Would You Wear These Boots?

Discussion in 'Shoes, Shoes, Shoes' started by Emily363, Oct 14, 2004.

  1. Emily363

    Emily363 New Member

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    I wear skirts and dresses almost every day. In the Fall and Winter I often times wear knee high boots with stilettoes. The other day at Bloomies I saw this pencil skirt. Later that day I went online and found the attached picture. Please DISREGARD the top she is wearing...it is hideous IMO. Would you wear a pencil skirt and these short boots together?
     
  2. balacau

    balacau New Member

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    Well I myself wouldnt wear them no, probably cos Im male :innocent:

    But as far as what I think, I'd reckon a skirt such as that would go better with calf or knee length boots. I like the heel on those ankle boots, just not the fact they are ankle highs :blink:
     
  3. Luna

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    I really dislike chelsea boots or boots that only hit the ankle... I only buy them and wear them under pants/jeans.

    I'd suggest a higher boot.
     
  4. Artemis

    Artemis New Member

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    umm...no, i'd wear higher boots, like luna said. :flower:
     
  5. bluejeans

    bluejeans New Member

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    those are called pixie boots right? whatever they're called they're hot. go for it!
     
  6. hotpinky

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    they look good if you have her legs.. ie very very thin with not much of a calf. otherwise i think they're horribly unflattering. if you can pull it off, go for it. but i think it'd be safer if you went with a knee high instead
     
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    I agree with hotpinky.
     
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    They look kind of like the boots Kate Moss wore for her most recent outing. She wore hers with cropped jeans, and I agree you have to have slim legs to pull them off. They're really cute.
     
  9. eloes

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    Exactly. She pulls them off very well because her legs are very long and very slim. Personally, I would never dream of wearing the combo because I don't have legs like hers. If you do, then go for it. If you don't...well, go ahead if you really like it, but it will not be flattering to your legs.
     
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    i agree with hotpinky and eloes!
     
  11. As You Like It

    As You Like It Proponent of Plaid

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    I agree, if you have thin legs, you can look nice in boots like that, but if you have muscular or chubby legs, you will look dumpy, misproprotioned, and awkward.

    I do not have slim, girly legs, but have very defined and bulky muscles, so I would look awful...like a drag queen, I think, not all chic and girly and elegant.
     
  12. Alejandro

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    Chelsea boots are soo tricky, I don't even know if they look good on that picture posted...probably with some printed tights and a dress, I don't know... :wacko:
     

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