On a scale of 1 to 10?

I’ve been drooling over lots of tall boots lately, mostly ones that are well beyond my budget (because I dunno, champagne taste, story of my life?). That was mistake #1. When I remarked to Friend that I really liked the Tucci Marilyn’s (mistake #2), she was quick to point out that I could customize them. Like, what about a navy top? Two of my favorite words – customize and navy.

Off I went to Photoshop, trying to decide if I liked how that would look. Mistake #3, because now I’m googly-eyed in love with these things.

So on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “kinda need” and 10 being “OMG RIGHT NOW” (there’s no choice for “don’t need” because obviously that’s a stupid choice)…

how badly do I need these?

 

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50 thoughts on “On a scale of 1 to 10?

  1. Well Unicorn 2.0 was $200 cheaper than Unicorn 1.0, so CLEARLY that is an extra $200 of free money to go towards boots…

    Really, you could subtract the cost of Unicorn 2.0 from the cost of a brand new Unicorn to get how much free money you have for other tack purchases.

    #tackmath #canjustifyanything

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  2. 100% agree with the guy from Project Runway who grew on me his second season yet I’ve forgotten his name…but you definitely need these boots in your life 😍😍😍😍

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          1. It is actually because you’re a disfunctional side show carny moron that you can’t tell the difference between when someone is joking, being serious or being rhetorical.

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  3. I don’t even ride english (therefore no tall boots, which actually makes me depressed because I think they’re pretty) but I have to say those are fabulous and you definitely need them.

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  4. Ok- I’ll admit those ARE gorgeous! But of course I’ll suggest another pair of Monacos! BTW- I want a recap of your jog outfits please! I think I caught a glimpse but since you were jogging in your photos they were blurry! I know you were up in the air on the outifts and was hoping the combo I sent worked out!

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