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Well I did get some knee high boots of ebay.

Quite conservative - about a 2 1/2 inch heel. They are actually quite comfortable.

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Well I did get some knee high boots of ebay.

Quite conservative - about a 2 1/2 inch heel. They are actually quite comfortable.

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I was at one point couple of years ago buying Heels from New look online and returning any that didn't fit via my local New Look shop.  Well that shop has closed down. I'm not sure about other New Looks shop near me as I haven't checked. Still not bought any heels for some time now but seem to be wearing them more again.

So what type of shop has replace New Look, it another clothes shop.

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I just did a polish n brush on those knee boots - quite an improvement.

Maybe its a girl thing that they wear lots of shoes, infrequently, and don't actually need to look after them. Blokes tend to be more prone to applying some polish and care to their (leather ones at least) footwear.
I wouldn't be surprised if that polish wasn't one of the very few these boots have had in their life.

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On ‎11‎/‎28‎/‎2016 at 5:34 AM, Tacchi Alti said:

Well, I did it. Brent Cross in stilettos. I then had a walk in Stanmore, through a supermarket to the high street, then along the high street, bought some fish and chips and walked back to the car park. I then took the food into a park and sat on a bench, as per the picture here, with heels in full view to several passers by. What's the matter with people? I'm sure a lot of people noticed, but I got no reaction at all. What have I got to do to get people talking to me about them? ;-)

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Those boots are beautiful...Good for you having the courage to get out publicly in them, didn't it feel great?  I understand how you feel, I always hope for positive comments, have only gotten a few though...Most folks do notice, but would feel impolite or uneasy approaching and complimenting

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On ‎1‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 3:06 AM, WalkTall said:

Well I did get some knee high boots of ebay.

Quite conservative - about a 2 1/2 inch heel. They are actually quite comfortable.

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GREAT boots, you can wear those for any occasion...

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Been over a year since I bought a pair of heels. I keep looking on Ebay and other sites but found nothing that i liked until I found this  pair

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8 hours ago, Heels said:

Been over a year since I bought a pair of heels. I keep looking on Ebay and other sites but found nothing that i liked until I found this  pair

                           

 

Very nice!   What size and heel height are they?

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Bought this pair from a seller on Ebay

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  It seems this pair has gone missing in the post. I sent a message to the seller and she has responded with the tracking number. I don't recognise the surname or the signature. I have spoken to my neighbours and they don't know about this parcel.  I don;t know what to do now

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3 hours ago, Heels said:

Bought this pair from a seller on Ebay

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  It seems this pair has gone missing in the post. I sent a message to the seller and she has responded with the tracking number. I don't recognise the surname or the signature. I have spoken to my neighbours and they don't know about this parcel.  I don;t know what to do now

Can't you establish with the carrier the address to which the parcel was delivered?   Or maybe it was 'diverted' in transit (dishonest delivery man?) and the signature is a fabrication.

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i will try to find out the address to where the parcel was delivered. I think had to wait 10 days after the expected delivery date. So on Monday night I should able to ring the post office and find out what happened.

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1 hour ago, Heels said:

i will try to find out the address to where the parcel was delivered. I think had to wait 10 days after the expected delivery date. So on Monday night I should able to ring the post office and find out what happened.

If this was a tracked postal delivery (letter post or parcel??), you should be able to find the delivery details without delay.   If letter post and you have a regular postman, he might be able to remember details if you ask him - but maybe too long ago for easy recall.    Good luck.

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The parcel was tracked. Have looked up using the tracking code and it being signed for.  I ask my neighbours in my block of flats. I have 3 neighbours in my block of flats and they know nothing of this. Most of the time I get parcels left outside my door. Either signed for or not I don't know. It safe to do this.  All I can think of that someone on another street that I dont know has taken my parcel.  Not sure someone would want to steel a pair of high heels. I dont expect they be wanting a pair of high heels in a size uk9.

I would have to be in to be able talk to the postman and I don't expect him  to remember any details. Have looked up on the Royal Mail website on what to do if a parcel goes missing and it seems the sender has to do it.

 

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Then ask the seller to investigate with Royal Mail!   And notify eBay of the non-receipt, which should in turn also tackle the seller.   You should at least get your money back.

Someone (possibly the postman) has apparently signed for the shoes - and you should be able to show that it wasn't you.   If they were intercepted or stolen, it seems unlikely that whoever has (or had) them knew what the package contained until it was opened, so if useless they might have been dumped.

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