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    OP you might want to check out m gemi. they make both men's and women's shoes in Italy. Whereas men's shoes are said to be blake stitched, they don't mention how their women's shoes are constructed. but again, i dont believe most women's shoes have stitched on soles because of their designs. they're basically another 'cut out the middleman internet-based' company. i don't own any of their shoes but have checked them out in their store and they looked the part. not the cheapest shoes you can buy for sure but for made-in-italy shoes they're not too expensive.

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    My wife has over 200 pairs of shoes and boots, easy. I don't think she's paid more than $100 for any one of them. Probably under $50 each for most of them. I think she hasn't ever worn some of them. Others once or twice. Others only in the bedroom And probably less than a handful that she's worn more than a dozen times.

    What's the point of buying quality shoes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mebejoseph View Post
    My wife has over 200 pairs of shoes and boots, easy.
    o_O

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    i don't know how much we talked about this before, but Frye's makes some kind of rough but solid GYW dress shoes for women. Also some closed toe flats/high heel types.

    Construction looked ok to me, my room mate she says they're comfortableish.

    also J Crew and BR get good reviews from her as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mebejoseph View Post
    My wife has over 200 pairs of shoes and boots, easy. I don't think she's paid more than $100 for any one of them. Probably under $50 each for most of them. I think she hasn't ever worn some of them. Others once or twice. Others only in the bedroom And probably less than a handful that she's worn more than a dozen times.

    What's the point of buying quality shoes?
    200, that's my new goal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Token View Post
    200, that's my new goal
    I'm always happy when my wife buys a new pair of shoes. Heck, half of them I buy for her. That way, I can buy a new pair too. I am always careful to buy one pair less than her, that way I get to keep my "manhood" and can never lose the "You Have Too Many Pairs of Shoes!" argument.

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