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im obviously asking for TOO much with knee boots. ( year 3)

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AnnetteProfit Mon 10-Oct-11 14:50:04

i want knee boots. yes KNEE - not top of calf, that fit a skinny ankle.

got the exorbitantly priced hobbs ones with a slight stretch and they dont even hit the bottom of my knee bone.
all others wellies.

i might have to turn to Russell and Bromley

AnnetteProfit Mon 10-Oct-11 14:50:18

skinny leg, not ankle.
although that too skinny

AnnetteProfit Mon 10-Oct-11 14:51:04

these, i wnat really plain and heeled SLIGHTLY to wear with mini skirts or jeans

mirpuppet Mon 10-Oct-11 20:14:01

Have you tried the various 50/50 boots -- I think they are popular because they fit ankles.

Can't do links but here's trying --

herecomesthsun Mon 10-Oct-11 20:20:05

Ooh - I have some Russell and Bromley boots just like the 5050 ones. 13 years old and still going strong.

talilac Mon 10-Oct-11 20:32:02

Yes - Stuart Weitzman. They have a number of styles that suit skinny legs. Available from Russell & Bromley. Expensive though. I can't link because stoopid R&B don't have a decent website.

Mumelie Mon 10-Oct-11 20:39:03

Bertie button boots are great. I have average calf measurement but skinny ankles and boots always sag there. These Bertie ones fit perfectly and are knee length. I have them in tan and black and they have lasted a few winters now and still look like new.

noddyholder Mon 10-Oct-11 21:14:52

Aldo are quite skinny

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