For those of us who wish to stand out from the crowd, here are some other cute, comfy shoes that will take your shoe game up to the next level.
In typical Penn State student fashion, THONers weren’t only concerned with comfort.
Oxford shoes aren’t just for people across the pond in London, you can (and should) wear them right here in State College! There are two different styles of Oxfords, wingtip (or brogues) and cap-toe. The most popular kind of oxfords are the cap-toe.
Don’t let the temperamental State College weather fool you, summer is right around the corner and that means you can (ecstatically) trade out your cold weather footwear for summer sandals!
The floor of the BJC is a sea of neon Nike’s every third weekend of February for THON. Dancer’s embrace the bright colors while staying comfortable and practical by wearing one-of-a-kind socks with their favorite sneakers. Valley hit the floor and met the owner’s of some of the brightest, cutest shoe/sock combinations at THON 2015.
Whether or not we’re brave enough to admit it, winter is here and with winter comes inevitable snow, freezing rain, and salted streets. If you’re concerned about you and your shoes surviving another cold Penn State winter, we’ve got you covered—well, your shoes at least.
Lately, not being basic has been everyone’s main concern. We all know the classic traits of the basic Penn State girl are, and it’s been mocked endlessly. But we cannot forget that Penn State boys are just as likely to exhibit those basic boy traits too. One of those trends that we love to see when the weather gets colder is Timberland Boots.