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17-11-2005
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That's so awful Guessgirl .I hope you manage to get the situation sorted out to your satisfaction.

Thanks! I actually listed the store credit up on eBay, it's going to be at a loss of course, but I feel $800 cash is worth more to me than $925 Versace Store credit. It still sucks though

 
 
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those mj ruffle booties are GREAT!!!...
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nay to the bloomie's booties...
and yay to the enzo's....




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Thanks! I actually listed the store credit up on eBay, it's going to be at a loss of course, but I feel $800 cash is worth more to me than $925 Versace Store credit. It still sucks though

guessgirl...

question...
do you actually think you are going to get $800...?...
do things priced that high really sell well on ebay...
i mean...it's definitely a good deal for the buyer...
but are there buyers like that on ebay?...

*i'm only asking cause i have some stuff i need to put up...
thanks...

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guessgirl...

question...
do you actually think you are going to get $800...?...
do things priced that high really sell well on ebay...
i mean...it's definitely a good deal for the buyer...
but are there buyers like that on ebay?...

*i'm only asking cause i have some stuff i need to put up...
thanks...
Things that expenisve definaltey do sell on eBay, the most I've ever selled something was my brothers 10k super charger, but I've sold lots of things from $10 to $1000. I've baught lots of store credits and gift cirtificates on ebay, that way you pay less for current season, non sale items... Seams like a good deal to me :-)

 
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OK, thanks everybody. So my fashion sense is a work in progress... tonight I bought the Enzo pumps and the Enzo (aka Bloomies) black suede clogs (I'm just going to call them soft suede mules as a euphemism to feel better about that). *But* I promise to take back the previous two clogs I posted (a black pair and brown pair).

:p Honest.

I think this is a good move especially because I'm planning to wear the "soft suede mules" as a replacement for a flatter and more meh pair of warm, comfy shoes.

I will only wear the "soft suede mules" when otherwise I would be sorely tempted to just wear fuffy bedroom slippers.

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... of course, that's all the time.

Your continuing patience is appreciated.

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Another pair of boots! These are the gucci boots I've been waiting for forever. I'm not sure, no boots seem to look good on me. Are the wrinkles above the knee normal? I'd think even someone with skinny legs would get that after they stand down and stand back up. yay or nay?
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This was the kind of pointy I meant for basic black pumps... I'm usually somewhat point phobic but these did not make me feel like I had witch-flippers on. They look great in person and are extremely comfortable (Enzo Angiolini: Zinnon)
I think those are too pointed to stand the test of time.

The long [alligator/crocodile length] nose is not very appealing. Not sure if any of you have seen the Mercury commercial with the girl [would love to know who she is!] in a blue sweater and blue long-nose heels, but that's what I mean.

I believe the classic almond toe will always be around in boots, pumps and flats.

 
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Guessgirl I really love those boots and they look great on you.

However,I cannot comment on the vagaries of the jeans-in-boots look and whether or not they are good for wearing in this way,because I don't do that look myself.

 
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louboutin vs. mj (which are more versatile?) or both?


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pinky: personally i prefer the louboutins although if you are rough on your shoes, suede is not as durable as leather.

the MJs are not really doing much for me....i would defintalely prefer the more natural rounded toe of the louboutins

 
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actually they're velvet which is even more worrisome!

 
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Guessgirl I really love those boots and they look great on you.

However,I cannot comment on the vagaries of the jeans-in-boots look and whether or not they are good for wearing in this way,because I don't do that look myself.
thanks quirky! I like them, but I dont think I like them enough to keep them for the price I payed, so I'm prabably returning them, but would still appreciate opinions...

pinky -- I preffer the louboutins

 
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louboutin vs. mj (which are more versatile?) or both?

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the mj, hands down.

i dont like the shape of the first pair..

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louboutin vs. mj (which are more versatile?) or both?

both...definitely....
very nice...

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I like them both too Pinky!

However, I think the MJ would be more versatile strictly based on the material. Velvet is going to limit your options. I'm really just thinking of weather when I say that

 
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