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Boots, Boots, and More Boots

By |   December - 21 - 2009

Brittany Murphy

Tis the season to wear boots. Boots have never been more popular or hot than they are now. You can’t go wrong this year if you get your loved one a pair of boots to slip her stockings into. It seems like everything that is a boot is hot and happening this season from low riding booties to over the knee boots. From totally impractical cutout booties to totally practical cold weather boots. As long as it’s a boot it’s bound to be a hit this Christmas season.

So to give the gift of boots this season there are only a few things you really need to know. The first is obviously what size your significant other wears. This is obvious but can be tricky as a lot of women lie about their shoe size just as they lie about their height and weight. Talk to any clerk in a shoe store and they’ll tell you that usually the first size a woman says she needs is not the size she really needs, in fact many clerks will automatically bring out a larger size as well. So your best bet here is to check her shoes for the size and then when she gets them say that the clerk said the sizes run small so you thought buying her a little bit bigger size would work.

The other thing you’ll need to know is what sort of style she’d like, not what you think she needs. Sure she may need a pair of winter boots for shoveling out after a big snowstorm, but that’s probably not the pair she really wants. Many women don’t want practical gifts, they want gifts that make them feel pretty and sexy and special.

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