1.08.2011

HERE 2 PLEASE U

I had wanted boots from Pleaser for a long time, but hadn't set my mind on getting any until trying on my friend's pair a month ago.  This pair is just short of seven inches.. and they look even taller in person. I got them knowing I needed a cheaper pair of ankle boots to wear at work in place of my nicer heels, and they did the trick.






8 comments:

  1. My wonderful other half treated me to exactly the same boots for my birthday in December. You are far braver than me - wearing them to work?? I haven't even ventured out the flat yet... Right, you've inspired me - I must ge that situation sorted!

    http://baroqueboudoir.blogspot.com/2010/12/shiny-shiny-shiny-boots-of-leather.html

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  2. How do walk in them, they look uncomfortable?

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  3. They're probably the most comfortable heels I own. Just wish I could buy a pair in real leather..

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  4. THEY'RE GORGEOUS!

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