blowfish.Customers enjoy free UK standard delivery on full price footwear, and with the store's 28-day returns policy, they don't need to worry about not being able to try on shoes before buying.Thrifty shoppers can search the site's sale sections and get up to 60% off, sign up for exclusive email offers or grab a promotion code to walk into a great bargain. » more
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Office Shoes doesn't just have shoes for your work life -- you can find trainers, special occasion shoes and more. With shoes for women, men and kids from top brands like Nike, Ugg Australia, Hunter and Timberland, you'll find great deals for the whole family.
Add shoes to your basket
When you've found the perfect pair, click "add to basket." You'll be taken to your basket straight away to review your order.
Add a code
Go to promotionalcodes.org.uk and find the Office Shoes code you'd like to use. Copy the code, then paste it in the box under "do you have a promo code?" Click "apply" then "checkout now" once your basket has updated with the new cost.
Sign in, register or continue as a guest
Enter your email and password, or type in your details to create a new account. If you're in a rush, just continue as a guest without making an account.
Billing and delivery
Enter your delivery address, billing address and other contact details and click "next." Click "order now," then enter your card details and click "proceed." You'll receive a confirmation of the order. Get ready to enjoy your new shoes!
Office Shoes Customer Reviews
I have always bought Clarks shoes as I have particularly wide feet and find the fitting from Clarks more generous that most other well known brands. I had never ordered shoes online before so this was a new experience for me and something I considered a massive gamble but after some deliberation I reasoned that I have been the same size shoe for the last 40 years and I’m unlikely to change now.
I ordered my pair of Wallabies from office.co.uk and I was surprised that delivery was just £3.50 which is a lot cheaper than it would have cost to go out and buy a pair in a shop where I would have had to go through the rigmarole of getting an assistant to find my size in a shoe no doubt to be told that I they were out of stock or had a nine (I’m an eight) in the only pair of shoes that I fancied.
With a multitude of shoes to browse through online I never had to feel pressured in to buying a pair of shoes after an assistant had been ‘out the back’ for me around then times just waiting to take my shoes to the counter and gain their commission. I understand that they are just doing their job and that it’s me with the problem because I often feel sorry for the staff and end up buying something that I wouldn’t normally have chosen.
As far as my first experience with this kind of shopping online (I have bought bits and bobs from other sites) I would have no hesitation buying a pair of shoes in this manner in the future. I am very happy with my Wallabies and I’m amazed at how comfortable they are. Office shoes were easy to browse and I like the way you can shop by brand as I only intended buying what I already knew would fit perfectly.
I purchased my new Hunter wellies from Office last year because I had received a gift card to the store. The experience shopping with Office was good, but I typically don’t buy shoes online – in this case I already knew my size and what I wanted, so I probably wouldn't have bought them from the website otherwise. Since then I’ve stuck with buying my shoes in store. Several weeks ago there was an Office sale going on that I saw advertised online, so I went ahead and browsed through the website to see if there were any sandals that struck my fancy since I needed a new pair for a party the following weekend, and had no time to browse in the store.
I wound up ordering a pair of wedges on a Friday and after worrying that they wouldn’t arrive in time for the party, received them the following Friday afternoon. Unfortunately they were too small. With my party the next day, I had no time to post them back and wait to make an exchange. I headed to my local Office store and made an exchange for the next size, so it worked out in the end, but honestly the reason I bought online was to avoid going in the shop to begin with.
Ever since Duchess Kate stepped out in her blue wedges the day after the royal wedding, I’ve been wanting to get my hands on some really cool wedges. My style is certainly more modern than Kate’s classic, romantic looks, so I was looking for something similar but more outrageous. I found just what I was looking for right here. I found three pair, all similar but in different colours, and they were only £60 each, which I thought was fab. Good site for funky shoes.
I traveled all the way to another town to try to buy shoes, and it was not my fault they were out of stock, so now I am supposed to pay extra for shipping by ordering online? The shopgirl could not order them for me, but told me to go home and do it myself. Why does the company not pay for shipping their shoes all over the UK as others do?
I ended up not buying them.