The 5 Pairs of Women’s Summer Shoes You Need For 2010

It’s Summer! Cover Your Bases (and Feet) With These 5 Pairs of Shoes You Will Need for Summer 2010

Ladies, it’s time to pry off those pumps! The sun is shining, the beach is calling, and the heat is on! Wondering how to keep your foot fashion as fabulous as the rest of your wardrobe during summer 2010? Whether your summer involves the beach, the tennis court, or your favorite cruise line’s dance floor, the top five pairs of women’s summer shoes will have you sizzling in the summer sunshine!

Be Casual yet Classy: Compliment Your Wardrobe On-the-Go

Planning on spending a day strolling around a theme park? Or maybe making a last-minute run to get hot dogs for tonight’s barbecue? With these must-have summer 2010 shoes you can look casually fabulous on-the-go with a style as relaxed as summer itself. Autumn Run’s Every Day Shoes in Twilly feature a tan canvas body with a silver buckle and a black, white, and tan strap. The neutral colors and simple style create a classic look that can easily be paired with your favorite shorts, jeans, or casual pants.

Wide Heels for Dancing

We all know that girls just want to have fun, and what better way to have fun than in style? One necessity for your closet this summer is a pair of sandal-style heels, perfect for a night of dancing on the town. Adding a heel to the timeless summer style of sandals adds a sophisticated and sexy flair to your favorite summer dress, skirt, or pair of dressy jeans. For more support for the more active woman, wider heels and wedges are once again trendy women’s summer shoe options!

Please Your Feet with Comfy Sneaks

After a hard week of work, do your feet need a reason to smile? Help those tootsies relax with a pair of fun yet comfortable sneakers! Converse One Star sneakers, unlike the Converse All Stars, have a sleeker, more feminine look without all of the bulk common to sneakers. The Lo Pro Oxfords by Converse feature a low ankle cut and lots of fun and fabulous summer colors, including a chic pink! These trendy and yet comfortable shoes will keep your feet cool and smiling during a long day of shopping or touring the tropics this summer 2010!

The Beach Girl’s Best Friend

What summer would be complete without at least one trip to the beach? Even if you shed your shoes at the first sight of water, a trendy women’s flip-flop is necessary to protect your feet from the heat of the concrete! In searching for the perfect summer 2010 beach shoe, keep in mind that your best bet is to go with a plastic, canvas, or other water-proof material that is lightweight and can resist sand and salt water and can easily be hosed off at the day’s end.

The Summer Fling That Won’t Disappoint

Who needs a man this summer when you can get all of the support that you need from a durable yet feminine women’s walking shoe? The Hampton Sport CVO Keds provide arch support, breathable mesh and a cushioned footbed to maximize your comfort as you stroll the streets of exotic lands or even hit the courts for a game of tennis! These supportive yet stylish women’s summer shoes are a must to protect your feet as you tackle summer 2010!

Five Summer 2010 Shoes for the Versatile Woman

The top five women’s shoes this summer allow for today’s busy woman to enjoy countless activities, all under the summer sunshine! With a pair of casual yet classy Every Day Shoes in Twilly, trendy and sleek Converse One Stars, and supportive Hampton Sport CVO Keds, you will be able to stay on-the-go in style! Also, don’t forget to pick up your beach-friendly waterproof flip-flops as well as a pair of sophisticated and sexy wide sandal-style heels for those nights on the town! With these five pairs of shoes, both your bases and your feet will be covered with the hottest summer 2010 shoes!

Where to Buy Cheap Sneakers Online

SHOW ME THE FAKES!

Replica sneaker buyers want to know which sellers and websites are honest. Well let me tell you how to pick a good site. BEWARE of China scam sites that only except BankWire transactions! You will never get your money back, and certainly won’t get any shoes to your door. YOU NEED A USA BASED SITE AND A SAFE, TRACEABLE CHECK OUT PROCESS!

Example of a good USA based customer service page:

Experience.

The site you choose should have purchased PLENTY of replicas from a large pool of suppliers in order to find the highest quality replicas.

Assurance.

If you do not receive your shoes, you should be sure you can receive a FULL REFUND and a PERSONAL APOLOGY.

Selection.

The sites inventory may NOT SEEM EXPANSIVE, however if they PRIDE THEMSELVES on NOT HAVING RIDICULOUS UNRELEASED COLORWAYS THAT THEIR CUSTOMERS WOULD BE CLOWNED FOR, that’s a good thing.

Passion.

The site owners should be fans of these replicas, and fans of people getting the ‘look’ and saving big.

Example of a good USA based policy page:

· They DO NOT sell authentic shoes. They sell replica factory variants of high quality.

· All sizes are in US men size and they recommend you order 1 size up for a comfortable fit.

· You should be sure you will receive an order confirmation from PayPal via email after payment once you have completed a successful checkout.

· They are concerned about customer privacy concerns. All transactions on their web site are secure for your protection. None of their customers information will ever be sold or given out for solicitation or used for any reason whatsoever to second or third parties.

· All prices listed on the site are in US currency.

· They never share your personal information with anyone nor will they sell your information to a third party.

THE VERDICT!

To each his own. If you don’t wanna spend $150-$300, find a good replica site with options that cost $59.99.

Goodluck!

Important Points to Consider When Buying Baby Clothes As Gifts

Now I have a child, one of the things I find really challenging is receiving gifts (in particular clothes) for my little girl, which turn out to be useless. This isn’t about Wholesale Baby Clothing, as I want to share my biggest frustrations, especially when others take the time to shop for baby clothing. Even more important is the thought that people spent their hard earned money on things that will never see the light of the day.

Over the past twelve weeks, I have received numerous little dresses, jackets, jumpsuits, bibs and other beautiful clothes that are now all sitting in a bag ready to go onto eBay never being worn by my little girl. Why may you ask?

When it comes to baby clothes, there are four simple criteria’s that I stick to:

1. Is it easy to put on? There’s nothing worse than trying to get a very complicated outfit onto a little squirming infant. Particularly after bathing, it is quite common for the little ones to get a bit restless especially if you take your time trying to dry out well all of the little folds around the neck, underarms and so on. Avoid buying outfits that contain many buttons on the back or long sleeve shirts and jumpsuits that need to be put over the head. Ideally, little jumpsuits that button up all the way down the front are an ideal solution for newborns.

2. What is it made of? This is a big one for me. Many of us don’t like to wear clothes made out of synthetic fibres as they simply don’t breathe inturn causing sweating and general discomfort. If an adult is either hot or uncomfortable, they can simply change. A baby however cannot. Instead, babies either cry, or if still unchanged, put up with the situation in discomfort. Secondly, many studies show that all babies should only ever sleep in clothing made from natural fibres such as cotton, as there is a lower risk of SIDS. Babies sleeping in items made from synthetic fibres such as polyester can over heat during the night without your knowledge, thus increasing the risks.

3. Is it appropriate for the weather? It’s lovely jumping online or going to the shops to find funky baby clothing that dazzles you with the gorgeous range of baby girl dresses, or little shorts and T-shirt sets for boys. You need to however take into consideration whether they these outfits are appropriate for the season. Avoid little sleeveless dresses and short sleeve outfits in wintertime; likewise thick jumpsuits may not be the best solution for summer either. If you are set on buying that little dress, and it is winter time, make sure that you buy it in a larger size.

4. What about the size – Most mothers (especially first time mums) tend to get over excited and buy a whole heap of baby clothes before the little one arrives into our world. Usually, they will be well stocked up for the first 6 – 8 weeks. When buying baby clothes, try to purchase items that the child can wear 3-6 months down the track. Also around that time, the families would have spent a great deal of money on the multitude of items that a baby needs so cash may become a little scarce – especially if the mother is intending on taking long maternity leave. Always remember though, if the baby is born in the middle of the winter, don’t buy winter clothes; rather look at items suitable for spring.

When buying baby clothes as a gift it’s quite easy to get it right. Simply consider the following: Is this outfit going to be useful, is it going to be comfortable, will it be easy to put on, and by the time the bub grows into it, will it be appropriate for the current season.