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Authentic Coach shoes can be purchased at Coach stores or Coach outlets. There are Coach outlet stores located in Wisconsin and they are also located at the outlet in Las Vega…s, Nevada. (MORE)
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Well, Chris Brown wears nike sbdunks, very rare one also adidas, timbaland, new balance..but his all time favorite is nike!
Black with brown is always a favorite combination of mine. It will always work better when you have something else to pick up the color brown, such as gloves or a scarf. Perha…ps a scarf that combines the black and brown. (MORE)
Nude shoes, or shoes that are a shade or two lighter than your skin color, are an increasingly popular choice and have become staples in every woman's shoe collection. The fol…lowing are some tips about how to wear nude shoes. (MORE)
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Read on for the dos and don'ts of packing shoes for a business trip.… (MORE)
Packing for overseas travel can be worrisome because if you forget something, you are far from home. You need to pack light to reduce baggage fees while bringing everything yo…u might need during your trip. Your wardrobe should be ready for a day of exploration as well as a night on the town, and the shoes can make a big difference. If you bring the wrong shoes, you could find yourself underdressed, in pain, or even unprepared for an impromptu outing. No matter where you are headed, be sure you follow these dos and don'ts of packing shoes for an overseas trip.A pair of slip-on shoes will speed time at the airport security check and be a comfortable choice during your trip. Consider where you are going. If you will be in warmer climates, wear sandals; if you are headed into chilly climes, sheepskin boots or warm leather loafers are a better choice. Choose a versatile pair in black, brown or nude so you can wear them with many different outfits.It is a smart idea to pack a pair of black heels or dress shoes in case of an impromptu rendezvous or business meeting. If you plan on going to a nice dinner or hitting the town at night, you might consider packing a pair of classy metallic heels. If you are on a business trip, just remember that you are still representing your company, so keep it classy!Staying active by checking out nearby attractions or working out in the hotel gym can help relieve the stress of travel and bring your energy level up. Pack a pair of comfortable walking shoes or trainers for the sightseeing you are bound to do.Packing smart will not only cost less; it will save your back and ensure peace of mind. Make sure all of the shoes you pack are lightweight and space efficient. Some good picks include canvas sneakers, gladiator sandals, cork wedges, and minimalist running shoes. Tuck socks and other small items into your shoes in your suitcase or carry-on so your shoes aren't wasting any space. If you have a pair that is delicate or might be scratched, be sure to wrap them inside a shirt or pack them in shoe bags for protection.On the other end of the spectrum, leave the clunky platforms and knee-high boots at home, unless you wear them through the airport. They will take up way too much space in your luggage and add extra pounds that can cost you. Plus, heavy shoes are not generally the most comfortable shoes, and you might be standing or walking for hours during your trip, so it's better to choose a pair that is easy on your feet.The last thing you want is to arrive at your destination only to realize that of all of the fashionable shoes you packed, none go with your outfits. Save your bright, colorful shoes and risque spiked styles for another time and opt for neutral, classic styles that will serve you in many different situations.No matter how securely you pack your shoes, there is always a risk that your luggage will get lost. If you insist on bringing an expensive or highly cherished pair on your trip, either wear them on the plane or pack them in your carry-on so you have them by your side at all times. Even if your shoes make it to your destination in one piece, they can be lost or damaged during the trip. It is not uncommon to snap off a heel in a city street or to forget a pair of shoes in a hotel closet.Once you've packed your shoes, head over to [USA Today](http://traveltips.usatoday.com/packing-list-overseas-travel-33612.html) to for a complete packing list for overseas travel. Don't forget your passport!When packing for an overseas trip, especially when traveling to an unfamiliar location, research the local weather and available activities. Pack shoes that are comfortable and designed to handle the conditions to which you will be exposing them while traveling. When in doubt, bring a pair of lightweight, waterproof athletic shoes and a pair of dressier shoes and you should be covered. (MORE)
Yes, you can wear grey pants with brown shoes. It might look a little odd, but if you have the right tones of grey and brown, it might end up looking very nice.
depends of what sort of brown and silver they are. if the silver shoes are a dark shade then you may get away with it. i would prefer black or navy shoes
Bloomingdales, the coach website...magazine..or store, some outlets like "off saks" and other places might have them, nordstrom rack (im not very pleased with that store thoug…h), nordstrom, neiman marcus, century 21, and probably some other places that i cant currently think of. TJ MAXX (MORE)