HELP me choose boots

  1. both are cute-- I noticed that one has a 12" cir. and the other a 15 inch circ. That may be a deciding factor if you plan to tuck your jeans in... just a thought.

    12 seems REALLY tiny to me!!! Then again, you may have teeny legs!
     
  2. hmmm good suggestion, now where is my measuring tape!
     
  3. Personally I like the look of the second one better.

    Did you see these? They're by Donald Pilner and are very similar in style. I thought they were very nicely made and very comfortable. Price is good too. I have a really small calf so they didn't work for me but they have a lot of stretch in the calf area.

    http://www.zappos.com/n/p/p/7269202/c/48675.html
     
  4. I love the first ones most:biggrin:.

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  5. I like the 2nd pair better, plus they are 200 dollars cheaper!
     
  6. I have the Donald J Pliner Elisa boots in black from Zappos. I get a lot of questions on which brand they're from because they have a low heel but look great. Only problem with them is that they started squeaking quite a bit after only a short time of being worn!
     
  7. moving to Glass Slipper. . . .
     
  8. 'butter calf leather' woho, can't go wrong with that!
     
  9. I like the 1st ones better too. Sorry, I know they are more expensive. lol
     
  10. I like the first ones better.
     
  11. While I love the simple classic lines of the Weitzman's, there is no way you will be able to get jeans tucked into them unless you have toothpick legs.

    I just bought my first pair of Modern Vintage booties (below), and I can honestly say that I was blown away by the quality (beautifully leather lined), the feel of the soft leather, and the fit. They were designed for my foot. IMO, you can't go wrong with the MV, plus they will most likely allow jeans to be tucked into them.
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  12. Those Modern Vintage booties are so cute, I want a pair.