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Bates Duty Boots, Composite Toe Boots & Tactical Boots
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Collaboration Advice from Philly Shoe Goddess
Elena Brennan and I met when I was an ad rep for the Philadelphia Weekly. In the last decade I have seen my then client, and now close friend transform f...
Pediped Shoe Giveaway
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Lightweight Wedding Gowns We Love
Light and airy, lace-embellished gowns effortlessly elevate romantic style to fashionable heights.
How Fashion Girls Wear Sneakers With Jeans
Today we're showing you how to wear sneakers with jeans like a street style star!
Ankle Strap Sandal Heels
Give any outfit an instant boost with LANDEN by Steve Madden. Stunning ankle strap sandal heels are simple and sexy; pair with jeans or a dress.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Womens Casual Shoes
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How is a Cowboy Boots Supposed to Fit?
Paul and I get asked just about every day, "How are my cowboy boots supposed to fit?" For those that never put on a cowboy boots, this make complete sense. They often look pointy and have a high heel. Ouch and strange! To many this visual forewarns discomfort. But, for people that never put one on, and then do they are usually pleasantly surprised on how comfortable a well-made cowboy boots feel. Luckily, for us and ya'all who know boots, when fitted properly, they are super comfy. This may explain one of the reasons why cowboy boots have been an American tradition for over 200 years.So here are some deets: In a cowboy boot, ones toes needs to be about 3/4" to 1 ½ ” back from the tip of the boot. So…