Buy Stuart Weitzman Boots Fixed
Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots are available in a variety of styles and three different widths that allow you to find your best fit. You can purchase them in narrow, medium, or wide. Narrow is best for those of you with thinner calves, especially if you plan to wear them withouts pants tucked in.
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The Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots I own are all pull-on styles with leather ties at the back in medium width. This was the best width for me even though I have narrow calves because they fit perfectly with jeans tucked in and are only slightly loose on bare legs. Keep in mind that the boots are made of stretchy suede, which means they can accommodate a range of calf widths and sizes comfortably. Overall, the fit is by far the best on the market.
Believe it or not, these boots do go on sale! I just found a few on The Outnet and Zappos, including the Highlands in black here. You can also check out the Stuart Weitzman website, Saks OFF 5TH, and eBay. I also recommend keeping a lookout for the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, Black Friday and after-winter deals since many retailers will be running specials on many of these styles.
The only clothing I ever tried on before buying it was from Gucci. But many of the online purchases were fantastic-the patent leather trench coat from Burberry, a cropped leather jacket from Versace, a brown leather jacket from Ralph Lauren, a studded leather jacket from Cavalli, boots from Jimmy Choo, leather gloves from Ines in Amsterdam and Madova in Florence. I bought dozens of stretch jeans and leather leggings and leather pants that sculpted my lower body the way I wanted, with no room for speculation. I bought dozens of leather gloves that actually did fit like a glove. I bought dozens of boots, some with a flat or low heel that any man can wear, some with five-inch heels that only a man with real balls could wear.
Too many of the purchases were sheer compulsiveness multiplying into more compulsion like split atoms. I bought an orange leather motorcycle jacket and matching orange leather pants from Alexander McQueen that made me look, well, very, very orange. The same went for a blue ensemble that made me look, well, very, very blue. I bought dozens upon dozens of leather jackets-bolero-style, waist-length, above the knee, below the knee-in which the gradations of difference were microscopic. I bought a pair of knee-length Stuart Weitzman boots and then two weeks later bought the exact same pair because I had forgotten I bought the first pair. I bought at least a dozen items that cost over $5,000 each but did not fit, the hazard of online purchasing, since sizing by high-end retailers is often like Pin the Tail on the Donkey. I bought items I wore once, or never wore at all, the tags still hanging from the collar. Yet I returned very little: The more the closets in the house filled, the more discerning I became, the more expensive the items, the more I got off on what I had amassed. 041b061a72