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Ash Fringe boots - opinions on these ones and will they date?

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HypnoticButton Sun 28-Feb-16 10:26:07

I've read lots about this make in here but have never tried them myself.

I'm looking for something that I can wear with skirts and dresses through the spring.

what do people tank of these boots?

Many thanks

HypnoticButton Sun 28-Feb-16 10:26:47



MizK Sun 28-Feb-16 10:33:22

I love fringe!

But I think these are a bit clumpy and, if worn with a dress, probably wildly unflattering to the legs.

ChrissyHynde Sun 28-Feb-16 10:41:11

Love them !

SinglePringle Sun 28-Feb-16 10:46:20

Cute! Really like and I'd wear with bare legs / short skirts and dresses too.

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Feb-16 10:46:47

I don't like the moccasinny front bit and I think they'd look really clompy on.

Tate15 Sun 28-Feb-16 10:58:30

I don't like them. They look like one little old Mexican lady would wear them!

These are slightly better

Tate15 Sun 28-Feb-16 10:59:37

I like these

sassytheFIRST Sun 28-Feb-16 11:00:25

I'd say they are already dated. Worn in the 1890s by Navaho tribespeople.... I'm not a fan. The same style on a small heel, much nicer. IMO.

ThatsNotMyRabbit Sun 28-Feb-16 11:01:08

They're horrible 😮

HarmonicaJones Sun 28-Feb-16 11:18:41

Honestly? They're shockingly awful.

herecomesthsun Sun 28-Feb-16 11:43:39

They do have a hidden 2 " wedge heel so might be more flattering on than people think.

Babymamamama Sun 28-Feb-16 11:46:22

They are already dated. Saw similar around 2 years ago. And I think they'd mark quite easily.

burnishedsilver Sun 28-Feb-16 12:06:49

They're a bit pocahontis. Yes, they will date very quickly.

XiCi Sun 28-Feb-16 12:27:08

I think fringe boots have been around for a good few seasons now and show no sign of going away so I wouldn't worry about them dating, especially if you are wanting them for wear this spring. I don't like the Ash ones though and have seen much nicer around. ASOS will probably have a good selection, I saw some gorgeous ones there a few weeks ago and I've seen some nice ones in River Island

Love these

MissTessmacher Sun 28-Feb-16 12:28:16

Absolutely vile.

muddymary Mon 29-Feb-16 00:34:27

I love them!

RosyCat Mon 29-Feb-16 03:45:52

I like them. Cute with tanned legs. I also like these to go with jeans.

louloubelle2 Mon 29-Feb-16 17:27:22

They are too clumpy for skirts I think, but as they are in fashion, there will be plenty of alternatives around. Asos is probably a good bet. (just seen Asos has already been recommended as I was about to hit send)

They will definitely date, so if you want them to last longer than this year, and £165 is a lot of money for you, then don't bother.

SanityClause Mon 29-Feb-16 17:29:31

I think they're horrid. But then I thought that of the wedge heeled trainers which spawned a thousand copies, so what do I know? confused

polyhymnia Mon 29-Feb-16 18:02:09

I was in their shop the other day and saw these. The aging hippy side of me was drawn to them for a moment, tbh, but I thought then that they wouldn't be a great investment at that price as the fringes would very quickly date - in fact, I'd say are already dated. (Had a fringed pair of short boots 5+ years ago). So, though I see why you fancy them, I'd agree with majority.
Having said that, I do like my (much plainer) Ash Virgins, which are very comfortable.

polyhymnia Mon 29-Feb-16 18:03:16

PS - I also don't like wedge heeled trainer type shoes, only 'flat' ones.

herecomesthsun Tue 01-Mar-16 19:11:37

I like these actually

LadyPriggsbottom Tue 01-Mar-16 20:32:45

Love them!

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