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Sally Stone

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Tonight, I was shopping for a new pair of boots.  I couldn't find anything I really liked, but accidently stumbled upon these at Macy's.  I can't really say I need another pair of high-heel pumps, but how can a girl resist shoes as pretty as these, especially when they are in my (hard-to-find) size?  There are so many things I can wear with these.  They are supposed to be shipped in 5 to 8 days and I can't wait.


INC Zitah Pump.JPG

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Those really are nice! I love purple :)


Speaking of hard-to-find sizes, if you ever happen across a magical place with the equivalent of men's 13 wide (I guess that would be 14.5 or 15 wide?), let me know!

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Kay, I did find them online.  I was on the Macy's website, my go to store for clothes, but in the past I had only ever seen women's shoes up to size 12.  I wear a 13 medium width and these were my size, so, I was pleasantly surprised, and you know, I just had to buy them.


Heathick, the only shoe brand I know of personally that has women's shoes in those sizes is Pleaser.  Their shoes are sold on Amazon and at Shoemall.com.  

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I'm working my way up -- getting simultaneous high sprains in both ankles when I fall off my shoes seems like the likely outcome otherwise. I'm at low sandals, probably only 1" heels, if that. High enough so when I wear them all day, then put on lounge socks, I can feel the tenons stretching in my calves. My next step will be 2" high, maybe some of those cork wedgy style? Gotta wait for Social Security to arrive, and my first E. patches, too. Yay! But now I think I'll go shopping....


~~A hug for everybody from Lee~~

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On 10/1/2020 at 6:59 AM, Sally Stone said:

I wear a 13 medium width and these were my size

Thank you, Sally!  I am 12.5-13 myself, but never tried the Macy's online.  I will give it a look! 


Enjoy those pumps!  They will look awesome on you❣️

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Just got a text letting me know my shoes have arrived, so on Sunday morning, when the mall opens, I will go to pick them up.  Can't wait to try them on.

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Greetings All, DSW has women sizes up to 13. I just ordered a pair of size 13 pumps that are arriving at my local store on Monday for me to pick up. They will also deliver them to you house for free if the orders are over a certain amount.  The options at size 13 are a little limited compared to the other sizes. When I did buy the pumps there were over 190 shoes / boots that came in size 13. 

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I just wanted to follow up regarding my new shoes.  Walked in them all morning and they were obviously pretty stiff for being new, but they felt really great.  They shouldn't take very long to break in.  I took a picture wearing them, so you can see how they look on real feet.

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Well, a pretty pair of pumps can make anyone's legs look great.  That's why we all love high-heels so much, right?


Kay, these are keepers.  I actually have a purple dress that will go great with these.

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hey Sally-they are pretty shoes and you do have nice legs.  I hope you are going to post a picture of you wearing the purple dress and the new shoes.!

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Those shoes are gorgeous ? and I have to say...with or without the pumps, your legs are lovely too!


There’s no doubt this combination is going to turn some heads, hon?


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