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OMIGOSH GREY OR BLACK SPARKLY UGGS?

OKAY SO I SPOTTED THOSE ONLINE SEARCHING FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND I HAVE TO HAVE THEM!!!! I WANTED THE GREY OR THE BLACK ONES PREFERABLLY BLACK I AM A SIZE 8 AND DO THEY RUN SMALL?? ANYWAYS THE UGG STORE DOESNT HAVE THEM IN STOCK IN MY SIZE SO WERE CAN I GET THEM FOR A GOOD PRICE??? THANKS!!!
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the cheapest would probably be online from the ugg website, but im sure if this style become very popular there will be knockoffs

and i like the black the best
i have a black pair and a gray pair of the regular ones, which i like the gray
but i like the black in these ones
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    ok, properly too a lot of human beings have tan/brown ones so it incredibly is stable which you're going for something different. i could get gray. I even have gray uggs and that i admire them! They pass with each thing without being too severe (black)! wish this enables! (:
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    you should check Dillards i know they sell Uggs and they have sales around this time of year, so it should be good to check it out, and see if they have them. :-)
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How to Get Smell Out of Toms Shoes

Toms Shoes represent a wonderful cross between a shoe and slipper. It is exactly this balance that presents a problem, as many people prefer to wear their Tom’s without socks. When worn without socks, sweat, oils and dead skin can build up and odorous bacteria can triumph.


 

Fortunately, there are several things that can be done to return freshness to Toms Shoes. By following some of the below suggestions, foot odors can be lifted out and prevented from returning.

 
 
 

TOMS Smell Removal Solutions

1 White Vinegar

This chemical compound is widely used for breaking down the odors within the household.  Put your Tom shoes within a pillow case and tie the end.  Place within the washing machine and begin a cold detergent wash cycle.  While the water is filling with water, add in a cup of white vinegar to give an extra boost to the wash.  After the wash has completed, remove the shoes and place in direct sunlight to air dry.  Take precaution to avoid using the dryer as this could potentially lead to shrinking of the shoe.

 

2 Baking Soda

This household substance works fantastic at absorbing foot related odors. Place shoes within a pillow case, tie the end and place within the washing machine.  After adding normal detergent, measure a half cup of baking soda and run the wash cycle on cold.  After completion, air dry in direct sunlight and avoid use of drying machine.

 

3 Shower With Them On

This is a fun and effective solution to removing odor from your Toms.  Place Toms on before entering the shower, and proceed within the shower as normal.  For an added effect, you can apply some shampoo to each shoe, making sure to rub it in and rinse them to remove the soapy formula.  After showering, keep the shoes on throughout your day.  Within a 4-5 hours, they should be completely dry and smelling fresh.

 

4 Walk Odor Out with Baking Soda + Baby Powder

When smells develop, you can simply walk the odor out with the aid of baking soda and baby powder.  Mix a powder formula of baking soda and baby powder, and pour within a container to be kept in an easily accessible location.  Before using Toms, scoop a teaspoon of this powder and place within each shoe.  As you walk the baby powder will absorb new sweat, and the baking soda will neutralize the long-lasting odors with the Toms.

 

5 Freeze Them

Freezing the shoes will have an effect of killing the odorous bacteria within the shoes.  Place the Toms within a ziplock bag and place within a freezer for 48-72 hours.  After 2-3 days, remove them from the zip lock bag and place within direct sunlight for 1-2 hours to thaw out.

 

6 Coffee Grounds

This remedy works fantastic at absorbing odors and replacing them with a subtle coffee aroma.  Place two coffee filters on the counter, and pour half a cup of coffee grounds within each.  Strategically bring the edges of the coffee filter together and fasten each with a rubber band.  Next, place the coffee ground enclosed filter balls within the end of each shoe, and place shoes within an enclosed paper bag.  After 48-72 hours have passed, return to remove the freshen Toms and place back into use.

 

7 Anti-Monkey Butt

This is a fun new product that can help in deodorizing your shoes.  Pour a small portion of this product within each shoe, and give it a good shake allowing the powder to cover the interior of the shoe.   Provide 24-48 hours for the powder to set in before knocking the product powder out from the interior of the Toms shoes.

 


 
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Ditch the High-Heeled Shoes

by Emily on February 22, 2012

This guest post was provided by Eleanor Carmichael, the MUN advisor at El Toro High School.

Okay ladies, let’s talk about shoes.

You love them, I love them, the chairs love them. High-heeled shoes are great. They may you feel more attractive and confident. They make you taller, and therefore more competitive. They make you look professional.

They also make you look like a chicken.

As a current Model UN advisor and a former Model UN delegate, I have seen countless high school girls wearing – or, rather, attempting to wear – some fairly staggering high heeled shoes to Model UN conferences. Inevitably, one of two things happens.

Scenario 1 – Going Barefoot: Girls wear high heeled shoes in the first five minutes of arriving at the conference, realize that they will have to endure shooting pain in their feet and legs for several hours, and resolve to go barefoot whenever out of committee.

Scenario 2 – Awkward Chicken: Girls wear high heeled shoes in the first five minutes of arriving at the conference, realize that they will have to endure shooting pain in their feet and legs for several hours but they would look ridiculous with no shoes, and hobble around like a very awkward bird for the rest of the day.

There are big problems with both of these options. Going barefoot is not only dangerous – it is extremely unprofessional. Chairs and other delegates are not just watching you in committee, but also how you conduct yourself outside and how seriously you take your role as a UN delegate.  Competitive delegates may scout out the competition before committee and during breaks. If you are the girl who decided to bring shoes she can’t stand to wear, then it is clear that your main goal at the conference is not to be competitive in committee, but rather to look cute.

Walking like a chicken, while less dangerous than going barefoot, is also not desirable. It is clear to everyone with eyes that you are incredibly uncomfortable. As a fellow MUN enthusiast and a woman, it is painful to watch a girl struggle to walk three feet because her heels are six-inch spikes. This is never more obvious than during closing ceremonies, when a parade of girls hobble across a stage to receive awards, attempting to hide their grimaces of pain with forced smiles.

There is a solution to this problem: wear different shoes.

“But I don’t want to look like an old lady!” you shout, imagining sensible loafers with orthodic insoles.  There is a common misconception that comfortable shoes and fashionable shoes are mutually exclusive. The two cannot exist in one shoe. This is a lie. Yes, many comfortable shoes are fairly frumpy, something we used to call “granny” shoes, but knowing what to look for will help you separate the frump from the fabulous.

1. Look for arch support. Arch support and padded insoles, even in the highest of high-heeled shoes, does wonders for comfort. Most professional women’s shoes include some kind of support, but they are a bit pricier than the affordable Target or Payless heels many girls sport. The best advice I can give you is to invest in one really nice pair of black heels. They will last you for several years if you treat them carefully, and your back and legs will thank you when you are older.

2. If you must wear high heels, try wedges. While cork and espadrille wedges are not really MUN chic, a wedge with a solid color heel that matches the shoe, especially in black or grey, is very appropriate. Wedges take some of the pressure off the ball of your foot, where you spent a lot of time balancing in high heels, and disperse your weight more evenly so the whole foot carries it. I find I can wear wedges a lot longer than high heels, and they are a great alternative if your goal is height and shapely calves.

3. Nothing beats cute flats. Flats are adorable with a tailored trouser, and will offer you the most comfort for the longest time period. With flats you can be a little more daring with color and sparkle than you can with high heels. Sparkly high heels make you look like you’re going to Homecoming; sparkly flats are just fabulous.  Flats are by far the most sensible choice for multi-day conferences or conferences on large campuses where there is a lot of walking.

While these three options are appropriate, please don’t aim for ultimate comfort and no professionalism. Toms, Chucks, flip flops, sneakers, Uggs, and most boots are not appropriate for an MUN conference and will make you look just as sloppy as the girls going barefoot.

As ladies, we have the delicate task of striking the balance between comfort and style, and it is far too easy to fall off the scale entirely and end up in the land of spiky, painful footwear. Do yourself a favor and lose the scary high heels. Your feet and your fellow delegates will thank you.

  • http://twitter.com/jtoddles Jackie Todd

    you can find heels that aren’t overly high. I kept my heel height under 3inches and wore them without fail.
    wedges I would shy against since they look a bit too casual for the MUN setting, but there are some nicer plain black and brown ones out… just don’t go for cork or wooden ones.

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