My girlfriend is currently out of state on personal business, and will have to remain there for several months. She stated in casual conversation how she used to proudly wear her white, patent leather mary jane style shoes whenever her grandfather took her out. A few days ago, she sent me a link for the white patent leather 'schoolgirl-50' mary janes. She wears a 10.5 W, or a 11 M, but due to an accident she had at the turn of the century, her right foot is half a size larger than her left. When buying shoes, she generally looks for authentic leather in a size 10.5 W and employs a leather stretching solution(which will not work on synthetic material) on the right shoe. When she received her shoes, she was delighted and tried them on immediately. She messaged me that they were a bit tight, to which I told her not to worry as they were patent leather, we could stretch them. She read the imprint inside the shoe which stated: All Man Made Materials. They were not so tight that she could not wear them, though and, in fact, requested a pair in each colour, so clearly, she was satisfied with these shoes. I am rather disturbed, however, that a reputable company such as Overstock.com did not catch such an inaccurate product description on something as important as the materials used.
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