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I am mourning the loss of my uggish boots, I need to replace them... Please help!

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OracleInaCoracle · 01/03/2012 10:13

They were simillar to these shorter but the same colour. They were sooooo comfortable and looked great with skinnies. can you help me find an inexpensive alternative (like, under £40) in a size 3? pretty please?

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Jackstini · 01/03/2012 11:27

with buckle on

plain chestnut

here

utter bargain!

In fact i am going to order the last ones myself!

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OracleInaCoracle · 01/03/2012 11:32

I quite like the first ones! I'd really like some with a leather/stiff outers iykwim

having said that, I like these

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lynniep · 01/03/2012 11:37

bit confused. would you buy the rocket dog boots if they were in a 3? or are they too long for you? (although sugar daddies are quite short. only come up mid-calf)

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OracleInaCoracle · 01/03/2012 11:45

yep, probably. they are a bit long (Best Boots Ever were ankle height) but perfect colour and perfect material. Best Boots Ever were worn out on the sole.

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piratecat · 01/03/2012 11:54

ewe boots are good and you can get them cheaper if you search.

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OracleInaCoracle · 01/03/2012 11:58

I have titchy feet so can get away with kids boots a lot of the time, I do like the ewe short ones though...

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piratecat · 01/03/2012 12:42

i know you lucky thing! having the option for kids ones!

mind you i can get away with kids 5 1/2 adidas shelltoes, which is great!

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OracleInaCoracle · 01/03/2012 12:47

it is ace, its a pain in the arse when it comes to grown up shoes though. I have a high arch and narrow feet so the slip out of heels unless there is a bar.

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