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Regardless of region how long can you realistically wear fashion boots?

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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I am a boot junkie! Yep there it is!!! I admit to itestatic

      Seriously tho how long can I wear my boots? This week has been in the low 70’s this week. I know it’s going to cool down again but warmer weather is on it’s way.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • LOL. Vikki.... I'm a all around shoe junkie.  I wore boots last year into June and again at the end of summer, at night. It was still getting cold in June, and that's typical here. I plan to wear my short boots until it's too hot to. They feel dressy and (except for my cowboy boots) and look good with jeans. Hard to imagine it being in the 70's in February anywhere this morning. It's 25 here and snowing.  

      Cathie




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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I know! I’m not used to nice weather this early in the year. As for footwear.....YEP I’m a junkie all the wayy around. However I think fall and winter footwear is more fun!




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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • Until you get too hot in them.  Or unless they have fur trim in which case they’d look kind of funny in June in most places.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I’m a little divided on the favorite seasonal footwear, as last year was the first time in 18 years that I could indulge my Love of footwear again and now have so many favorites that span the seasons. ;oD  There are more boots than sandals, flats & pumps, though. Oh, I meant to imply that my cowboy boots don’t feel dressy, but casual chic and wear them more often than the rest of my boots.  

      I haven’t worn them out yet, but I bought a pair of black suede high heeled fitted ankle boots to wear under my skinny jeans that aren’t skin tight on me. A zipper on the side for a good fit and they‘re a girls night out or a date boot. Not for rain or snow though.
      I’m breaking them in wearing them around the house and if you saw my silly happy smile, you’d be laughing and maybe relate. LOL  

      Cathie




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I like fall and winter footwear better too. I usually wear mine into May unless it really warms up sooner.




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      Angelcart wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I quit wearing my winter boot’s around March.  But, I wear my cowboy boots with jeans all year round.  Gotta love a great pair of cowboy boots!happy




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      Marya1961 wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • Just like Angel, usually March is about the end for me with boots...can’t wait for the sandals!estaticestatic




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      Paulina Jacobs wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • I let the weather dictate.  Once the temperature is warm enough to make the transition to a spring wardrobe, that is when I change footwear as well.




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      Kyah wrote Feb 17, 2011
    • As soon as it starts getting too warm, I come out of boots. I have ankle booties, mid calf and knee boots. The knee boots are lined, but the booties are not and the mid calf are “special” (because they‘re purple suede!) I will wear sneakers until it’s time to break out the huaraches (also purple LOL). Never did like straight sandals, besides I wear orthotics so I need the sneakers to hide them big ugly suckers.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Feb 18, 2011
    • LOL, Kyah... knowing you Love purple it’s no surprise to me you’d have purple boots! ;oD  

      Cathie




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      Kmarie wrote Feb 18, 2011
    • I also love boots and I do tend to let the weather dictate, but I will wear them as late as I can at least until the mid 70’s




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Feb 19, 2011
    • Purple boots are the coolest! I have two pair. In ca u see boots all year round and with shorts to boot...corney joke but its working for me at this min. In time lol
      Boots depending on style can be an all year thing




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      Kyah wrote Feb 19, 2011
    • ^5 to those who know the power of purple boots! heart heart

      To tell a quick story, my primary doctor is in her 80s, and I knew she was going to be my doctor for as long as she would be practicing because the first time I visited her, she was wearing a purple suit! I happened to have on a pair of suede purple booties, and when I was getting weighed, she spotted them, snatched up one of them and said “Oooo! These are adorable! Where did you get these from?” and slipped her hand into the boot, feeling it all up. I gave her the fish eye and said, “Roamans, now un-hand the boot, Doc!” We cracked up laughing.




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      UK Girl wrote Feb 19, 2011
    • Just bought some summer boots they are pale cream suede with a punch hole pattern and I’m in love and yes I’ll wear them till the end of May or until it gets too warm




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      Nita P wrote Jan 25, 2012
    • unless your feet feel like its sweltering in the boot then there is no need to change if it is comfortable




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