Sunday, May 20, 2012

If the boot fits

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boots: mathers // skirt: kmart // shirt: dotti // blazer: zara // bag: spotted moth

Finding long boots is an absolute nightmare for me. I have chunky calves and most boots will only zip half way up. I spotted these last week and was adamant they wouldn't fit but my friends convinced me to try them on. Low and behold they zipped up (ignore the fact I had to size up and have to wear thick ankle socks) and I now have boots for winter. The weather here is beautiful at the moment crisp mornings and lovely sunny days I wish  Autumn could last forever.

This weekend has been slow and relaxing. I have read books, watched documentaries, napped and completed three loads of laundry. I love busy weekends but quiet ones remind you to take time out and enjoy the simple things. I think I needed this weekend to really get over the cold I have had for the last little while. I am finally feeling motivated again after two long weeks of feeling tired and uninspired.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend!

P.s If you are a documentary nerd like me check out smh.tv hundreds of free documentaries, I am absolutely addicted!

13 comments:

  1. Lovely boots! I struggle to wear my boots without overheating. You wear blazers very well. xx

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  2. L-O-V-E the boots! I have chunky calves but really small ankles and feet, so I have struggled to find a pair of long boots that fit right. In fact, I'm still searching...
    ~S.

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  3. Those boots are GORGEOUS! Do you mind sharing how much and what the style is called? I too am blessed with thick calves and would love to try these on!! =)

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  4. They are fantastic boots! I have the too-big-calves problem too sometimes, it can be a pain. Love the outfit :)

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  5. I love love your boots. I have some that are quite similar. Brown boots are so classic. I just adore your style.

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  6. Ahh...those boots!

    I also have a problem with long boots. Alas, my problem is that they go over my knees. Damn these short legs!

    I find that mid calf boots suit me best.

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  7. I am going to check out smh.tv right now as I am a huge documentary nerd. As I write I am watching one about the world's largest ever snake - fossils were found and the snake would have been almost 50 feet long. Can you imagine!
    Anyway I also love your outfit - the skirt is so cute!

    Gems x

    Australian Fashion Review Blog

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  8. Eeee I love documentaries thanks for the link!

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  9. @clara the boots are from Mathers there a brand called giovanna and the style is tempo they were $150 on sale but are a gorgeous soft leather!

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  10. These boots are amazing! I have the exact opposite problem, boots look so ugh on me unless I layer them over skinny jeans because of my skinny legs! :(

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  11. Love this outfit - especially the boots! I'm like you, I struggle to get boots to fit my calves, especially since I only wear a size 7 shoe.

    x Jasmine

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