Originally Posted by add911_11
Just no, I am sorry, better to buy loake or meerin
To confirm add911_11's point, horrendous fabric, horrible square toes and what on earth is going on with the sole (probably non-slip)?
Read this thread for the basics of different shoe levels i.e. low-entry, mid-range and high-end. Read this thread for a further detailed discussion, although the thread discusses the hierarchy of English shoes.
What colour suit or suits do you intend to wear with your shoes? How long will you be standing in your shoes? How far will you be walking in your shoes?
You'll need a minimum of 2 pairs of shoes for rotation i.e. to give each pair a rest, and not to wear the same pair on consecutive days. You also need to buy shoe trees to maintain your shoes.
I was in your position (although I don't work in Best Buy) in terms of having zero knowledge about shoes. I initially bought a pair of Loake 1880s in the Aldwych last, and shortly after, bought 2 pairs of Meermins (single monks and wholecuts).
Others can assist with arch support and cushioning. The basic point is that you should be able to find a couple of decent low-entry shoes, that will enhance your professional image (subject to suitable suit fit and colour co-ordination) that will not cost a fortune, and will be 100 times better (and last longer) than those brown monstrosities that you posted.