What boots do I wear with skinny jeans (and not thin legs !)

(12 Posts)
recall Sat 26-Oct-13 08:34:15

I've been wearing ballet flats with them, but now I'm stuck. Need to be waterproof and flat. Not keen on Uggs this year. I quite like the Blowfish slouchy ones…

I'm a size 18, and my legs aren't huge, but not thin either…

I'm 42 sad

Any suggestions ?

MortifiedAnyFuckerAdams Sat 26-Oct-13 08:40:00

Watching with interest. I have great huge calves and need some boots too.

Roshbegosh Sat 26-Oct-13 08:41:54

Clark's have some great boots this year. I bought a few pairs but I hope someone more stylish than me comes on to offer advice. I don't do uggs.

Pleasenomorepeppa Sat 26-Oct-13 08:44:09

I have some Cat boots, I think they're called Anna. They're from Barratts. They're pretty casual but comfy!
M&S do some good wide legged ones.

MortifiedAnyFuckerAdams Sat 26-Oct-13 08:50:28
dexter73 Sat 26-Oct-13 09:16:34

Clarks do a range of waterproof boots.
Timberland also have some - here.

EverythingUnderControl Sat 26-Oct-13 09:27:00

I'm not keen on long boots over jeans (not sure if that's what you were meaning) as I look like I pirate.

I would be looking for ankle boots high or flat.

Thants Sat 26-Oct-13 09:35:57

http://m.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_050010125369_-1
I've just bought these and love them! Suede is waterproofish right?

Thants Sat 26-Oct-13 09:38:11

Waterproofing spray!

snowynight Sat 26-Oct-13 09:56:58

I like ankle boots with skinnies but my calves are too massive so I go for a nice trainer - there are some fabulous coloured ones around at the moment. I'm wearing a fab bright purple New Balance pair from Office.

If that's too bold then Converse look good.

EverythingUnderControl Sat 26-Oct-13 10:32:39

Lots of these from New Look are nice. A bit of a heel if you can manage it can be quite flattering too.

Oly4 Sun 27-Oct-13 15:17:44

I wear Gabor Verano boots which have adjustable buckles. Not sure how wide they go but worth a try

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