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- I own both black lace-up smooth-toed shoes and a pair of black slip-ons (dressy penny loafers).
- Don't forget to check out the footwear too - shoes, slip-ons, sandals and boots.
- You can get shoes for the summer that are slip-ons, or with a strap or buckle.
- Then she swore as one of her shoes, strange high-heeled slip-ons, fell off.
- Soft or hard sole slippers, moccasins, slip-ons or mules - these are just a few of the appealing styles you can find.
- Traditionally, men shorten their pants so that they break at the third shoelace from the toe of the shoe (or the equivalent for loafers, slip-ons and other styles of laceless shoes).
- Tough, stylish, and super comfy, this leather slip-on is the perfect after-sport snowshoe.
- I've got my favourite summer shoes on - slip-ons that are beautifully decorated with beads.
- Start by selecting a style of trainer (runners, slip-ons, casuals, boots).
- She had decided on her flat-heeled, white slip-ons.
- It also provides a more-than-adequate amount of support and traction, making it the perfect slip-on for any water sport or wet-to-dry activity.
- A kind of snow tire for your feet, these lightweight rubber slip-ons fit over running shoes, hiking boots and even snowboarding boots to provide nonslip traction on snow and ice.
- I favour trainers or shoes that are fairly flat and are held on to the feet - not loose slip-ons.
- If you want to go over the edge, wear sports shoes or slip-ons or moccasins on the feet.
- Lace-up shoes are the choice over slip-ons or flip flops.
- Two types are available: clogs (open-heeled) and slip-ons.
- These slip-ons are inexpensive, impulse purchases.
- Choose lace-up shoes instead of slip-ons, and keep the laces tied.
- He was not wearing shoes but slip-ons or slippers.
- We were made to design a court shoe - those types of shoes that lady lawyers wear - very simple rounded front slip-ons cut from one piece of leather.
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- People wearing low-cut and body-hugging tops, off-the-shoulder clothing, slippers and slip-on sandals were not allowed to enter government buildings.
- She pulled out a heavy crocheted blanket and a pair of slip-on shoes.
- The casual cousins of slip-on sandals, flip-flops are basically nice shower shoes.
- She wears a white top, with narrow straps over bare shoulders, jeans and brown slip-on shoes.
- The brown trousers did not fit him and ended 2 or 3 inches above his ankle and he wore either shoes without laces or slip-on shoes.
- Highlights include the return of the brown suit, slip-on shoes, the ra-ra skirt and an array of jumpsuits.
- You'll be in the driver's seat this spring with this pair of pebble-leather, slip-on moccasins with contrast stitching.
- I'm sorry, I've left the cardigan at home, but I am wearing the slip-on shoes.
- She wore her hair down and had little slip-on sandals.
- Aren't you tired of your boring, single-tone, slip-on sandals?
- A friend of mine maintains he survived because he wore slip-on shoes from which he managed to get free.
- Let's start with the slip-on slippers that would go well with khadi dresses.
- It'll not be long before I need to hang a slip-on coat by the kitchen door ready for those pop-out jobs.
- Pulling on slip-on shoes, she ran out the door, forgetting her keys.
- She wore a white blouse and grey sweatpants that were made for pregnant women along with slip-on shoes.
- I was wearing a simple black, slip-on dress that stopped around my calves.
- She strides in her purple slip-on shoes across plush carpet and slides into the photographer's chosen chair.
- When fly fishing, wear either no shoes or slip-on type deck shoes.
- If he sleeps at all, he'll be woken up well before the execution and instructed to change into prison-issue white briefs, khaki trousers, a white T-shirt, socks and slip-on shoes.
- Cutting out the fuss is more than a design philosophy for Julie, it's a way of life, right down to her basic wardrobe of comfortable jeans, slip-on shoes, and simple cotton blouses.