shoes shop or shoe shop? Thanks.
Without context, I can't be sure if you are talking about shop as a noun or a verb. Since the others addressed using it as a noun, here are my thoughts about shop as a verb.
In the (very) informal, some might say that we are going to shoe shop, used much like the common phrase window shop. This is using shop as a verb and shoe to describe what sort of shopping we are doing. More often, people will say they are going to go shopping for shoes. If I have no money to spend, I might go window shopping for shoes.
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