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|Posted By: bedava chat|
Posted On: Nov 12, 2009
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|Posted By: Shoe Shopping at Non-Shoe Sites|
Posted On: Oct 26, 2009
|Shoe Shopping at Non-Shoe Sites|
We all have our favorite online shoe stores, but today I want to share with you a few non-shoe stores that also have some great deals on shoes.
While the following sites aren't devoted exclusively to footwear, and you won't always find a lot of brand and designer names among their selections, you will find some stylish shoes and some really great prices.
Newport-News.com - Even if you already receive their print catalog, you'll want to give their web site a look. In addition to having a great selection of women's and plus size clothing, Newport-News.com also has a pretty awesome shoe section with very current styles -- most of them are priced between about $15 and $40 per pair.
Metrostyle.com - This is a great site to find updated versions of the basics at good prices, and a lot of what they offer is available in wide widths as well. With lots of brights, heels and sandals, most shoes are priced at about $30 to $40.
Victoria's Secret - Unlike the other sites on this list, VictoriasSecret.com actually does carry quite a few brand names, like the sexiest offerings from Jessica Simpson, Steve Madden, Hale Bob and Nine West. Mixed in with those labels are some lesser-known brands, and some good prices. But what's really great about looking at shoes on the Victoria's Secret web site is that nearly all the selections are hot.
ASOS.com - Based in the U.K., ASOS.com is a plethora of finds for anyone who loves a good deal on celebrity-inspired fashion -- and if you're a shoe lover, you'll see styles here you simply won't find elsewhere. Plus, they carry men's footwear as well. Shipping to non-UK addresses is based on package weight, and a list of countries they'll deliver to is available on their site.
|Posted By: Unemployed naval architect|
Posted On: Apr 22, 2009
|Can we save the marine industry in the US?|
Having been in this industry for over 25 years since graduation, I've seen it decline and plummet through these past 7 years of unsteady employment. Since 2001, I've been out of work more than I've been working, as Europe and the Far East continue to blow us away technologically as well as in volume of boats/ships designed and built. A student at a major US engineering college told me a couple of years ago that he planned to look for work in Europe on graduation for lack of opportunities in the US. I'd be doing the same were it not for my aged ailing mother needing my care - and the jobs here in the Northeast have declined from spotty to nonexistent since the 1980s.
What will it take to turn things around? Can they be turned around? Does anyone even care anymore?
|Posted By: CYNIC|
Posted On: Mar 19, 2009
|NOT EXACTLY STIMULATED|
I feel more robbed than stimulated! That said, I would rather see money go to ship builders and the marine industry than to bonuses for the economic saboteurs who got us into this mess! The huge amounts in the stimulus bill for the Corps and Waterways is long overdue and is real infrastructure investment
|Posted By: SHIPBUILDER|
Posted On: Mar 11, 2009
Hoping to get a small shipyard grant this time around
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