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Rules about boot colour and clothing colour??

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kiwidreamer Mon 08-Oct-12 18:14:28

I'm assuming there probably is and I've been oblivious all these years, can you wear black boots with brown clothing or should you always wear brown, black boots with grey must be okay, surely, cos grey with brown just sounds wrong! Anyone able to enlighten me on the general rules smile actually this probably applies to all shoes not just boots!

Dordeydoo Mon 08-Oct-12 18:15:32

Id where brown with brown and black with black, grey etc

dexter73 Mon 08-Oct-12 18:16:00

I wear whatever colour I fancy!

usualsuspect3 Mon 08-Oct-12 18:17:28

I just wear the only brown pair of boots I own with everything.

Chocoholiday Mon 08-Oct-12 18:17:39

There are no rules wink

MysteriousHamster Mon 08-Oct-12 18:22:50

Brown and black go with most things.

I only worry about it with navy blue stuff, I feel it's too close to black to wear black with, iykwim. Then I tend to opt for brown boots when possible.

fedupofnamechanging Mon 08-Oct-12 19:33:17

I wear black boots with navy. Maybe brown would be okay - will have to have a look. I have some gorgeous Dune boots in that greasy lightish brown (I make them sound so appealing, but they are honestly nice). Never know what to wear them with.

Dollydowser Mon 08-Oct-12 19:36:55

If they made navy boots, I'd wear them. I wrote to Duo a few years ago asking for a pair of navy blue platform wedge boots. As yet they haven't made them, but I haven't lost hope yet.

fedupofnamechanging Mon 08-Oct-12 19:45:47

Brown is a bugger to match a coat to, as well. I have a lovely brown leather coat, which manages to clash beautifully with my brown boots!

LittlePandaBear Mon 08-Oct-12 20:26:59

Here you go Dolly, but you may need a new credit card grin

Dollydowser Mon 08-Oct-12 21:29:43

Thanks Panda! Just a little high for day wear grin
I can only find boots to fit in Duo though. Boden did some the other year which were perfect, well they would have been if they'd have fitted. Its not that my calves are too big though, you understand, tis my little feet that are out of proportion. Honest.

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