i have a pair and i wear them ALL THE TIME. im actually looking forward for them to fall apart because that's when they'll really look like moccasins=] however, i do not advise one to wear them in the rain. whenever i wear mine in wet weather im skating all over the place
i bought some of them (the tramper ones i think) after i saw kate moss wear them and they look tragic. wore them twice and i felt like the hugest fashion victim so they're now in the back of my wardrobe, never again to see the light of day haha...
Before ballet flats, these moccasins were some of the cutest and most comfortable shoes a girl could wear. While there were traditional moccasins for guys, I still remember in my uniform dress code at my first high school (:tdown: uniforms) that ladies have worn these cute brown moccasins. I look at these moccasins, perhaps not as classy as some of the moccasins usually worn in the 1990s. If they are as durable as reliable cars, then go for them. It's your call.
Im in serious need of a pair for years i have been loving them from a distance and they look so comfy but i just cant decided between brown and black! Anyone have ideas? For some reason i love the brown but feel like they might be a little hard to wear as its almost an orange tone to it. What do you guys think? Also would you trust this website https://www.buddysmoccasins.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
It seems okay, but im so paranoid with these things!! Shoebuy doesnt have the natural colours
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But I still don't really get these shoes. There's are 'Minnesota' themed stores here at the Mall of America packed full of them, along with frumpy grandma sweatshirts and the like. I just can't think it's really cool.
I dunno, I wear a pair with my outfits a lot of the time, and since most of my outfits don't involve Minnesota sweatshirts, they give off a different sort of vibe, I really like mine, and am trying to find a pair of the suede kilty in purple, any suggestions??
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