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  • David's shoe store - Toronto
    A true shoe conoisseur never misses a chance to walk through David's on Bloor Street. Highlight: Their seasonal sales are a great time to stock up on fabulous buys. I scored a fabulous pair of Yves St. Laurent boots at one of their sales at half off the original $1000 ticket price. Drawback: You can sometimes find the same shoes elsehwere for a better price. That being said, David's service and insight is unparelled.

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August 29, 2005

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Julie Painchaud

I own a high-end consignment store in San Jose, Ca. The shoes that we consign mostly are never worn designs or maybe worn once or twice. I see nothing wrong with someone getting the benefit of a pair of Jimmie Choo shoes that are brand new in the box for one third the retail price. As far as wearing someone else's shoes, a little examination can tell you if you are not getting something barely worn. You try on shoes in the store that have been tried on by others so what's the difference if you can save a lot??

shoelover

Um thanx.......I can now sleep a little less easy at night.......

Frankie

I'm a women's shoe fetisher and go to thrift stores daily looking for black shoes that turn me on.

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Shoelover approves of the suggestion...and appreciates your discretion. ;)

feetman78

I have a friend who sells her used shoes on ebay.
When I was younger, I purchased shoes at thirft shops, but I would not do that now.
I would purchase used women's shoes, but that is whole other issue that you don't go into on your blog.

shoelover

I'm with you on that sentiment. It was a moment of momentary insanity that I'm glad I didn't succumb to.

-E

I can't bring myself to wear someone's used shoes. I don't know what it is, just seems wrong haha.

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