Tretorn Plask Boot
In the past, when it rained, my feet got wet. I am vain. Therefore I refuse to succumb to saccharine cute rain boots or Wellingtons that make me look like an overgrown 5 year old. I want to look put together and keep my socks dry – and I certainly don’t want to drench my Jimmy Choos. Thankfully, Sweden based Tretorn saw a hole in the market and launched a new line of rubber boots that don’t scream “I’m only dressing this way because the weather sucks.” The Plask, with a 2-inch wedge heel and sexy slim profile is perfect for tucking those skinny jeans (bonus: no wet hems!). The boots drew envious glances from gals on the street as I stomped through puddles and indoors, as I made the trek from bar to bathroom.
Hunter boots are a must for the rain! I wear black, I got Green for my 2 year old daughter. She calls them her bossy boots. $125.00
Someone must have hit the people at Ugg with a pretty stick before they decided to create these. Seriously! How reasonable are these boots? I am by no means a fan of Ugg, but they are seriously tempting me with these!
Another option for my Sylt buying spree. While staying dry, no one said you had to be subtle about it. Ed Hardy is the trend to follow at the moment in German fashion and there will be plenty of shirts on the island to keep you co... Another option for my Sylt buying spree. While staying dry, no one said you had to be subtle about it. Ed Hardy is the trend to follow at the moment in German fashion and there will be plenty of shirts on the island to keep you company. (Just please, no double dipping. One item, per label, at a time or I'll have to drown myself.)
These boots are the most comfortable and functional rain boots. Not too high - not too short - and the kitten heel helps keep the bottom of your pants from getting too splashed from the puddles.