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Can anyone tell me about White Stuff boots please?

(13 Posts)
culturevulture Sat 03-Sep-11 22:29:39

Are they decent quality?
What is the calf width like?

I am looking particularly at the wedge knee length boots here
www.whitestuff.com/selected_sku/292931GY029-4/BONNIE-WEDGE-BOOT-P292931/

culturevulture Sun 04-Sep-11 19:10:59

bump

LynetteScavo Sun 04-Sep-11 19:12:32

I bought some ankle boots in the sale last year, and the quality isn't that great.

pamplemousserose Sun 04-Sep-11 19:21:41

My friend has had two pairs and the zip broke on both.

neuroticmumof3 Sun 04-Sep-11 20:19:24

I just fell in love with the three buckle boot (sorry, not clever enough to link) but for the price I'd want a decent quality and to get a lot of wear out of them. So now I'm thinking I won't get them. But my heart is breaking.

shopalot Sun 04-Sep-11 20:26:47

Just got a code with my red magazine. 15% off with bubbles. Just in case you decide to buy....

shopalot Sun 04-Sep-11 20:27:04

Bubbles is the code...

snowmummy Sun 04-Sep-11 20:28:37

Love those 3 buckle ones too but they are expensive and the quality isn't great sad

snowmummy Sun 04-Sep-11 20:29:39

meant to say and if the quality isn't great sad

neuroticmumof3 Sun 04-Sep-11 20:46:08

I've just ordered a dark brown pair of Fly Mols instead although I'm not convinced my calves will get in them as I've heard they're quite narrow. Have also heard mixed reports about their quality but at only £69.95 I'm more prepared to take a risk.

culturevulture Sun 04-Sep-11 21:07:32

I did pop into a White Stuff shop today to have a look.

The three buckle ones did not look anything special. I did like the suede boots but still not convinced they would last long.

Bonus was that they are not too tight on the calves smile

pamplemousserose Sun 04-Sep-11 22:54:59

Have a look on the amazon website. I got an excellent pair of brown flat rockport boots for 40 quid this week.

TapselteerieO Sun 04-Sep-11 23:49:02

Good luck with the mols neuroticm - I hope they are better made than the £40 ones I have from office, they are not waterproof, not even walking over damp grass or wet pavements due to the stitching on them - if it is raining I don't bother putting them on, because I know my feet will be wet.

I know some people haven't had the same problem, but it is worth knowing - a pair of dp PU ones at the same price lasted a lot longer.

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