Ah. I, on the other hand, just got back from the England and Scotland and I can tell you, over the three weeks, a pair of those would have been supremely useful(as well as natty)numerous times.
The boots look cute,but being an adult,who actually has to use boots a lot,I prefer the classic Barbour and Aigle boots,the ones that are meant for colder climates.
I concede anonymous' point, but at the price points for this pair, they'd make a fun extra pair -- AND brighten up the entryway while waiting to be taken for a walk. And I get "the opportunity" to wear rainboots many, many, many days here 'round Vancouver.
I bought the orange wellies that I may never get to wear in L.A.--but perhaps they will give me an excuse to go visit Materfamilias. You get these and we will both go up to Vancouver together.;-)
You could wear them with my matching Queen Min koi ring :-)Which I haven't shared a photo of yet, so just imagine it.
toby - and you would have looked quite fetching while tromping through the moors.anon - yes, these are a bit more whimsical than serious. And I don't think they'd be warm enough for seriously cold weather.materfamilias - rainboot decor, love it!LBR - wouldn't that be a fun trip! wendyb - ooh, can hardly wait to see it!
Rarely, but not NEVER. In Miss J's opinion, one needs rainboots in LA because, tho it rarely rains when it does, man it pours, as the song says.Plus, these are fabulous.
darn you! i keep trying *not* to buy these 'cz i already have a few pair of cute rubber boots. maybe this is an omen and i should have them. as for not being able to wear them? isn't LA the home of that strange Uggs trend? in other words, what's temp and weather got to do with it? anyway, you'll have a rain day sometime. or maybe you'll take a trip where you can slop around in some wet weather and you'll be oh so ready...as for "adult" rainwear, no comment...
That is so cool! :-) Alas, wellies and boots are not something I consider wearing (I have a pair of unworn, Charles Jourdan boots bought on impulse but now sitting as a vintage piece on top of a bookshelf to show for this attitude).. :-(
OMG this is fabulous!
Yes, Miss Janey is so right - when it rains in Los Angeles, it sure pours...and isn't this the year our 7 years of drought change over to 7 years of floods?
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