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Tailypo
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Date: 5/21/06 3:46 AM

Reproduction vintage shoes

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Date: 5/21/06 7:41 AM

Omigosh! I LOVE these shoes!! I think they'd look great with any classic pants outfit.

I'd label you an enabler, but $188 is more than I will spend on a shoe, do all I can do is look & drool. Thanks for the linK. It's nice to know that these stylish shoes are out there, in case I win the lottery.

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Date: 5/21/06 8:17 AM

wow what great looking shoes!!!! I wish I had the money and need for some of these...

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Date: 5/21/06 9:53 AM

OMG, I can *so* see Cambric Tea in these shoes!

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Date: 5/21/06 10:19 AM

Debbie - I'm with you. I felt the same way - Cambric Tea is ideal for these shoes

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Date: 5/21/06 10:20 AM

You are a bad, BAD girl!

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Date: 5/21/06 12:02 PM

Aw, thanks ladies. That's so sweet.


They are beautiful, and they'll never go out of style but
I'll have to sit this hand out, 70 dollars is always my limit.

(It's all about Target, usually.)


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"Today there are so many people, so many things, so many emotions, and the more there is, the less I want. The more man flies to the moon, the more I want to sit and look at a tree. The more I live in a city, the more I search for a blade of grass." Audrey Hepburn, Vogue Magazine, 1971

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Date: 5/21/06 3:48 PM

OMG...those shoes are TO DIE FOR...

That site is the first thing that has made me think DEEPLY about what a hardship it has been to have to wear nothing but Dansk clogs for the past couple of years.

Maybe printing some of these out will be incentive to hit the yoga ball and other physical therapy exercises harder in order to return my back to a condition that will allow for other shoe choices. Now that chronic, horrifying pain is no longer the issue (as long as I wear "therapeutic shoes" stuffed with orthotics) I've slacked off a bit. These may be just the ticket.

Thanks. I'm DROOLING...

Terry

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Date: 5/21/06 7:56 PM

I love, love, LOVE those pumps. (the babydoll ones) and there's a pair of red shoes with ankle strap my DD (age 25) would love too. Now, if only my pocketbook could support the desire.

Has anyone tried these shoes? Are they worth the price?


Claire

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Date: 5/21/06 8:22 PM

OMG, I *need* the Rita platform slingback with optional bow! You are such an enabler. ;-)

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