feels like i was searching forever. at least, i think i did, and to be honest, i still do. well, no. thats not true. i found them, but they‘re not my budget right now. oh how i hate it...
when i went to my all time life saver zara (when it comes to fashion emergencies), to check some of their beautifull booties they have in store this season, i came across this boots. i already saw them online, but paid no attention. i was there for other shoes. but they just popped my eye and wouldn‘t let me go. and as i wasn‘t pleased with the quality of the shiny ones, i decided to get these. at least.
i didn‘t buy any shoes last winter (except my nike free runs) cause i could‘t find any i liked. and this year i was searching the web like a crazy one, searching every shop in each city i came across. i started talking about shoes, dreaming about shoes. i wanted these acne boots. so bad. i had a concrete vision in my head, and a price limit set at 180 euro.
i was so happy when i found these asos boots that just look exactly like the acne ones (see here how similar they are), and counted the days until it would arrive. but when i tried them on, my little bubble burst. they were sooooo small and tight, at least 3 sizes to small. and as i‘m a tall girl with big feet, i had to send them back and say goodbye.
for now i‘m quite satisfied with my zara boots, though i already bought another pair at zaras on sale, which became my everyday shoe at the moment. quite funny...i was looking for boots quite like this for almost 2 years. and now when i have them i never wear them. can anyone understand thsi? i think its a womens thing - isnt‘t it?
(as i planned this post in december the boots are on sale now...if you hurry up you can get them on sale)