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    Quote Originally Posted by ADreamofBlue View Post
    Those are without a doubt Ann D. I've got those exact boots in suede. That leather is divine looking.
    How is the sizing on them? I am usually a 8.5-9, which usually maps to 39. Though I bought a pair of very similar Ann boots in a 39, and they were significantly too large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassicsnark View Post
    How is the sizing on them? I am usually a 8.5-9, which usually maps to 39. Though I bought a pair of very similar Ann boots in a 39, and they were significantly too large.
    Pretty much all of the Ann footwear I own fits around 1/2 to 1 size larger. It's not the case for all of her shoes though, and I had to return a couple of pairs of sandals recently which ran true to size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassicsnark View Post
    How is the sizing on them? I am usually a 8.5-9, which usually maps to 39. Though I bought a pair of very similar Ann boots in a 39, and they were significantly too large.
    (disclosure: I am a man)

    I'm a size 13, so I got a 46. My boots came from F/W13 which I believe was the second to last season Ann designed for? It might've been the last, it escapes me at the moment. I find they fit perfectly. I'd say true-to-size, but I'm not sure if that's the case for Ann's female footwear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassOrganelle View Post
    Pretty much all of the Ann footwear I own fits around 1/2 to 1 size larger. It's not the case for all of her shoes though, and I had to return a couple of pairs of sandals recently which ran true to size.
    Thanks! I have had a similar experience with Rick. My wedge boots are a 37.5 hurt like hell for the first few wears but are now perfect and my sandals are a 39.5, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADreamofBlue View Post
    (disclosure: I am a man)

    I'm a size 13, so I got a 46. My boots came from F/W13 which I believe was the second to last season Ann designed for? It might've been the last, it escapes me at the moment. I find they fit perfectly. I'd say true-to-size, but I'm not sure if that's the case for Ann's female footwear.
    Yep, you're a dude who dresses like a weirdo in Texas, and I am a chick who dresses like a weirdo in Florida. ;) Good to know yours are from F/W13. I really love them and hope to find a pair.

    I have a pair of Rick combat boots from 07 (I think), and I love them even though they are definitely on their last legs. I keep hoping to find another pair of those, too, but I think the more recent Ann are more likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassicsnark View Post
    Yep, you're a dude who dresses like a weirdo in Texas, and I am a chick who dresses like a weirdo in Florida. ;) Good to know yours are from F/W13. I really love them and hope to find a pair.

    I have a pair of Rick combat boots from 07 (I think), and I love them even though they are definitely on their last legs. I keep hoping to find another pair of those, too, but I think the more recent Ann are more likely.
    Texas is pretty bad about heat, but Florida... that humidity... I couldn't imagine wearing black in that sun; especially south Florida. Their fashion sense I guess is another issue. Are you a Florida native?

    To stay on topic: the silhouette's very nice on the boots - keep your eyes peeled. When my Ann boots wear out, I'll have to find some. Although, I'm thinking getting a back-up pair now (in leather; e.g. something that I can wear in the rain which is a persistent problem/blessing in your state) isn't such a bad idea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADreamofBlue View Post
    Texas is pretty bad about heat, but Florida... that humidity... I couldn't imagine wearing black in that sun; especially south Florida. Their fashion sense I guess is another issue. Are you a Florida native?

    To stay on topic: the silhouette's very nice on the boots - keep your eyes peeled. When my Ann boots wear out, I'll have to find some. Although, I'm thinking getting a back-up pair now (in leather; e.g. something that I can wear in the rain which is a persistent problem/blessing in your state) isn't such a bad idea...
    I am not a Florida native. I just moved here in June, and I am still figuring out how to adapt my normal many-layered style to survive this climate (both weather and culture-wise).

    Yes, the boots are lovely. I am (and have been) looking all over. I'll find them at some point. You won't regret buying the backup pair now if you find them...

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    These are Beautiful Boots for Sure
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    Those look very uncomfortable to be honest.
    Did you try them? I can't imagine they are easy to get on.

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    Has anyone tried on the button flap style Guidi boots? I love the button detail, but have yet to see them in person. I prefer the flat boot (805), but not sure if these are even made in women's sizes.

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    Does anyone here have the thigh high Rick sock boots of any kind? Or specifically these Adidas Tech ones?
    I got a pair for Christmas and I can't get them to stay up!! When I walk they drop down, particularly the right one, to almost below my knee. I don't know if they could be altered/taken in at all by a shoe repairer or leather specialist? Or how else to keep them up? Should I stick a silicone strip on the inside like a stocking?
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Funny you should post this bc I just got them. I absolutely love the sharp geometric angles. I have very skinny legs and they stay up for the most part (and are even taller than other styles) but my other 2015 otk sock boots do slide down somewhat. I would have them tapered to fit or you won't be satisfied and never wear them and that would be a shame.

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    Thanks rider. I also e-mailed the Rick Owens customer care team for advice.
    My legs are fairly slim - especially my calves - but also I have a long foot; and in my experience the bigger the shoe size the wider they make the shaft, so I'm always struggling with boots. I had to have my knee-high guidi's custom made with a slim shaft. But weirdly the calf on these are perfect, it's just the thigh that's so big. It feels like it fits when I pull them up but once I start walking around they drop in an instant. So frustrating!
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post
    Thanks rider. I also e-mailed the Rick Owens customer care team for advice.
    My legs are fairly slim - especially my calves - but also I have a long foot; and in my experience the bigger the shoe size the wider they make the shaft, so I'm always struggling with boots. I had to have my knee-high guidi's custom made with a slim shaft. But weirdly the calf on these are perfect, it's just the thigh that's so big. It feels like it fits when I pull them up but once I start walking around they drop in an instant. So frustrating!
    love these so much. I hope you find a way to make them work.

    I kind of understand your dilemma since Guidi tall boots are super slim and if you had to custom order those then, WOW!
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    finally Augusta heels.
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