Ever bought a pair of shoes that you thought fit at the store, but when you got home, you realized they were slightly too tight? Or are you someone who always seems to fall in between sizes? Well, you no longer have to suffer from tight shoes. Today, our reporters are breaking down five ways to stretch your shoes out at home. With household items like a blow dryer and a plastic bag, you'll have no excuse to complain about your uncomfortable footwear. On Allison: BCBG Max Azria jacket, Patterson J. Kincaid top, Cameo shorts.
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