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Karen Scott Shoes

Karen Scott shoes are thoughtfully designed and expertly crafted. Each shoe, from sandals to wedge styles, seeks to be durable, on trend, and accessible to women everywhere. With colors, styles, and materials that range across every spectrum, there is something for everyone within the Karen Scott line.

How are Karen Scott shoes sized?

Karen Scott has a well-established size guide in order to take the guesswork out of determining your size. Before selecting your item, it is important to take an accurate measurement of your foot. One method is to first get a pencil/pen and paper. From there, stand up and stand on the paper barefooted. Then, make a mark behind your heel and in front of your big toe. Take a ruler or tape measure and determine the distance between the two marks. That measurement is what will determine your Karen Scott shoe size.

What styles are available?

Karen Scott has shoe styles that cover an expansive design demographic. From ankle boots to sandals, from stilettos to ballerina slippers, from oxfords to motorcycle boots, Karen Scott pushes themselves to innovate and cover as many demands as possible. This also means that their shoes are available in a large spread of color options. They include floral patterns, red, brown, houndstooth, metallic gold, and many others.

What are the shoes made out of?

Karen Scott makes their women's shoes from several different materials. Part of this originates from the shoe's particular style. For example, a motorcycle boot is likely to be made of leather, whereas slingback pumps may be partially synthetic material. In general, most are constructed from one of the following:

  • Canvas.
  • Cotton.
  • Denim.
  • Patent leather.
  • Leather.
  • Satin.
  • Snakeskin.
  • Synthetic material.
  • Velvet.
How should these shoes be cleaned?

How you clean your shoes depends, in part, on the materials and fabric they are made out of. If you have a pair of leather shoes, there are specific products that are meant to condition and clean the leather. Synthetic shoes can be cleaned with a damp, soft cloth or with a shoe buffing kit. Canvas shoes should first be held upside down. Then, dip them into water. Take a scrubber and wash any areas of concern on the canvas portion of the shoe. They can also be rubbed clean with a damp or wet cloth. The soles of shoes are usually more durable and less prone to get damaged during a cleaning. As a result, they can be washed with water, light cleaner, a scrub brush, etc.

The shoes should not be exposed to any extreme heat, and as a result should be allowed the time to air-dry. Do not put Karen Scott products through any sort of washer or dryer cycle.