Sometimes men's boots and shoes are perfect for a female look. There is some discussion on conversion of size. Well, we all know its best to actually try something on, but size conversion can be estimated pretty good.
One shopper writes: I do not know what size will be correct for women. I wear a size 10 1/2 in women's (US Sizing) , but prefer to buy size 11 shoes. Mostly men's sizes are two sizes lower than women's, so I chose men's size 9, but I want to be sure before I buy them. Thanks!
Which websites or stores that have cheap petite women's shoes?
Okay, so I am like a size 3/4, And I really want to buy some heels (I am 4'9" tall). Problem is, I can't find any anywhere! And whenever I do find some, they are super pricey! Like $80 and up! The only heels I can fit into are wedge sneakers, and that's only because I wear really thick socks. Please help! I hate being small :(
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I write novels about strong and powerful women. The women, however, are not ‘mannish’ in the slightest. These are women in charge of their femininity and understand the value and strength found in being ‘Woman’.
“A woman exists always, but a mother is made only the moment her baby is born.”
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