Irina, give yourself a break! After a foot injury, you NEED good footwear. And if some of it doesn't work post-recovery, so be it.
I love the cream flat and the sling back loafer for you -- fun additions! I envy you for being able to keep a slingback on your foot. They are hard for me although I love the style and always have. A loafer might work better on me than a slingback pump due to the higher vamp.
I am hard on my footwear and when I wear it a lot, I wear it out. Plus, I happen to love shoes. So I buy what many people would consider too many every single year. When you walk as much as I do, maybe it should be factored as a transportation cost vs. a fashion cost.
I made 7 footwear purchases this year. (I also retired 7 pairs -- so this is a "one-in-one-out" situation.)
White higher shaft booties --- instant workhorse. Why did I wait so long for these? Light coloured waterproof footwear in winter -- brilliant for my style.
Blundstone lug soles -- these are semi-gear, worn for my neighbourhood and local trail walks and gardening and other chores, also on my bike. Not a fashion purchase.
Ecco Corksphere sandals -- these are "at home" summer shoes for me. Easy on and off.
Ecco sandal -- again, a gear purchase, gear that can do casual crossover if required. It's a repeat of a style I retired, in a different colour.
Ecco sneaker -- more gear. For walks and short runs.
Franco Sarto loafer -- my indoor shoes for winter, and I love them! Have never had a loafer that stays on my foot before! I will wear them outdoors later in the year, perhaps.
Eileen Fisher sandal -- a replacement for the exact same item, worn out.