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Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers)
What is White Boca?
White Boca is a soft shimmering fabric, that does not
have the strong shine of satin. Boca is a good complement
for gowns made of lace, tulle, chiffon ... everything except
satin. For satin gowns, of course, choose satin shoes!
is heel height measured?
below, standard shoe industry measurements are taken from the
inside of the heel. Add approximately 1/2 inch to that
measurement to find the heel height as taken from the back of the
do your shoe sizes run?
Our shoes run true to
size; however, if you fall between two sizes, your best bet is to
order the larger size. Everyone has one foot larger than the
other - some slightly, and some with as much as a half size
difference. You should purchase footwear to fit your larger
foot - a half insole can be added to the shoe for your smaller
foot to make it snugger if necessary.
- How can I choose comfortable
Shoes.com, we fit test our shoes to offer only the most
comfortable footwear. However, not every shoe is right for
every foot. As a general rule, it's best to stay with the
heel height that you usually wear in a dress shoe - it can be just
as tiring wearing a very low heel as wearing a very high heel, if
you are not accustomed to it.
- Do I have to wear
stockings with my sandals?
Gone are the days
when the bride or party guest had to wear hosiery to complete a
formal wedding outfit. All you really need is
a great pair of sandals and a perfect pedicure for even the
- How can I keep from slipping
in my new shoes?
Take a tip from
the "old shoe dogs" - just scuff up your shiny new soles with a
nail file or emery board to get extra traction!
- Do I need to "break in" my new
fabric shoes are much softer than leather and will give to the
foot more easily. To ensure the most comfort, wear your new
shoes for a few minutes each day a week or so before The Big Day.
- Help! I
got my shoes dirty at my fitting!
stain, such as lipstick or ink, will need to be removed by a local
shoemaker who will use professional dry cleaning solution.
You can take care of a scuff or streak yourself, by rubbing gently
with a clean artist's eraser (not a pink one!)
- I have a question, but it's
not on this list.
Just click here to send an
Liz the ShoeLady - our
head stylist has helped hundreds of brides and party guests find
the perfect shoes. She will respond to your queries
personally within 24 hours.
Thank you for
shopping at Evening Shoes.com!