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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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September 21, 2005

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Shoelover

Diva,

Many people think the goal of clothing is to blend in..........not stand out. Dressing to stand out inspires confidence.

Hell Shoeguy, who dresses like a bum half of the time, wears a bow tie when he puts on a suit. How many people do you know who wear bow ties. Hell, how many guys do you know who can tie a bow tie?

Amber

Hey, Shoelover, I think the clear shoe boxes are just about the greatest thing since... well... shoes, but I wear a 9 1/2. Will my huge shoes fit? Also, do you have anything for boots?

Diva Leigh

I thought your original post was right on! The WSJ article was more than a little vague and contradictory. As a "woman of a certain age" I see those safe, frumpy career outfits every day and they do not give the the wearer an automatic impression of competent professionalism. A woman can be smartly dressed in feminine, fashionable clothes without showing t & a. I, for one, also purchased some pink high-heeled mules to wear with jeans (and no, I do not consider it casual Friday wear). I will wear heels to the grave!

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