Boot trend question....

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Dogs and nature abhor a vacuum.
I don't find it trendy or just for young people. Leather boots can just naturally wear that way.
ditto laura lee. If darks spots bother you just use mink oil to darken up the whole boot.
And I love those boots.
Originally Posted by jeepcurlygurl

Yeah, it looked like normal wear to me. I wear my boots in wet, around horses, doing work.... they get dark toes if they're a lighter color, and toes get worn out if they're a darker color.
The pews never miss a sermon but that doesn't get them one step closer to Heaven.

But at least the pews never attend yoga!
Is a suede stone like a suede eraser? I have another pair of boots that has a dark stain on them.

As far as the ones I posted about Josephine, they look more like these with the dark part in the front:
Frye Elena Pull On Flat Boots | SHOPBOP

Not my style...I will return them and get them in a darker color that is more uniform.
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