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Payless Back to Life

Sally Stone

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I know that finding shoes in larger sizes can be a challenge, but I just learned that Payless Shoe Source is re-emerging from bankruptcy.  Their new website is now live https://www.payless.com/


In addition to the online presence, the company plans to reopen some of their brick and mortar stores as well.  This is great news because they always offered nice styles and reasonable prices in sizes up to 13. The new website doesn't have a lot of offerings yet, but looks encouraging just the same.  

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Yahoo!  Their selections are typically not expensive so we can stock up! 

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Payless seems not to deliver to Switzerland because I couldn't fill out the delivery form completely. Their system didn't accept my phone number and I couldn't proceed to find out if the shipping cost would be higher as the cost of the shoes itself. I am wearing size 11 and 12, depending on the brand. Sometimes a big 10 or a small 13 does fit too. My collection is reaching now more than 500 pairs of sandals, stiletto pumps and boots. I did set up a shoe wall at my new place showing 96+ pairs of pumps. Most of the shoes I got from auctions I won at a company in my country that is running a business model like ebay.


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4 hours ago, Marilynn said:

My collection is reaching now more than 500 pairs of sandals, stiletto pumps and boots.

OMG! Marylin!  what a wonderful collection of shoes! ? Every girls dream❣️

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10 hours ago, KayC said:

OMG! Marylin!  what a wonderful collection of shoes! ? Every girls dream❣️

Thank you KayC, I started to collect shoes since I bought my first pair at the age of 17. I was shivering of fear at that time to get caught but today it's lots of joy doing that.

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I have been watching the new Payless website fairly closely.  I usually visit it every couple of days because now that it is up and running, more shoe styles are being added.  Yesterday, when I opened the site there was a new pair of dress booties available in my size, so, I just had to have them.  Even better, when I went to check out, I received free shipping.  Yippee!  I can't wait to wear these.  Anyway, I just had to share.



Vanda Buckle Bootie.JPG

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These are definitely cute, but the heel looks like a killer ?
I really like the fashionable presentation of the buckle.

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It's interesting you mentioned the heel height, because after I ordered these, I went back to check the stated heel height on the website and to my surprise it said four inches.  Reading that, I panicked a little bit, because I've only ever worn four inch heels for special occasions.  When I first saw them, the heel didn't appear to look that high.   Well, the good news is, the actual height is only a little over 3 inches and the booties are actually quite comfortable-not too high for me.  I can't wait to wear them this weekend.  I plan to pair them with a red skirt that hems just above the knee.  

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