It's a dreary day in NWA, which only adds to my insane craving for a pair of Hunter boots. I justify paying one million dollars (okay, $135) for rubber boots because our spring seasons here in AR are typically rain-filled, storm-filled, mud-filled etc. As many are in the contiguous United States.
Okay, so this doesn't exactly boil down to need. And I can't even wear them during the days of Monday through Friday, as I'm not sure they're work appropriate. Plus, I probably wouldn't get a whole lot of use outta these puppies. I mean, I park in a parking garage, not a swamp. And I hate mud and being out in the elements, meaning the chances of me being in a predicament that requires rubber boots is slim.
So, there's that.
Still, in an attempt to look "outdoorsy", I pine for these boots.
|I'm told these repel water just like a snake's skin. (I mean, they must, right?)|
|I'm not always British, but when I am, I wear these boots.|
|These remind me of Tory Burch's lovely boots.|
|A wedge! In rain boot form! For us vertically-challenged gals...|
|These are green. |
And in other news, the sky is blue.
1) This was not a sponsored post. I just plain like these boots.
2) Fun post featuring a cute little get-up from Hazel's Haven tomorrow. Stay tuned, bunnies.