Under our 45-day return policy, you can always return/exchange your custom shoes. In this case, you'll have to send them back to our US or UK address. We offer free exchanges for orders over $75

You can return/exchange your custom shoes under the following terms and conditions:

a. We have a 45-day return policy. After this period, we no longer accept exchanges or returns.

b. In case of returns, we'll issue you a full refund as soon as we receive your shoes back.

c. Shoes must be returned in an unworn/original condition. When trying your shoes on, please walk only on carpeted surfaces to avoid marks and scuffs on the soles.

d. Buyers are responsible for the return shipping cost to our UK (London) or US (Oregon) address.

e. Please contact us before sending your shoes back.

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6 things you didn't know about Susan

 Susan Anthony was an American social reformer and women’s right activist who played a pivotal role in women’s suffrage movement. Anthony was harshly ridiculed and accused of trying to destroy the institution of marriage.


Susan Women Advocate


    1. She collected anti-slavery petitions at the age of 17 and later became the New York state agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society.
    2. Anthony didn’t support the Fifteenth Amendment, which gave black men the right to vote. She was upset that the amendment didn't include women.
    3. Anthony showed up at the polls to vote in the presidential election of 1872. Considering that women were barred from voting at the time, this was an act of civil disobedience and she was arrested.
    4. Although her actions greatly influenced the suffrage movement, she never did have the chance to vote legally.
    5. As an activist and suffragist, Anthony argued that women should be free to wear less restrictive clothes that the corsets and heavy underskirts. To prove her point, she wore trouser-like bloomers (named for Amelia Bloomer who advocated them) under their skirts.
    6. She became the first American woman depicted on U.S. coinage.


“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” - Susan Anthony