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Wanting Wellies

I love the look of Wellies, but I think if I were to wear them anywhere in my town, people would look at my like I'm crazy. Am I brave enough to say I don't care? Not sure. The local Nordstrom now has them in stock and I showed them to hubs and he looked at me like I was a crazy person when I said I would love to have some. Maybe if I were to save up for these beauties...

Jimmy Choo has partnered with Hunter in a unique collaboration to produce the most luxurious Wellington Boots.
Inspired by stylish festival goers these limited edition boots bring together the style and sophistication of Jimmy Choo with the durability and tradition of Hunter. The legendary Hunter silhouette has been embossed with signature Jimmy Choo crocodile print. The leopard print lining, gold buckle hardware and metal rivets provide a contrast against the black glossy rubber of the boot. Presented in the original black Hunter box lined with leopard print, the boots have a unique identification plate, uniting the logos of these two iconic British brands. The boots will be sold exclusively in Jimmy Choo boutiques in the United Kingdom and the United States and online at www.jimmychoo.com from June 2009.

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  1. Well, now that is a dream come true - Jimmy Choo and Hunter Wellies :-) Yay! Get them!!!

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  2. I love wellies too and I say go for it! I want to get some myself.

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  3. I definitely think you should buy them and wear them. They are cute! Don't worry what others think! They are just jealous that they aren't as cute and stylish as you are!

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  4. Oh you can SO rock them... I love doing so and traipsing around town in them :-)

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  5. i would sacrafice something really important to me to get these puppies! thanks for posting!

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  6. Love them! I like Wellies too. :)

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  7. Those boots are fab! You can for sure pull them off!!!

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  8. i rock my wellies around ... they are the "lady n" by Hunter

    be sure to get fleece wellie socks for days like tomorrow!!

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