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Do these boots count as smart casual? help needed

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honeybeeplusone Tue 04-Oct-16 14:42:06

Hello ladies, help needed! I'm heading to a place where smart casual is the dress code... I am planning on wearing a dress and my favourite and comfortable boots
I have been told no trainers, so are these OK?... Please tell me if not!!! Another option is jeans and some low heels... would that be better? confused

trufflepiggy Tue 04-Oct-16 14:43:25

I think they're casual, sorry.

They're nice though!

Drowzeee Tue 04-Oct-16 14:59:32

No, I don't think they would count as smart casual either, too casual.

burnishedsilver Tue 04-Oct-16 15:17:06

No, They're very casual.

Lucked Tue 04-Oct-16 15:27:30

Casual. Certainly don't wear them initially and see how others dress.

Are jeans allowed in smart casual? Maybe very good indigo or black jeans, I would be cautious of mid blue denim.

honeybeeplusone Tue 04-Oct-16 15:29:40

Ok thanks ladies you are awesome! Really glad I checked! Phew! smile

calmbeforeiloseit Tue 04-Oct-16 15:32:28

Whilst they're lovely, I'd definitely say they're casual.

I get the impression you're not overly enamoured with the idea of wearing heels? Would some like these do on short notice?,default,sc.html#,default,sc.html

Dark skinny jeans, some nice understated boots and a smart top could be lovely?

calmbeforeiloseit Tue 04-Oct-16 15:33:30

Bloody link - I was thinking some like the black suede ankle boots?

honeybeeplusone Tue 04-Oct-16 18:13:22

Thank you - I just had a trying on session at home and found a navy blue dress that fits so can wear it with some heels and black tights or navy blue work trousers with a navy blue shiny top and low heels. I think that's more like it than my original ideas! Need to get out of the house more it seems wink

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