just wondering if anyone knows where I might get suitable ones that are still fashionable - wearing a teal dress Christmas day so looking for them for that.
looking for tan/brown knee high boots with not too high a heel always have trouble with zipping them full ways as my calves arent the skinniest usually get them half way
I always get the same trouble actually, maybe try Evans website I think they do bigger or stretchier sizes
make boots to custom fit you! They're a bit more expensive but well worth the money. I'm ordering a pair for Christmas!
Im also a bit of a cheapo & hate having to fork out €100 for a pair of boots!!
I got black boots in Sept that just pull over your leg so they are brill - on the lookout for brown ones now - heard River Island do good sizes but you'l pay for them - mite ask them from santa
God im the very same & its head wreckin
Evans shops sell great boots that fit wider calved legs..some lovely styles too
They fit perfect and go over my jeans aswell. Never more then 30euro either but u have to be lucky cos they sell out fast.
I have trouble with this aswell, have tried loads river island, new look etc and surprisingly enough i got a brown pair last year and a black pair this year from PENNYS.
Oh God I'm the very same!
Thought I was alone in the world! I only wear ankle boots as a result
Great to see this post and get those tips,
was just about to say Penneys. Was in there looking for a cheapo pair of shoes and saw these boots that had extra room in them. looked nice.
[quote="MrsWhippy09":38xdkrp1]www.Duoboots.com make boots to custom fit you! They're a bit more expensive but well worth the money. I'm ordering a pair for Christmas![/quote:38xdkrp1]
I second Duo. I got a pair and they are soooooo comfortable.
This seems to be a really common problem!
My friend and I were discussing this last winter. A shop local to us started stocking wider fit boots but the price difference was ridiculous, especially considering that most people I know would have this problem. We were both debating forking out for them though, when we realised that Dunnes Stores boots fitted just fine - they seem to be a bit more generous / realistic! Don't know what they have in stock at the moment, but check there and Penneys out if you don't want to have to fork out a huge amount.