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Pick the Right Boots for Your Body Type

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Question about dress boots with heel and the height of the boot?

I have a pair of boots I enjoy. The heel is much to high and so is height of boot. I plan to have repair person cut the heel to 1 3/4 " high. Since height of fabric boot is above knee and I want just below knee, I am having difficulty finding pictures what 18" height would look like, 19" and 20". Looking for standard boot height and how it looks on a woman in a picture. Unable to find these things. What do you think?. I have tried: Ernet: asking Google different questions. I have been on JustFab.ca and looked at various boots and seen what I am looking for this way; however, still looking for some sort of standard wording and measuring. My home town no longer has a shoe repair person and the new one is a two hour drive away. I no longer hold a valid drivers licence to drive to the repair person as I am recovering from life threatening injuries from an accident and my licence was suspended. After an assessment, my driving radius is not that far -yet. . .

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