I am a partial foot amputee (missing all toes on one foot as well as part of foot). I am able to wear tennis shoes and basically hikers. Heels are impossible as well as flats. There just isn't enough foot left for flats. I passed my nursing boards and now will begin interviewing. Hikers and tennies seem way too dressed down, but I'm at a loss for any other options. Does anyone have any suggestions? I would prefer not to mention my foot because nobody would notice as long as I can wear my orthotic toe piece. Any advice would be appreciated.
May 10, '10
What about some sort of oxford-type shoe? Some of those are made to be very comfortable, yet still look dressy enough that you could wear them fairly unobtrusively in an interview setting.
Last edit by TDCHIM on May 10, '10
: Reason: Edited for rotten grammar...ugh, Mondays....