Thank you so much. Penny loafers seem like a good choice for me although I am not used to it. If I have to choose a slip on or loafer shoes, I may want to try something like these "lazy man shoes without brogue". I want the shoes cover my foot more.
Just try, then decide after because I still think a traditional oxford is more traditional and valuable or consider a loafer as your recommendation.
If I understand the classic menswear hierarchy of formality, a balmoral is more formal than a blucher; less detailing is more formal then less. So, a wholecut with no gingerbread is more formal than a heavily brogued wingtip, and so on.
Your description of your business environment and that you're not wearing a suit leads me to believe it's a less formal environment, but that's only an impression based on slight information.
If your heart is set on a laced shoe, a brogued blucher would seem to me more suitable.
Perhaps a monkstrap would straddle the line between a shoe that's easier to put on and take off while still covering more of the foot. They are less well known amongst the general populace, and might be seen as a more trendy option.