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honest opinion on these please

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Twinklestar2 Fri 18-Dec-15 07:43:57

www.aldoshoes.com/uk/en_UK/women/It-Girl/DESAREA/p/38751280-95

southeastastra Fri 18-Dec-15 08:08:55

horrible

potap123 Fri 18-Dec-15 08:11:51

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gingerparkin Fri 18-Dec-15 08:14:58

Depends on what you plan to wear them with. I think there are nicer versions of this style. For me they are a bit too fussy with the shine And it seems they can't decide if they are a smart boot or a casual boot. Personally not keen on the point and they look quite high. Also wonder if they come up quite high above the ankle which can be unflattering if you have stumpy legs like mine.

QforCucumber Fri 18-Dec-15 08:15:18

Like them in black, not in patent or white though

SinglePringle Fri 18-Dec-15 08:20:01

Love the patent finish and the shape (including pointed toe). Really love.

No keen at all on the wood.

hugoagogo Fri 18-Dec-15 08:24:55

£55 and not even leather.! It's a no from me.

orlakielyimnot Fri 18-Dec-15 08:27:55

I don't hate them or love them. They're like a high heeled wellie. I think they could be quite funky but I would keep the outfit simple, black jeans assume tee.

FankEweVeryMuch Fri 18-Dec-15 09:09:09

I like the all black ones but not the patent.

Twinklestar2 Fri 18-Dec-15 09:56:30

Thanks all!

Flambola Fri 18-Dec-15 10:02:37

I love them.

skippy67 Fri 18-Dec-15 10:04:40

I think they're lovely.

desperatehousewife2 Fri 18-Dec-15 10:34:50

Love them!!!

Love them in patent! I usually find Chealsea boots to be fugly and they remind me of mum boots (because they are what completely careless mums used to wear) so on generally hate them.

These though, are rather nice. Get them, they're funky.

hellsbellsmelons Fri 18-Dec-15 10:49:49

Love them too! And a good price from Aldo.
Might just have to jump on this bandwagon - sorry!

amarmai Fri 18-Dec-15 10:53:19

wd look great with a black or red lace sheath .or black skinnies.

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