Sabtu, 03 Mei 2014

Are TOMS shoes worth it?

Q. Do TOMS last long? My birthdays coming up, and I finally convinced my mom to get me TOMS for my b-day, although they're 60 dollars with tax.. and that's a lot of money, and I don't want to waste her money, if the shoes don't even last long, especially since I walk a lot.
Also, I'm 5'3 1/2 or so and am size 7.5-8(in US) considering this, I have pretty narrow and big feet :/ and I don't want my feet to look even bigger, also to add, I wear skinny jeans.
Bottom line is, are TOMS worth it? Do you think I should get TOMS? Will they look horrible on me?
(Yes I realize that they're so expensive because one pair is donated, but TOMS look like they aren't very hold-able. Yet, TOMS seem to be the big trend at my school.)

A. TOMS don't last long.
I would get shoes that are BOTH comfy, trendy, AND last long.
There are lots of shoes that must be trendy in your school. I know TOMS are trendy in my school but not everyone wears them. Some people in my school wears Vans, Nike, flats, reebok, etc.

I would get some running shoes or sneakers or cute flats

PLUS you can't really get active like jog or play sports in them.
TOMS are more for like going out.

And it only looks good on people with thin legs in my opinion,

TOMS are like 50 dollars at Nordstrom,

But with sneakers or running shoes, anybody and pull it off and also they are cheaper (depends what shoes you get actually)

Flats, they ARE MUCH CUTER than TOMS. Toms are plain and simple with a little tag. Flats can have bows, silver, gold, etc. Unless you get the TOMS with designs or glitter.

If you wear TOMS to school for 5 days straight, walking to each period. Your feet will get MAJOR sores.
And you can't wear socks with Toms (well you can but it would look silly).

I am 5'6 and wear 8 size, and my feet look OK. no one at school insults my feet,
Sorry this is too much. ;)

What shoes are popular for 2012/now?
Q. I really want to get new shoes I have

I have
short boots
tall boots

I was thinking toms maybe? minnetonkas? uggs?

A. I like how you're very into fashion and want to have trending shoes coming into the New Year- Brianna!!

Toms look quite nice and casual (depending on what colour of shoes you buy), but I think they are more for Spring/Summer. I don't think they will be very good at insulating your feet from the cold. (The material that Toms are made out of seem similar to canvas pumps that I wore recently out, which resulted in extremely cold feet.) I don't think you should buy Toms!

I don't like really like the look of Minnetonkas. However, I would buy the shorter Minnetonkas than the taller ones, as you see less of the may vertical string things which I don't like.

They seem to go well with skinning jeans, dark pairs of leggings and tights with jeans shorts, which are fashionable these days.

Out of all three I would by Uggs. They are very trendy (when I'm out and about I always see so many people wear them) and they are very cosy and good for keeping your feet warm.

However if you are type of person that likes to stand out from the crowd and dress up differently to others, when it comes to fashion, Minnetonkas may be the way forward, instead of Uggs. I don't see many people wearing them, so you would certainly stand out!

I Googled Minnetonkas and found a picture of Kate Moss wearing them, so for a model to be wearing them, it mustn't be that ugly!

Maybe you should also buy a pair of black flat shoes or black shoes with a small heels, for formal outfits.

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Outcast because of large feet!?

Q. I have extremely large feet, size 17 guys, and I'm only 5'11 meaning I look like a hobbit. I feel somewhat of an oucast as I can never show off trendy shoes(I always have to wear my size 18 nike sandals), and silly things like going to a bowling alley or the pool become embarrasing. There's also no one like me with such oversized feet so few really know how hard it can be.

Is there anyone here that has overzised feet and agrees with this?
My friends don't judge me by them at all I just feel they are always in the way of things at times

A. You're likely your own biggest critic. I can't imagine anyone ostracizing you because of the size of your feet, if they did then they would not be someone worth knowing to begin with. Try to think of it as something uniquely positive about you, rather than seeing it as something that sets you apart in a negative way.

It's what's inside that counts!

Outcast because of my large feet!?
Q. I have extremely large feet, size 17 guys, and I'm only 5'11 meaning I look like a hobbit. I feel somewhat of an oucast as I can never show off trendy shoes(I always have to wear my size 18 nike sandals), and silly things like going to a bowling alley or the pool become embarrasing. There's also no one like me with such oversized feet so few really know how hard it can be.

Is there anyone here that has overzised feet and agrees with this?

A. I could see your predicament. But then think of it this way, Which would you rather have, your own set of feet or none at all ? In my life when i feel bad about something,i always remind myself of this words... I was sorry i had no shoes until I met someone who had no feet. Cheer up.The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection.

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Looking for really affordable women sandals in size 5.?

Q. Like really different and affordable and strappy, trendy stores and preferably in the US for now. And REALLY affordable. Thanks again for all the answers. I appreciate it.

they have the best shoes and their very trendy

Does anyone know an online website to buy affordable trendy clothes for women?
Q. not teen size, or small sizes, normal size 10 people age 30'ish that want to look trendy and classy.

A. how bout fashion bug or old navy? i put together something from those 2 stores. i hope you like it.

how bout an outfit like this:





or something like that. i hope i helped you. and good luck!

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Jumat, 02 Mei 2014

Pics of feminine shoes?

Q. Hi girls, I'm a feminine boy... I love feminine shoes and particularly I love unisex and androgynous that can be mistaken for girly shoes... Could you suggest me something? Post pics please <3

A. Hey There!

I thik Docs are a very unisex shoe that can compliment any trendy/edgy/punk look. They come in a 1000 different colors/designs

I think loafers are another unisex/androgynous shoe as the design/print usually can work for both sexes but can also be a twist for the opposite sex in the case of coloring/design that maybe usually attributed to one gender

Oxfords are another type of shoe similar to the loafer that have become more popular for their unisex appeal

Stylish but not Trendy Casual Shoes for Men?
Q. I am a man looking for a different type of shoe. I have a pair of Jordan High tops and White Nike Low tops for casual wear. I hate when people jump on the bandwagon for fashion and getting something just because everyone else has it. For example, in my high school, Vans Authentic shoes and Sperry boating shoes (Boys & Girls) are very popular. I really like the Vans, but everybody has them and I refuse to buy them.

It would be nice if people could leave some suggestions on some shoes that are stylish and attractive (FOR MEN) but not really trendy. I'm sure that it will be mostly women that answer this question, so this is the question for the women. What do you think looks attractive on men?

Also, I am in high school. I'm an upperclassmen. Thanks! :)

A. Confidence looks attractive.

As far as footwear: loafers, oxfords/brogues, sneakers, tennis/running shoes, sandals, boots, boat shoes (Sperry's are a classic, not a trend. My grandfather has lived in them [and moccasins] for as long as I have been alive), moccasins, etc.

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Kamis, 01 Mei 2014

What type of Fallen shoes should i get?

Q. I have decided to try Fallens,but what type should i get
Fallen troopers,rippers,revolers,etc.?
Okk tey r 2 skate in..they will get destroyed who cares what they look like lol

A. They're all ugly and trendy.

Shoes to wear in the fall?
Q. I need a pair of shoes for the fall to wear to school. Basically shoes for days when its too cold for flip flops or sandles, and too warm for uggs. I dont like sneakers. Any ideas?
I'm a girl btw:p
I'm a girl btw:p

A. Well... You might just want to go to a store and ask the sales person for a shoe that's right for you. Personally, I would go for a pair of boots ( very in for the fall-winter season), ballet flats, high heels, or a pair of creepers ( which are like platformed converse without the sneaker look and again are a very trendy thing this upcoming season according to TeenVogue)

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Going to a club on a friday night, what does dressy casual mean?

Q. are there some photos i can look at? what are some clothing examples for men and women?

A. You don't need to dress in formalwear.

Dressy casual for women can mean: jeans and a nice trendy/dressy top, and heels. (Definitely, no flip-flops, hehe)

For men: jeans and a nice shirt, loafers or some kind of cool shoes (probably not sneakers)

Which of these two shoes would look better for dressy casual style?
Q. I am having trouble deciding between these two pairs of dr martens. I have been trying to get a more mature, yet still young style and I am having trouble deciding between these two pairs. Which do you think I could pull of with a pair of Dockers and a casual button front shirt more easily? I am a grad. student in social work. Second, which has more all around ability? I am a grad student, so I can't afford to have both, even though I wish so. I want to look good, too. I want to look my age style wise, being a 24yr old man, so I am trying really hard, just needing others' opinions?



A. I vote for the 2nd one. I think the 1st one might be too trendy. But really you should be good either way.

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is there way to look like ur rich and beautiful without expensive stuff?

Q. i wear hollister and abercrombie

A. dress classic. [rivate school uniforms are perfect examples of this look. use them as inspiration for your daily wardrobe. cardigans, plaid, polo shirts, jumpers, skirts, slacks and shorts. also, for the "old money" look, more vintage style classics will work, like a british style 3-button suit, anything "tweed", etc. fabrics should be strictly organic: wool, nubby, relaxed. no polyester, nothing "shiny". shoes should be leather, understated, and conservative. don't overdo it; try to go for a relaxed look, like you just got back from a week at the family home in kennebunkport. well fitting clothing in relaxed muted colors and maybe a touch of pastel is very old money.

have good hygiene. make sure you always brush your teeth and take a shower. wash your hair and keep it tidy but understated. clean your nails and get manicures at inexpensive nail salons. short tips are really pretty but avoid long nails with bright colors or nail jewels.

keep your face neat and your body well groomed. men should have precise haircuts, and well shaven facial hair. women should have a "tasteful" cut, color and shine in their hair. clear skin, free of acne and well moisturized especially in women of a certain age. hair color should look natural and highlights and lowlights must be natural as if obtained on a visit to the beach house.

slow down your speech, and lower your voice volume. Don't be loud or draw attention to yourself. learn to play golf, tennis and sail, or to ride (horses), even to play polo (if you have the stomach for it). get familiar with english history. groom regularly, nails, body, face and hair. keep clothing neat in appearance (tuck in shirts, wear comfortable fitting not very loose clothing). you must think before you talk, because, as small as this may seem, some people blurt out things that make them seem as if they didn't, and it can hurt you and others.

change the forecast. for women, strapped sandals in winter are alright. for men, sweaters and khaki shorts with casual loafers are okay as long as it's not snowing. the old money crowd does love to layer, so sweaters, overcoats, and similar garb is handy for cooler conditions.

a wealthy woman's makeup is natural with neutral colors, except for red lipstick, the only color in her makeup. her nail polish is a pale white, pink or beige. perfect skin is a rich woman must. never overtan; natural skin color looks much better. no sunspots, so keep on sporting sunscreen, though everyone looks better with a healthy glow.

smell like money. men and women should wear a small amount of an expensive scent. (men- on inner wrist and underneath the jaw line, women- on inner wrist inner elbows and underneath jaw line or behind ears). do not put too much on!

never look at the tag while "shopping" in expensive stores. train yourself not to react to extremely high prices by educating yourself on the ridiculous pricing for designer goods. if you react and make a scene, the other shoppers in the store will think that they are better than/ above you.

watch TV or movies about those with a lot of money. read forbes, barron's, the wall street journal, the new yorker, and the economist.

don't try too hard; subtlety is key. looking like a newly rich person is never a good thing to those who have always had money.

an authentic designer bag or wallet is nice, but go for something a bit bland or obsolete. something that is the "latest fashion" is by definition a trend, which is anathema to the old money crowd. it must be well made and leather even if not designer, go for simplistic designs, such as the LL bean boat & tote or a classic black quilted chanel. nothing avante garde, and nothing that looks like the balenciaga lariat, or the chloe paddington. however, if you're impressing the nouveau riche, "trendy" is pretty much mandatory.

have at least one pair of really decent well made shoes. for men, some very conservative and understated oxfords or loafers. for women, a conservative pump, like the classic chanel pump would be a good choice.

one of the most important things is to try and act normal. people who are not rich, wish they were. people who are rich don't want anyone to know. wear things that are good quality, but do not advertise. if someone is truly wealthy, they will be able to tell. do not act as though you are above normal activities. act rich, walk and speak properly, but when you talk about the subject of yourself or your life, speak about yourself as though you are a normal person.

and remember...
-flashy does not mean wealth, only poor taste.
-speak properly; always mind your grammar.
-use excellent posture, whether you are sitting or standing.
-know your etiquette. read books on the proper use.

hope this helps

I want to look preppy, cute, and sophisticated!?
Q. I'm 13. Stores I should shop at, outfit ideas? Money is not an issue. Thanks!
I want to look preppy, cute, sophisticated, classy, yet relaxed. :)

A. Personally, I think the best style type is preppy because it is classic and never goes out of style. Here are some basic steps:

1. The attitude: Always present yourself in a nice and welcoming manner. Be polite and courteous with girls, boys, and teachers. Never be snobby and don't try too hard.
2. The clothes: Wear clean cut, classic clothes, but they do not have to be trendy. Places like Abercrombie and Hollister are not preppy. Try J.Crew, Lacoste, etc. Wear skirts, khaki, polos, bermuda shorts and bright colors. The Jackie Cardigan is also a good, classic choice.
3. Accessories: Always wear accessories, but not too many. Try pearl jewelry such as pearl studs. Also wear ribbon belts in different colors.
4. Shoes: Clean white tennis shoes are cute, or leather or suede ballet flats. No sneakers or Uggs.
5. Hair: Make sure your hair is always well cleaned and conditioned. Don't do the same thing every day, mix it up! Try ribbons in a ponytail, headbands, and pigtails.
6. Always keep clean: Brush your hair, take care of your teeth, and smell nice.
7. Get good grades: don't be a show off or a nerd, but be smart and informed. Read classic literature, watch international sports and watch the news.
8. Get involved in a preppy sport: Try cross country or track and field (the BEST sports!). Or try lacrosse, rowing, golf, horseback riding, anything that isn't too contact sportish.
9. Most importantly.... HAVE CONFIDENCE!!! Focus on your inner beauty and never let anybody tell you who you should be.
Some helpful links: (Luv this sweater I own it in navy blue!)

I hope this helped!

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Skinny jeans? white converse? grey cardi? black military boots? help me!

A. For a casual look, you could wear any color skinny jeans with it (except your standard blue jeans or white)-black, red, bright blue...
Also a bright colored cardigan would look good with it ($product$) kind of like the one where i just posted the link. It gives you more of a fun, trendy look.
I think colored clothes would look best with it because the top is already black and white, so any greys, whites or blacks will make you look dreary and boring and tired. The colors however will pop out nicely.
As for shoes, I think converse would look like best with it.

Starting clothing business.?
Q. hello everyone, please i would love to know places in the UK and America were I can get trendy cloths and shoes for young people and adult at wholesale prices?
and what are the pros and cons of starting a business like this?

A. .. Ok..
Depends on your location first.. (High traffic location is a must for clothing business)..
what will be your specialty ?? adult / females/ males/ or everything ??.. it will cost you alot much if you get everything at once as a start.. and you would not have the nice variety for each devision you want ..
If you are looking to sell Adult and young people, clothes and Shoes.... you are looking for $70,000.00 at least to make a decent start, and decent startup push profit.. or customers base..

If you look for specialty first , as women clothes, or men, or kids, it would be better to concentrate and make good name for your start, with less money damage if it turns out to be something else. plus the rest of the other $75,000 you would save for back-up plan, advertisment, etc....

there is many places.. yet the quality, and the shipping prices will make the difference..

what you will need to think before start :-
1- Location, Location, Location.............. high traffic with $5,000.00 better than away location with $1,000.00 rent, etc...
2- what will be your basic main customers ?? Young adults?? teens ?? working women ?? etc.....
3- You look for everything to have at once is very bad for your budget, (Except if you have at least $150,000.00 ) yes i'm serious..
You can start small (Not actually small) with $30,000 and you specified only with women trendy clothes you will have a decent collection which can cover a store of (3000 feet / 1000 Meters)..

Yet there is plenty of other factors as well.. and there is seasonal items and clothes, etc......

Need any help, will be more than glad.. Actually we have now pallets of (100pcs- 500pcs each) at a decent prices, as we are wholesalers and stores.. and we need to rennovate our stock each campaign (2months)..

so contact me if you are interested and will send you some photo's and site access,,.. or if you only have additional questions..
Good luck, and have a great day ..

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Rabu, 30 April 2014

Guy shoes for going out, but not too dressy?

Q. I have really old shoes that are embarrassing to wear out and I need a new pair to replace them. I'm looking for something to wear "downtown" with nice clothes, but not looking for dress shoes. Something sort of trendy I guess? I have no clue where to even start. Anyone have any advice?

A. Guys shoes..
these are cool if ya ask me ;)

Vans -- Slip ons
Converse -- Chuck Taylors or even Skater shoes
Zoo York -- Skater shoes
Supra -- Skater shoes
DC -- Skater shoes
Pony -- sneakers
REPUB�1C -- sneakers

were can i buy cool trendy boys shoes size 6 and a half
Q. i really need some cool new a boy and i need to open up my shoe collection a little bit please help me!!! i dont like the color black show me some web sites and everything

thank you

A. if your a guy
and your shoe size is only 6 and a half
then youmust have a small penis(:

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Fashion Survey Questions About Shoes?

Q. 1. After a day of work do you ever come home with your feet hurting?
2. If so then what kind of job do you have?
3. Have your feet ever hurt so bad you took you shoes off?
4. Would you like to have your feet massaged after a day of work?
5. What are the most painful shoes you have ever worn?
6. Whats your favorite color for a pedicure?
7. Would you rather have a back rub or foot rub after a day of work?
8. Would you consider it a good thing if a guy offered to massage your feet for you when they hurt?
9. Would you rather go shopping in comfort of flip flops or look trendy and wear heels and end the day with sore feet?
10. Would your feet hurt worse standing for 8 hours in flip flops or for 3 hours in 4inch heels?
Thanks for answering

A. Yes
Ones that were too small
Back Rub
Flip Flops
Flip Flops

i need some new shoes?? help!!?
Q. i want to buy some new shoes that i can wear everyday in the spring. for a sense of my style, i like classic but alternative pieces. urban outfitters is my favorite stores. during the winter i predominantly wore short chestnut uggs (which im SO sick of but theyre so comfy and make your legs look thinner) and black leather flat booties. i need these shoes to be pretty comfortable and very stylish. money is not much of an object, but preferably less than $150. i dislike shoes that make your feet look small as i already have tiny feet (size 5.5 or 6) and bigger shoes make your legs look slimmer. THANKS A MIL!
sorry.. im 5'1" or so and I dont love flats but if theyre really cute then i dont mind.

A. Most of these were featured in magazines, pretty comfy, and trendy. I'm not sure what shoes you like so I selected a variety that I thought looked good.;jsessionid=C9FADF88E812A6AED81AE74C68897B35.app13-node2?itemdescription=true&itemCount=10&id=14014351&parentid=W_SHOES_HEELSWEDGES_LOW&sortProperties=+product.marketingPriority,-product.startDate&navCount=77&navAction=poppushpushpush&color=01
hope this helps

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How large does women's clothing run in Japan?

Q. I'm going to Japan in a few weeks and I'd like to do some clothes shopping while I'm there. I'd like to go to the young, trendy shops, but I don't know if they'll have clothes that fit. I'm a size 8-10, and 5"7 with a C cup; will I be able to find clothes at trendy Japanese shops, or even at Japanese department stores (that aren't American labels, I didn't go all the way to Japan for that)? Or will I have to go specifically to a plus size place, which would hurt my ego since I've never done that in the US and which probably wouldn't have a great selection. Also, I wear a 7 1/2 shoe size, I should be able to find shoes easily, right?

A. shoes- you'd be a size 24.5 or 25 (its in centimeters)
and thats the biggest size that most shops make shoes in...its ridiculous!! whenever i go, im always at the "big shoes" corner since im also a 7.5 too.
clothing- ok, im a size 2 or 4, s or m at the abercrombie here. but over there, i once did not fit into an XL pair of pants. im a size 9 there (9 is the standard in Japan. the next is size 11, one size smaller is a 7, and those are the only 3 sizes they usually have a department stores) for tops. as for bottoms, lets just say that the XL pair was tiny. i just forget about the pants when i go there. plus, they dont have the best jeans anyway. the proportion just does not fit. its mostly their tops.
they also have the cutest bras. they will have sizes for everyone. theyre extremely lacy and colorful.
dont feel bad if some of the clothes run in only small sizes. if you look at them, japanese people all have the same body type. half of the stuff i try on usually do not fit right. (too short, too small, too thin)
and they make the cutest shoes and theyre really easy to walk in since japanese people walk everywhere.
and im 5'5 if that helps.

what to get:
bags (wallets too)
accessories- rings, necklaces, watches, etc.
socks & bras (usually sold in the same store)
sun dresses

what not to get:
formal dresses (800 dollars ea)

what to try:
they have amazing crepes in harajuku (are you going there?)
pet clothing

hope this helps
if you want me to add stuff, just write it in your question description and i'll check back

Question for women with wide feet?
Q. I have wide feet (like a duck, much wider across the toes than at the heel) and thick ankles. Can someone give me the name of a fashionable store (other than Naturalizer, shop there a lot) that I can get a nice, "non-grandma", pair of shoes. I need some more variety.

A. I have Fred Flinstone feet, as a friend so delicately puts it, and I usually have pretty good luck at PayLess Shoes. They have trendy shoes in larger sizes, as well as in wide width. Also, if you don't mind internet shopping, try the following for a decent selection of shoes:

Tip: before you buy ANYTHING online, check out for coupon codes!!

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Comfortable career shoes for women? Know of any? Also "business Casual" tips?

Q. Hi, I just accepted a job where the attire is business casual. I need some VERY comfortable, yet dressy shoes. I don't want heels, maybe a slight platform, but no pointy heels, I'll still need to move around, lift stuff, etc. The brand, or store where they sell the brand would be great.
Also, any tips on "Business Casual" dress code would be helpful, I've never had a good job before lol.

A. Easy Spirit or Aerosoles brand shoes are comfy...some styles are a bit grandma, but if you browse all their stuff you'll find some nice casual and even trendy ones. For Biz Casual, avoid showing toe, as in sandals, but for most places clogs are okay. Definitely No Flip Flops!...I worked with someone who showed up in a nice casual outfit to work and got in trouble for the flips! Biz casual usually means, suits, blazers and such aren't necessary....I'd definitely avoid jeans unless others at the job wear's usually smart to stick to slacks, skirts, blouses (no cleavage!) and button down shirts....avoid skirts above the knee if you're in an office setting. and can give you some good ideas ....even if you don't end up shopping them because of price, you can easily copy their styles at other department stores. To get the best picture of how to dress though, stop by the new work place and check out what everyone else is wearing. Best of luck at your new job!

comfortable dress shoes?
Q. I am an interior design intern (still two more years to graduation), and was wondering what your most comfortable dress shoes are. I've been wearing flats, and they're SO flat that the bottoms of my feet are bruised. The fabric on the cheaper shoes also irritated the bottoms of my feet. =(

I dressed up at a previous job, and any dress shoes were fine because I sat down all day, but at this job I am on my feet 90% of the day. And I wait tables at night, so I'm on my feet then too. I have great serving shoes, but I have to dress up at the internship.

These women (and men) are extremely well dressed. I absolutely cannot look out of date or not stylish. I did buy two pairs today, one was the brand Bare Traps, and the others are Nurture by Dillard's. I don't care how expensive, I just need stylish classy dressy shoes that aren't going to kill my feet. I tried on Naturalizers and they hurt. It's like I'm running a marathon, I need them to be as comfortable as the tennis shoes I'm not allowed to wear.

Is this possible?? The two pairs I got are pretty amazing. The Bare Traps are brown sandals with thick cushy soles. The Nurture are black 2 1/2" pumps. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Save my feet AND my wardrobe!!!

A. I would suggest purchasing some Dr. Scholl's shoes. They're very trendy and professional but they keep you comfortable:

However, if you just want regular shoes, I would suggest investing in one pair of loafers (wedge or flat), one pair of close-toe pumps and one pair of peep-toe sandals. This basic variety of shoes is perfect for transitioning from waiting tables to your internship. If you still find them uncomfortable, simply use Dr. Scholl's inserts for better cushioning and arch support:


Good luck!!

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Selasa, 29 April 2014

I am starting an online women shoe store I want to know where can I find trendy woman shoes that are wholesale?

Q. I want to sell trendy woman shoes at affordable prices I want to find a wholesale shoe distributor that sells nice looking woman show\e in bulk at wholesale prices

A. Don't worry.. i have one solution.. i think you should be try it.
here you can find ladies shoes or women shoes collection which you want.
i am also using it.. they have awesome collection..

Women where do you get your trendy but affordable clothes?
Q. any good web sites with cute trendy clothes, shoes, that wont burn a whole in your pockets~

A. For must have on A budget,E-bay, and craigs list.

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Victorias secret models are gorgeous?! :(?

Q. I really want to look like a victorias secret model! are they naturally born like that? do they do hardcore exercises or dieting? is it possible for me to look like one by exercising without machines to exercise with? pleeeease answer, I want to look like those girls! :(( I dont want to get abs, or arm muscle, i just want to be skinny like them with hips! is that too much to ask for though? :/

A. I'm not going to be a troll and I'm just gonna answer your question.... I have no idea what your body looks like, but if you really want to look like a model you have to take very good care of yourself. First things first, diet. If you want to lose weight, change your lifestyle and cut out carbs. Read this book about nutrition called why we get fat and what to do about it, by Gary taubes. Or go on marks daily apple .com. They will change your life and of you adopt those principles, you will be thinner, happier and many steps closer to your goal of looking like a gorgeous Vic secret model.

So nutrition is down, next is exercise. If you want to be beautifully toned and glowing and sexy, you have to work out. Working out Is hard. But there's no such thing as something for nothing. Work hard now, and look sexy and gorgeous tomorrow. Forget what you knew about female work outs. Those stupid pink tiny dumbells, and hours wasted on cardio machines don't work. If you want RESULTS and want them FAST. Then incorporate heavy lifting. This won't make you bulk up, I promise. Females only bulk up when they take hormones. Also include 2 high intensity work outs per week. Check out body If THEY don't motivate you, NOTHING can. Especially since the women there have the body you seek. calisthenics (google if you don't know what it is) is good for weight training if you don't have access to a gym.

Next is the hourglass figure. Some are born with it, others aren't. If you weren't, you can accept your body as it is, knowing that you are slim and sexy and healthy for your body type. Not everyone was born to be tall and slender. If however you need that hourglass figure you weren't born with, you could research corset training.

Next, grooming. Looking like a model isn't only about what your physical body looks like. Grow out your hair and go to a stylist and get a blowout or something glamorous. Take care of your nails, get regular manicures and pedicures. Take care of your skin! Very important. Can't have acne if you want to look like a model. Next, master the art of applying makeup to yourself, to accentuate your very best features, and hide the ones that are not exactly 'photoshoot ready' lol I highly reccommend going to a professional and find out how exactly to achieve the best look for you, and what products work with your unique skin tone.

Next, is dress... You don't have to break the bank on hi end clothes, but the biggest thing is to buy quality garments for every day wear, like your staples. I mean natural fibers, or good blends. Clothing that is sewn properly etc. and make sure they fit you! Get your clothing altered to fit YOUR body. You can spend a little less on the trendier items, but still ensure that they fit you. Invest in a high quality leather hand bag. And don't skimp on your shoes. You will need to wear heels, and inexpensive heels hurt your feet and don't last long and just generally suck. If you can afford it, there are some online stores that make somewhat custom shoes, google search them. They may not be bespoke as in perfectly molded to your foot, but they are way better than nothing at all. Bunions and corns are NOT cute.
Next are accessories, a cute watch, nice sunglasses always make people look a bit more glamorous whether in their hair, or over the eyes. Nice but not gaudy jewelry. Belts etc can really pull together an outfit. Remember to stay true to your own style. Which bring me to my next point.

Your attitude and demeanor. Walk tall, be confident, and if your not confident after all of that then you need to do some soul searching lol. But this should be the easiest part. Let your personality shine through. Don't be mean or bitchy now that you look gorgeous. Be nice and people will love you even more. Be classy. Train your mind as much as you trained your body. Read a lot and make yourself witty and intelligent. Develop other interests besides fashion and your looks. You've got it all now, you don't need to obsess about it... Study art, learn the guitar, read some literature, do photography, idk embrace your passion and live your life to the fullest.

Don't let people get you down. You have only one life to live. There's nothing wrong with setting a standard and working towards that. Your standard is Victoria secret model, then to for it! Most people don't have the courage to seek improvement and go for way they want.

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Should I take all the hosiery out of my 4 sockdrawers and hand them out to the chicken legged women I saw?

Q. I was in a foodcourt downtown today where there are alot of office workers. I was shocked at the number of women who although they were wearing dresses (I give them points for that) they were bare legged! It is totally gross to look at white chicken legs under a dress. I am light skinned myself and never go bare legged in public, let alone to an office job. I also saw women in slacks with open toed shoes. Yuck, who wants to look at toes and feet in a food area? I have about 100 pairs of trendy tights and hosiery. Should I take them downtown and hand them out to my poor bare legged sisters?

I don't care if the weather is hot, looking good comes before comfort.

A. i agree 100% they should cover up those legs

Are sandals really bad for your feet?
Q. Do they cause you trouble when you get older?

A. Are flip-flops damaging your career?

New York - With more women wearing flip-flops to the office this summer, U.S. style gurus are warning that the casual shoe once mainly seen on the beach could be damaging to careers -- as well as to feet.

Lauren Cardinale, 25, who works at West Glen Communications, wears beaded or other fancy flip flops to the office -- when she can get away with it.

"Occasionally I wear flip flops to work," she said. "I wear nicer shoes if I'm meeting with clients or if I know there will someone in the office who doesn't approve of flip flops."

Cardinale is one of thousands of young women in New York who consider flip-flops an essential part of their summer wardrobe.

An online survey conducted for retailers Old Navy and Gap found flip-flops topped the list of wardrobe items that college and high school students planned to wear to work this summer.

More than 31 percent of women said flip-flops were the single "must have" item for work this summer.

But many companies disagree.

"The dress code says no beach wear and flip-flops are considered beach wear," said a spokeswoman for BNP Paribas.

Style gurus warn that flip-flops, which are worn mainly by younger women, could be harmful to a career.

"Shoes convey the mood of a woman. Wearing flip-flops conveys the mood that you are relaxed and on vacation. That's not a good message in the office," said Meghan Cleary, a style commentator who wrote the book "The Perfect Fit: What Your Shoes Say About You."

Doctors say it's not just careers they could harm.

Physicians at the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons say flip-flops are linked to a growing number of heel problems among teens and young adults.

"We're seeing more heel pain than ever in patients 15 to 25 years old, a group that usually doesn't have this problem," said spokeswoman Marybeth Crane in a recent statement.

She said flip-flops with thin soles have no arch support and can accentuate any abnormal biomechanics in foot motion which eventually brings pain and inflammation.

Flip-flops are far from new, dating back at least 70 years and believed developed out of traditional Japanese woven or wooden soled sandals in New Zealand.

The basic flat sole with a Y-shaped strap, that passes between the toes and around either side of the foot, is known in every nation and to every social class.

In developing countries, they are the cheapest -- and often only -- form of footwear, easy to make and easy to fit.

The term "flip-flop" derives from the noise they make while slapping against the wearer's heels and the floor but they are also known as thongs in Australia, jandals in New Zealand, and slippers in Hawaii.

But flip-flops took on a new life among the young and trendy a few years ago. They have surged in popularity with shops now selling them in every conceivable colour, with sequins, flowers, and even bridal flip-flops with over 300 Swarovski crystals on the straps for about $140 (77 pounds) a pair.

Last June the Northwestern University's champion women's lacrosse team was widely criticised for wearing flip-flops when they visited the White House and met President George W. Bush.

Ellen Campuzano, president of the Committee of Colour and Trends, a New York-based forecasting service specialising in footwear and accessories, thinks flip-flops' popularity will wane.

"Usually these trends come and go in about five years," she said. "I think we've reached the peak, they can't be any more widespread, so maybe next summer something will replace them."

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Senin, 28 April 2014

I am starting an online women shoe store I want to know where can I find trendy woman shoes that are wholesale?

Q. I want to sell trendy woman shoes at affordable prices I want to find a wholesale shoe distributor that sells nice looking woman show\e in bulk at wholesale prices

A. Don't worry.. i have one solution.. i think you should be try it.
here you can find ladies shoes or women shoes collection which you want.
i am also using it.. they have awesome collection..

What are some trendy clothing stores for a rising freshman girl???
Q. I need clothes, and shoes, and eearings, so any stores will help, EXCEPT american Eagle Hollister stores of that sort.

A. oh gosh.. i have bunches.
(torrid is a plus size store.. but i use it cuz they have cute accessories and shoes)

have fun!

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Inexpensive, Trendy shoes online?

Q. N e one know where i can find some cute cheap shoes on the web?

These links will take you right to the shoes they sell!!! I will try to find more link for you!!
Hope it helps!!!

Shoes questions for women?
Q. What do you think...ladies?
1. After a day of work do you ever come home with your feet hurting?
2. If so then what kind of job do you have?
3. Have your feet ever hurt so bad you took you shoes off?
4. Would you like to have your feet massaged after a day of work?
5. What are the most painful shoes you have ever worn?
6. Whats your favorite color for a pedicure?
7. Would you rather have a back rub or foot rub after a day of work?
8. Would you consider it a good thing if a guy offered to massage your feet for you when they hurt?
9. Would you rather go shopping in comfort of flip flops or look trendy and wear heels and end the day with sore feet?
10. Would your feet hurt worse standing for 8 hours in flip flops or for 3 hours in 4inch heels?
Thanks for answering

A. 1. i work from home so i don't wear shoes around the house.
2. i work from home so i don't wear shoes around the house.
3. YES!! i went on an immense pub crawl once, i was aching to the bones. i couldn't work next day, and i was sick on my brand new stilettos!
4. i would if i didn't work from home! i still like a foot massage anyway.
5. 8 inch stilettos!!!! i know its crazy, but it was a dare when i was about 17. i only wore them once!
6. Au naturale or crazy red!
7. a foot rub.
8. definetely! especially as im single!
9. if they were really cute then probably flats (perhaps not flip flops).
10. 8 hours in flip flops because i have this condition with weak bones in my feet and i need some elevation!


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Minggu, 27 April 2014

Cute trendy shoes!!!!!!!!!?

Q. I wear a size 11/12 in women where do I find cute sandals/ tennis shoes/ dressy flip flops

A. I also wear an 11. I find my shoes at Nine West, Macy's and places like American eagle. I hope this helped!!

What sneakers/casual shoes are trendy right now for young women?
Q. Hi, I'm 20 and I'm looking for some sneakers or casual shoes that are somewhat like sneakers. I plan on wearing them a lot during the fall season. I want to a buy a few pairs. So my question is, what brand or style is hot right now for fall 2007? I know boots and other classy style are in but I'm looking for somewhat comfortable casual sneakers. I hope sneakers is the right word for my question. My definition of a sneaker in this case is a shoe that resembles workout/sports attire but can be worn outside the gym. If any girls out there have some advice, please feel free to comment. :)

A. From my point of view,adidas superstar are they are cool every year,every season....
Sth like this,a merge between ballet and sports shoes are really nice and casual you could try finding some a bit more colourful

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Tip for trendy shoes... ?

Q. I wears converses all time and I wants a different style of shoe.. I'm sixteen and is there any good stylish walking shoes for me? I'm from Canada. Don't give out some American stores that aren't in Canada.

A. Brand Name�UGG Boots
UGG advantage: versatility, super warm, comfortable, cute
UGG disadvantage: heavy, wearing them will make you seems stubborn
For what people: women, men, old, young all people
What to wear with: jeans, legging, trench and so on.
Shopping guide:

Opinions on these Shoes pleease :))?

Also do you think they're okay for a 15 yo girl cause i thought they looked like toms but all the reviews were from like old people....

A. yes, they will look great! those kinds of shoes are super trendy right now, and you are getting a deal, because real toms cost more than $55!

good luck sweetie! :)

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Which color Uggs should i get?

Q. I'm getting Uggs for Christmas. I'm getting the Classis Tall ones. I can't pick if i want the Sand color or the Chesnut. I want the sand ones more because not a lot of people at my school/town have that color. Almost everyone has the Chesnut ones, and i wanted to be different. But i think the Chesnut ones are so CUTE! I'm just so confused. Which ones do you think are cuter? Please help...,default,pd.html?dwvar_5815_color=NAVY&start=2&cgid=women-boots-classic#pr-header-5815 Thats them.

A. You should really read this article before you get those.

What can I/should I wear? Please help!?
Q. I've been trying so hard to get my first job. I'm 18 and really want a job. Especially soon so I can buy Christmas gifts for my family and boyfriend. I check on Safeway everyday and they're finally hiring as a courtesy clerk.

I applied several months ago and was told by an employee that if I go in person and talk with the manager I have a better chance of getting hired since they get so many applications. I REALLY want this job.

But I have nothing 'interview like' to wear. I just have jeans. I have some nice tops, and a pair of white flats, but they have silver spikes on them.... I have a really dark pair of denim skinny jeans, light denim skinnies, dark denim boot cut jeans, etc.

I don't have money right now to go and buy an interview like outfit, and neither do my parents. My grandma would probably take me but I don't want to ask her to come down(they live 2 hours away) and they just came down on Sunday.

What should I wear? Or should I ask my grandma if she would be able to take me to get an outfit?

A. The employees are right.. it IS best to speak to the manager, in person. It's also mandatory to follow-up re: your continued interest every single week with the manager, after applying. Several months since you applied..?! That's w-a-a-y too long to wait. It's necessary for you to phone and/ or go in personally and reiterate your interest. They likely wouldn't even keep the applications after a few months.

Some places are disorganised and unless an applicant really pesters them, they won't remember anyone who applied. Go in, in person, and look clean and pulled-together. Never go shopping at that store when you look a mess (not that you would. just saying).
Try for this:

Re-apply. Ask for another application. Re-introduce yourself. Stand tall/ straight shoulders. Look the manager directly in the eye. Be personable. Shake the manager's hand. Tell him/ her you're available to be "on-call", and would be willing to work in any department/ any position in the store. Ask about being a bagger as well. Tell them you love to help people. Tell them you catch-on quickly and love that Safeway. Smile.

Take the application home with you vs. filling it out at the store. That gives you time to write very clearly and legibly, and also gives you the opportunity to come back and hand it to the manager, directly. Ask if there are any other positions available and let them know that you're willing and able to work hard and take any position. Let them know you're available "on-call". If they train you, you'll be able to fill in if a permanent employee calls in sick, etc. It's a great way to get ones foot in the door. Being"on-call" means they'll phone at a moment's notice to have you run in and take the shift if an employee can't make it. They'll see how eager and readily available you are.. and make you a permanent staff member.

Also note that there are several managers at a grocery store (1 for each shift), as well as an operations manager. The best thing to do when applying for a job/ meeting with a potential boss, is to dress and look as if you already have the job. If the manager feels that you (anyone) looks like they 'belong', or already works there, as if the person would fit-in seamlessly.. he/ she will be more likely to bring the person on.

You want to aim for clean-cut, freshly-scrubbed, pressed and clean clothing. A simple, cotton, button-down, collared shirt (freshly pressed) with simple, flat-front khakis (not the trendy, skinny version).. the loose-fit/ slim-fit is best. A solid neutral cardigan or blazer would be nice, too. Work-friendly dark shoes are best. White flats with studs won't work.. not for this. Skinny jeans or skinny anything won't work.. too trendy.

This is what you want to aim for re: clothing for work at the store, as well as what to wear for any/ all interviews or dropping off the application, etc.

Cotton, long-sleeved or short sleeved, plain, solid colours and must be freshly-pressed. Dark blue, black, navy, olive or tan coloured, work trousers. A simple, non-bling-y belt. Hair neatly pulled-back and clean. Minimal make-up. No jewellery (except for a watch).

Work shoes:
(industrial-type work shoes that are practical for people who're on their feet for many hours)

Women's uniform work trousers:

Women's uniform work shirt:

..or a solid polo-style shirt (pressed):

Women's work shoes:

Yes.. I know.. not cute ^. But it isn't supposed to be cute. You need to look like a customer service representative and that's what they wear. Any JC Penney's, Sears, Walmart, Kmart, Target, uniform supply store, Dickies store, Ross, TJ Maxx, Mervyns, Marshall's.. any thrift store will have the trousers, shirts and shoes you need. I strongly suggest a local thrift store. They all have heaps of cotton, button-down shirts, simple work trousers and work shoes. A solid cardigan over the top (or a simple navy blazer) would be nice.

Review your application and make sure you have references. I know it's your first job but you need to have a neighbour, a family friend, former teacher to vouch for you. List them as a personal reference, so the manager may phone and ask about you. If you've ever babysat for anyone.. they could be a reference, too.

Good luck.

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