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post #16 of 19
Snarkiness aside, it sounds as though you have a ways to go before you are ready to be a consultant. As far as shoes go, if money is an issue check out what's for sale here and on ebay. If you need more cushion consider getting an insert. Also consider the time you will spend on your feet and where you will spend it. Running from a parking ramp to an office is a lot different than walking downtown streets and skyways all day long. Are you visiting heavy equipment or construction sites? Are you going to get wet? Are you going to get chemicals or grease on them?
post #17 of 19
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Wrong.
post #18 of 19
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Wow very funny.. you must be so cool! No, I was not laid off. A proper well made shoe can provide both comfort and good looks, I prefer not to add in Dr Scholls. So I will add you to the "what people will do anonymous on-line" but never do to a persons face. As I have not been wearing suits dress shoes for work in over 10 years I did want some of the good peoples advice and would like to thank all the people that gave their opinions,
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Translation: Hello wise and venerable StyleForum denizens I grovel at your feet for I am not worthy of the wisdom you may grant me.Translation: I am now consulting after being laid off and need to look nice as I cultivate prospective clients. Translation: This field will require me to dress more traditionally than I have in the past. Translation: Non-sequitur brand mention. Translation: I am overweight and have foot pain issues for which I wore casual shoes with high arch supports. Translation: My mother is worried about foot pain issues. Translation: What kind of crappy shoe should I wear because I have never heard of a cushion insole such as the famous Dr. Scholls recommends? Translation: I do not like to make decisions. Please instruct me on what to do. Translation: Translation: I do not like to make decisions. Please instruct me on what to do. Translation: These shoes must be all purpose, low cost, fashionable and suddenly I no longer care about comfort so shoes with broken glass in the bottom are fine as well. _______________________________
post #19 of 19
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Wow very funny.. you must be so cool! No, I was not laid off. A proper well made shoe can provide both comfort and good looks, I prefer not to add in Dr Scholls. So I will add you to the "what people will do anonymous on-line" but never do to a persons face. As I have not been wearing suits dress shoes for work in over 10 years I did want some of the good peoples advice and would like to thank all the people that gave their opinions,
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Originally Posted by Master Squirrel View Post
Translation: Hello wise and venerable StyleForum denizens I grovel at your feet for I am not worthy of the wisdom you may grant me.Translation: I am now consulting after being laid off and need to look nice as I cultivate prospective clients. Translation: This field will require me to dress more traditionally than I have in the past. Translation: Non-sequitur brand mention. Translation: I am overweight and have foot pain issues for which I wore casual shoes with high arch supports. Translation: My mother is worried about foot pain issues. Translation: What kind of crappy shoe should I wear because I have never heard of a cushion insole such as the famous Dr. Scholls recommends? Translation: I do not like to make decisions. Please instruct me on what to do. Translation: Translation: I do not like to make decisions. Please instruct me on what to do. Translation: These shoes must be all purpose, low cost, fashionable and suddenly I no longer care about comfort so shoes with broken glass in the bottom are fine as well. _______________________________

Were you able to decide on Shoe brand and models? Which ones did you buy and where from? How much $$ ?

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