These Boots Weren’t Made for Walking

2012-12-30 003 070Let me tell you what I hate. I hate when  you buy a pair of over the knee boots & they fit perfectly in the store. Well, when you decide to wear them, they still look good on you. As the day progresses, you notice that you have to keep pulling & tugging on them to keep them up.  At this point, you’re really really frustrated because they didn’t fit like that when you first put them on. At the end of the day, they are damn near around your ankles because they’ve stretched so much. I hate that! That is exactly what happened with these boots. You guys may remember them from my Fall/Winter Boot Haul video. I also bought them in another style & now I’m scared to wear them. And now I can’t take them back because its past the return date…..ughhhh!!!!2012-12-30 003 081

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Shirt: Thrifted, Pants: H&M, Boots: Kelsi Dagger, Glasses & Earrings: Forever 21

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Has this ever happened to you?

Talk to you soon,

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19 Responses to These Boots Weren’t Made for Walking

  1. FabEllis says:

    LOL! This has definitely happened to me before and probably partly why I am afraid to purchase over the knee boots. Love the outfit! Very cute with the glasses.

  2. Yes…I hate that as well. I brought some boots from Bakers and they never stay up. They were my favorite pair of boots too.

  3. Josie says:

    I hate when that happens. The worse is when the boots are flats and they STILL hurt.

  4. Kia Love says:

    Oh no. Don’t give up on them. They are too cute!

  5. Those boots are amazing but I am also adoring your vintage peplum top! Great outfit…xoxoxo

  6. Toya says:

    So very cute…Love the whole look.

  7. Girl, this hasn’t happened to me before but now you have me scared to wear my boots. I have these same boots! #twinsies LOL! I wore them this weekend for some pictures I took, but I haven’t worn them for the full day yet. I have thicker legs, so I’m hoping that this helps me with this pair. UGH! #nervous

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  8. Laab206 says:

    Hey Prissy. Take them to the shoe maker. They may be able to add something to keep the up.

  9. jeimy says:

    They’re gorgeous anyway great look love the hair!

  10. Myah says:

    I agree! Sagging boots are always so frustrating. Some of my fav boots are chronic saggers lol and I love them but they are so frustrating.
    You look cute.
    Myah
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  11. Reana says:

    That happened to me with some boots I bought…this lady seen me pulling them up and suggested getting something added inside to keep them up.

  12. Els says:

    Maybe try some fashion tape? Or maybe the shoe maker can make some elastic on the inside so they stay up? Good luck!

  13. Trice says:

    You look fab! I bought these boots over Christmas break!!! Aren’t they amazing!

  14. Love this look!!!! Lol…Those boots are everything!! Love them!!!

  15. Ahhh I hate when that happens but you look great and that top is everything! Love it!

    -Niurka
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  16. That has never happened to me, b/c I don’t own any over the knee boots.

    But I will say I love that hairdo you’ve got going on (:

  17. Melanie Smith says:

    Take them to a shoe repair shop. If there is a seam, they should be able to take them in.

  18. Style Chic 360 says:

    This has never happened to me, because I’m lucky if boots fit over my calves let alone my thighs. hehe.

    You look fab, I love that top pic! Your hair!!! So cute!

  19. Tasha says:

    This was happening to me. Then I started putting leg warms on with them and they stay right up. No more tugging and pulling =) I saw a post on pinterest about it lol

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