Stylish high black boots and a pair of more 70s inspired brown ones. Where is good?

(11 Posts)
moondog Sun 01-Sep-13 23:08:17

Clarks-not high enough.
R&B have some promising ones
M&S-nah
Office-nowt
Hobbs-nay
Zara-nay again

Do not want wboots that look like cowboy boots either.
My perfect black pair from Hobbs a good while back are on their way out.

Cremolafoam Sun 01-Sep-13 23:22:24

I'm struggling too md. all the boots I've seen this season are ankle jobs.
Sarenza or zalando maybe ?

Spongingbobsunderpants Sun 01-Sep-13 23:27:06

Moda in Pelle have some cracking ones this season

Cremolafoam Sun 01-Sep-13 23:29:30
Spongingbobsunderpants Sun 01-Sep-13 23:30:24

Oh and if you want to remortgage your house, Belstaff boots are to die for.

tethersend Sun 01-Sep-13 23:41:31

Hello moondog smile

I'm not getting involved in the black ones (they are my nemesis grin), but how 70s do you want the brown ones to be? Do you want brown or tan? What's the budget?

Shall we start with reactions to these Scholl ones?

tethersend Sun 01-Sep-13 23:47:34

I know I said I wouldn't touch the black ones, but you have 300 going spare, right?

RSVP Mon 02-Sep-13 07:05:24
moondog Mon 02-Sep-13 21:02:21

Heheh Tether, I thought I might sniff you out.
I fear I could not bring myself to buy a Scholl boot even if great. That £300 link too fussy but I thank ye. grin
RSVP, that look would date too fast for me.
Cremola, that link is great! Good prices too.

Jelloonsprings Tue 03-Sep-13 00:21:46

70s style brown boots wedge heel though so may not be your thing. V comfortable if it helps?

moondog Tue 03-Sep-13 23:14:29

I quite like those and did once buy a pair.
As you say, v v comfy.
After a change now though.

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