In search of the perfect flat ankle boot

(13 Posts)
tryhard Sun 27-Sep-15 09:25:38

Not a Mum boot, not Uggs...anyone seen anything lovely yet this season?

WhatsGoingOnEh Sun 27-Sep-15 09:31:47

I've seen one or two but I've bottled out of asking the wearer where they're from. But the mid/low calf, low-heeled, suede boots in pale colours (cream, beige, stone) really look gorgeous with jeans. I'll see if I can find a picture..

5BlueHydrangea Sun 27-Sep-15 09:38:25

What's a Mum boot?? I just bought some nice ones in M&S.. I struggle to find some nice fairly flat ones usually but these are really comfy.
They have some suede ones too.

notasgreenasiamcabbagelooking Sun 27-Sep-15 09:40:32

I like these www.surfdome.com/h_by_hudson_boots_-_h_by_hudson_revelin_boots_-_black-221825

and think they are doing 20 per cent off at the moment.

WhatsGoingOnEh Sun 27-Sep-15 12:01:54

A mum boot is a black leather ankle-length (usually) boot, with a clumpy block heel and a round toe. Worn with bootleg jeans and a baggy fleece.

Grok Sun 27-Sep-15 18:13:19

5Blue, I bought my ankle boots in m&s this year too.

Jungfraujoch Sun 27-Sep-15 19:08:40

These?

www.dunelondon.com/pappa-quilted-detial-ankle-boot-0168508740007153/

WorzelsCornyBrows Sun 27-Sep-15 19:14:36

These are the comfiest boots I've ever owned.

www.next.co.uk/x6d2276s1#134031x56

yazzy85 Sun 27-Sep-15 19:50:28

How about these clarks ones??

www.clarks.co.uk/p/26110787

Twinklestein Sun 27-Sep-15 22:08:50

I'm liking these Temperley boots.

ipadmad Mon 28-Sep-15 07:38:18

I had some beige suede ones from Aldo but they only lasted one season because of the suede - I wouldn't buy again for winter

ipadmad Mon 28-Sep-15 07:40:25

I bought these ... worth a try at that price

tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk/tustorefront/?pagetype=product&productcode=128036441

carrie74 Mon 28-Sep-15 12:36:35

I swear by Sam Edelman Pettys, every colour/style imaginable, and with a bit of searching you can find a deal. V v comfy, look fantastic after a year's wear.

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