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Cheapest ash jalouse?

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Romcom Tue 01-Apr-14 19:49:31

So I'm thinking of investing in ash jalouse boots for next winter, wondered if spring is a good time to buy as they might be on sale, or is that wishful thinking? Any advice appreciated grin

capet Tue 01-Apr-14 20:16:23

Haven't checked if they currently have any for you but brand Boudoir are generally good for ash

dexter73 Tue 01-Apr-14 20:17:58

What size and colour do you want?

Romcom Tue 01-Apr-14 21:59:42

I'm usually a 6, but I hear you should size down? I like the wood ash. Thanks Capet will check it out!

cardamomginger Tue 01-Apr-14 22:14:59

I've got Spirals and find they are bang on size. I couldn't get into the Jalouse because of my high instep. If they had fit me, I would have got the wood ash - the colour is divine!

Second Brand Boudoir. They are great.

Annianni Tue 01-Apr-14 22:23:09

Brand alley had some at the weekend I think.

I got some from a shop called Tessuti at the Trafford centre for £39 a couple of weeks ago.

Romcom Wed 02-Apr-14 03:23:39

Thanks everyone. Can't find any without the £150+ price tag but I'll keep my eye on the sites suggested.

cardamomginger Wed 02-Apr-14 09:40:55


Not great though, is it? Some colours are heavily discounted on such sites, others not at all, or by a tiny amount.

cardamomginger Wed 02-Apr-14 09:42:11



cardamomginger Wed 02-Apr-14 09:43:08

Only in 36....

ChablisLover Wed 02-Apr-14 11:11:46

I only have spirals but find them ok size wise

The trainers are another matter though - I size down on those

Romcom Wed 02-Apr-14 12:21:25

Thanks everyone. If only I was size 36 smile

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