Which color boots are nicer?

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The second pic with the darker color.
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The second pic with the darker color.
Originally Posted by Saria
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Here's my dilemma, I bought them in the shorter version and the taller version in the tan color you both picked but I feel silly keeping them both. I too am not that crazy about the color of the first pair but if I got that color they wouldn't both be so similar.

I guess at this point I need to decide if I will keep the 8" or 12" boots. With the 12" boots I can only wear them with boot cut jeans or pants tucked in. With the shorter ones I can actually wear them with some straight leg Levis jeans.

If it were you, would you keep the taller or shorter tan pair?
I'd keep the taller pair, especially in the darker color. My friend has the shorter ones and she regrets buying them because they look weird with jeans tucked into them.
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Thanks for your feedback. The dilemma is I hardly ever tuck my pants in boots and I cannot wear the taller ones with straight leg pants which I wear frequently. The taller ones do however work with bootcut jeans. Maybe I will keep both? Good thing I got them from Zappos as I have a while to decide...
Taller and lighter would be my choice. (I have a similar pair and I love them and get lots of use out of them.)
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Spider, you like the first pair better?
Spider, you like the first pair better?
Originally Posted by Curlswirl
The images are actually too big for me to view properly and compare. I see the two colors and like the lighter color. And just generally prefer taller boots. (But from what I see, both boots look the same size.)

Is there another instance of the image somewhere on the site that's smaller? Maybe I'm commenting on the wrong pair bc I can't see them?
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Ohhhh so the top pair, the lighter colored pair is a little shorter?

In that case, I would go w/ the taller ones bc the color is kind of cose. The taller height trumps the slipt color difference for me. But that is coming from someone who would and does tuck pants into boots. Unless you are wearing them all the time w/ skirts, I don't see the purpose of getting boots if you're not going to tuck in.
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They are both actually 12" height boots Spider.

These are the shorter ones I am considering:Frye Harness 8R W Tan Leather - Zappos.com Free Shipping BOTH Ways
I don't think I'd keep both. I don't see getting enough use out of two pairs of such similar boots. I'd choose the ones I'd get the most use out of and then find a second pair with a different look and/or completely different color.
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When are women going to face the fact that they donít know their own bodies as well as men who have heard things?

Don Langrick
Bonsai Culturist
They are both actually 12" height boots Spider.

These are the shorter ones I am considering:Frye Harness 8R W Tan Leather - Zappos.com Free Shipping BOTH Ways
Originally Posted by Curlswirl

Oh OK. Then i would like the lighter color pair of 12"ers better.
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Thanks for your feedback everyone. Now I will need to think this over some more...

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