As much as we'd like to think we're Beyonce with six-inch heels (walkin' in the club like nobody's business), that's not exactly real life. You've got meetings to run and kids to get to school. So, in the spirit of fall shopping, we thought we'd round up ten of the most comfortable (yet stylish) shoes to get you through the day.

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WalkableShoes DrScholls

Pointy-Toe Flats

Yep, kind of a no-brainer. However, if you're looking for the modern spin on the classic flat, find one with a high vamp (meaning it covers more of the top of your foot). Secret cushion soles never hurt either.

Dr. Scholl's ($98)

WalkableShoes SamEdelman

Block-Heeled Pumps

But those times you really just need a little calf lift, a sweet block heel does the trick. An added ankle strap will also keep your feet from slipping.

Sam Edelman ($140)

WalkableShoes Stuart

Strappy Mary Janes

Straps on straps on straps. Introducing the updated Mary Jane with multiple buckles—and even a moody velvet fabric.

Stuart Weitzman ($398)

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WalkableShoes Gucci

Slide Loafers

You can never go wrong with a proper menswear style. And this autumn, it's all about the flat mule. (Your cropped trousers will thank you.)

Gucci ($595)

WalkableShoes Sabahs1

Leather Slippers

Swap your worn-out smoking slippers for a quality leather slip-on. (These babies are handmade in Turkey and come in a range of fun colors.)

Sabah ($190)

WalkableShoes Nike

Sweater-Knit Sneakers

It wouldn't be a "walkable shoe" list without at least one sneaker. The style du jour: a breathable knit in a funky print.

Nike ($130)

WalkableShoes Creepers

Metallic Creepers

Stay with us. We know the chunky-soled brogue started with the Williamsburg-blogger crowd. But they've finally inched their way into mainstream trends (and are kind of like walking on a cloud). Just keep the rest of your outfit tame.

Steve Madden ($80)

WalkableShoes Elk2

Flat Ankle Boots

The lower the heel, the closer to God. (That's how it goes, right?) Invest in quality booties and we promise you won't take them off until March.

Elk ($240)

WalkableShoes Sorel

Rubber-Heeled Boots

But for those instances when you really need a heel (and it's raining), make sure you've got a decent rubber coating on your soles. 

Sorel ($210)

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WalkableShoes GentleSouls

Moto Rain Boot

Then again, you could go all-out rubber.

Gentle Souls ($57)

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