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Discussion in 'Shoes, Shoes, Shoes' started by asta, Aug 25, 2004.
jcrew... an inexpensive way to keep your feet dry
I saw those.
The cutest rain boots yet, IMO...
I just came across those on teh J. Crew site. I think I am goin to buy a pair of the black ones
Target also has wellies for only $24.99:
They also come in other colors.
I can't decide whether I think they are cute or just stupid They would definitely be practical where I live, what with more than 200 rainy days a year
Here are some more I found at Office:
Haven't been able to find any pictures, but Pucci has the cutest rain boots I've ever seen.
cutest and probably most expensive?
I'm not sure if this will turn people on to 'em or off, but here's Sadie wearing some pink Office ones.
hmm...i still cannot make my mind up considering rainboots. they confuse me greatly.
i like the first ones the best.
I don't know, I forgot how much mine were... But they're to die for. So, so adorable.
They dont seem to be very comfortable... They remind me of my childhood. Sorry guys, but those will stay in my mind as kid-boots...
^^ I tend to agree with you. They're gumboots - what I wore as a child on my grandad's farm... however if I was going to get some I'm rather in love with that first pair with the dogs on them.
As I was saying on the other rainboot thread I would only wear mine in town if it was snowing - I bought mine to wear to rock festivals held in the countryside (like Sadie pictured above at the Reading Festival) and for visits to the countryside in bad weather, or the beach in winter.
Seems like most other people do too, you should have seen how many girls had these boots at the festivals this sumnmer - very practical though! The mud was almost knee deep at Glastonnbury, the weather was so bad. But I was saved by my boots.
Sadie looks fabulous in them.
I like the Pucci ones, think I might have to purchase a pair.
I wore my black gumboots last weekend, to the splendour in the grass music festival, in anticipation of some rain but, the weather was delightful the entire weekend. Although, I found that they're just as good for the dirt as they are for rain (keeps your feet squeaky clean!). And another thing, they're also good for protecting your feet from people stomping all over them; I don't think I would've had any feet left if it hadn't been for the good ol' booties.
I don't bother with rain boots. Getting your shoes soggy and feet wet is part of the fun living here!
While I do always associate rainboots with little kids, I still can't hate them. That's the whole fun in them. I have a neon pair with dalmations and while yes they are ridiculous..they're so fun and handy!