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Find Your Shoesonality with Shoes of Prey

When my much awaited custom shoes from Shoes of Prey arrived at my office, I had to open them straightaway—there was simply no waiting until the end of the day. The box was an showstopper in of itself—matte black, and tied up with a thick grosgrain ribbon. Upon opening, a mound of shiny embossed black tissue revealed…

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How-To Custom Shoe with Shoes of Prey

They say scarcity breeds desire. Nowhere is this more evident than in my shoe closet. The common frustration that I face as a size 12-13 shoehound is that I can always imagine the shoes I’d love to wear, but can’t actually find them. I default to what’s available, meaning lots of shoe-canoes clutter my closet…

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The Coat for Field, Stream, and Saltwater from Eddie Bauer Tall

Spring has sprung in my corner of northern New England, and that is to say that Mother Nature has erupted into furious mood swings. And as I pointed myself south and headed for the coast I was glad for my Kettle Mountain Jacket. I had my boots greased up, and it was a clear, cold…

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Exclusive Q&A with Autograf New York President, Monika Kusinska Paez

I discovered Autograf New York shoes this spring by happy accident. I’m never not on the hunt for great shoes in my size 12-13, but recent issues with low-quality heels (at not insignificant price points, I might add) have left me wanting an alternative, but certainly not expecting it—better shoes that put comfort and fit first, while…

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An Uncompromised Boot for US Sizes 4-13 From Autograf New York

I used to be convinced that aesthetics were enough when it came to nabbing any shoes in my standard size 12-13—basically, if I liked a shoe’s looks, I would find a way to don it—no ifs, ands, or buts. Suffice it to say that this all-or-nothing mentality has since left me with some pretty battered…

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The Blank Label Experience

At six foot six, I’m basically a large billboard that advertises to the world that one size does not fit all. Finding stylish dress shirts that fit has always been a challenge; my sleeve length is 38, neck size 18 and ½. In terms of body type, I’m what Kacy would call “average”—not fat, not…