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Old 10-19-2013, 11:46 AM
 
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Things people will endure for fashion -- get to put forth some kind of image.....

I gave up heels 30 years ago.... and have never looked back. (daily it's flat loafers or mules, for dress a 2" heel pump, that's it)

A friend of mine who's 5 feet tall -- however -- will openly, and boldly declare -- she only where high heels. Oh well.
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:32 PM
 
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My days of hard soled shoes, kitten heels and stilettos are over. They have to be moulded soles that give. They have come up with some dynamite stuff. I have a high end look boot made with a molded sole 3 1/2 inch heels and a platform. I will never buy a hard sole again; the new soft flexible soles are fantastic and good for at least three hours of standing and walking. Sketchers had some great sandals this year with a moderate heel. I'm hoping companies develop more of these. Onyx has done molded sole heels for years.
Ladies I think one of the ugliest fashion faux pas is a shoe that is to large and ill fitting especially open sandal type shoes and heels. You even see to large shoes on models and celebrities. I HATE when the heel is slipping down the shoe and not exactly matching the end of the shoe in the back, it cant be to long or to short, a shoe has to fit perfectly or it's not the right shoe, period. A sneaker or boot can be bought larger to accommodate an insole and heavy socks.
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Old 11-26-2013, 03:58 PM
 
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My wife had foot problems in the past and finding good fitting and comfortable shoes was a bit difficult and limited her shoe wardrobe. She says her Marchez Vous heels are pretty comfortable even after a few hours of walking around or standing in them, so she really loves them. But I still carry a pair of flats in the car or in the bag ready if her feet starts hurting from the heels.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:33 PM
 
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Heels on the right woman are sooooooo sexy. Wrong woman...eh...
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Old 11-28-2013, 09:00 PM
 
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I put cushions in loose shoes, and walk around the house in two pairs of thick socks for tight shoes. A shoe can fit well in a store at the end of a day of walking (when feet are fuller), yet don't fit as well when I get them home. One of life's mysteries.
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