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Not to my taste, but wooden watches are not without pedigree: Image credit: hqmilton.com
Yes, nothing bad will happen to your shoes.
Re malaka, if you'd worn them for the last two years the soles would have been ready to replace now!
When the care products cost more than the shoes.
Why don't you call them?
And with its "Ring Lock System" you're also safe to go for a spicy meal.
(Secretly, which one do you hope she chooses?)
How much discount did you want?
FWIW my experience is that Loake's rubber quarter heels wear by far the slowest of the brands I've worn (which include almost all the Northampton makers). I don't know what they're made of, but it's no ordinary rubber!
 You need to ascertain whether this is just normal "nap" or whether the suede has been damaged by overbrushing. If it is just the nap standing up, then brushing (or even wiping by hand) in the opposite direction will smooth it back down. I must admit it looks rather too severe to be nap. If you have damaged the leather, then you could try singeing the "hairs" off carefully with a flame. I have done this successfully for frayed stitching but never for damaged leather like...
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