New in: `Vintage` EMU Boots

5 years ago

If you live in Europe, you`ve possibly noticed that winter definitely hasn`t come to an end yet, meaning that warm boots and multiple layers of clothes will have to stay around for another while.

As I`m one of those very few girls who absolutely HATES shoe shopping, I have to admit that I only have two pairs of proper winter boots, and one of those pairs disappeared for the time being. <em> (Before you guys scream `gross!`, I do have more than two pairs of shoes, but most of them are absolutely not cut out for snow and slush) </em>

I had a look at multiple shoe stores online and offline, but I couldn`t find a pair I actually liked/wanted to spend money on, so <em> kleiderkreisel</em>, a German online market place for used/vintage clothes was kind of my last resort. While browsing this website, I noticed that a girl from my area was selling her used EMU boots. Before you scream `gross!` (again), one could tell that they are in great condition, and that she took really good care of her babies haha :) Her feedback ratings were very re-assuring as well, so I decided to purchase those boots for <strong>$44.</strong> Since they <strong> usually retail for $130 here in Austria </strong>, I think I made a pretty good deal.

<em> Share your thoughts: </em>

<ol> <li>What do you think of my purchase?</li>
<li>Do you think it`s gross to buy/wear used shoes??</li> </ol>


<strong> **[pictures belong to me] </strong>
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