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Thigh High Boots, Autumn 2009, Pretty Woman, Rodarte

Would You Wear Thigh High Boots?

Last winter it was all about over the knee boots, now the footwear has stepped it up an inch as thigh high boots are en vogue. This style might remind you too much of Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, but it's more wearable than you think. They appeared on the catwalk at Prada and Rodarte to name a few, will you be embracing the style this Autumn?

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AnotherLady AnotherLady 7 years
Anne Hathaway is wonderful. I really like her and her look. I would very like to look like her! Very nice, much better than Pretty Woman, though it is the classic look.
corpse_bride corpse_bride 7 years
Well certainly not those tacky ones Julia Roberts is wearing! x]
lizlee89 lizlee89 7 years
hell yeah!!!! I have some; I just don't have thin enough thighs to wear them (haha; I bought them online and am slowly but surely trying to tone so I can wear them). I think it's a little funny to feature Julia Roberts as Pretty Woman but I love how they're being worn with tunics or short dresses/skirts and leather...
penguins268 penguins268 7 years
I feel like they should just make leather pants with boots attached to them, they're so high.
syako syako 7 years
My husband (and I think most men) loves these. And while I might wear them for fun for him, I just don't know how comfortable I'd be out in public with them on. :D
bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 7 years
No never. I'm too short and even if I was taller, they really don't appeal to me. Plus I'm not into wearing too short skirts.
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