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Decisions... Fly boots or Uggs??

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Mimi1977 Sun 06-Sep-09 19:11:02

I hadn't discovered Fly boots until coming on here but I love them. I have some LK Bennett brown boots to wear with skinny jeans but they are wide at the calf so can't wear with skirts and dresses. I have healed knee high boots to wear with skirts but would like something more casual and funky since my SAHM status. Can I wear skinny jeans with Fly boots? (want some black ones)

I don't want to look like I'm heading into the office but I love clothes and making an effort. I also want to keep looking funky. I also love the idea of some Uggs but I know the downside is you can't wear them in the rain like I could if I got Fly boots.

Ahhhh decisions - what do you all think?

DogAgain Sun 06-Sep-09 19:11:46

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AnyFucker Sun 06-Sep-09 19:16:47

Fly boots are very narrow in the calf, just to warn you

I have relatively skinny calves, but even my skinny jeans look a bit "bunched-up" in Fly boots

they look fab with thick leggings or woolly tights though

I personally don't like Uggs, too ubiquitous and too many orange-faced, poker-straight haired 14 yo's slop around in bad copies for my liking smile

Mimi1977 Sun 06-Sep-09 19:18:04

Considering that option Dog!

cocolepew Sun 06-Sep-09 19:18:52


missmelly Sun 06-Sep-09 19:30:09

Uggs shouldnt be seen outside the house

everlong Sun 06-Sep-09 20:33:52

I'm not oranged-faced or 14 but pale-ish and 41- but my uggs ( real ones ) are good for the following : pulling on when you need to go out quick, good when you feel cold and need to go in the cold kitchen, good when you just want to feel cosy. I love my Uggs. They are sooooofffft warm and quick and I will always have some!

Fly??? Mmm not sure, bit gothy for me and look like they will not be very comfy.

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