1. desperance

    Obviously, you buy them all. Look, two of them are on sale. That means you save money by buying them. That means that the more you buy, the more you save.

    Good, aren’t I?

  2. nineme

    Ow, ow, ow.

    The Bergens and the Cadiz (!) make my feet hurt just to look at them. Ow.

    If you’re going to be tromping five miles a day in your boots … ow — get the Ravenna!

  3. logrusboy

    The ravennas are practical.
    The bergens give you the brown option for bonus wardrobe diversity.
    The cadiz…er…well…Yow!

    As a bonus, you then shouldn’t have to worry about boot shopping for many, many years. Yay! Less time shopping; more time writing!!

  4. sionainn

    I voted for the ravenna to satisfy the practicality issue. I voted also for the cadiz because OMG sexy and those are boots you don’t tromp around in but are specifically to wear nine times in your life (and look DAMN HOT while wearing them!)

    A girl’s gotta have options, nicht?

  5. tavella

    Same here. I wouldn’t buy them all because the Bergens seemed one of those compromises that would annoy; not wearable with much yet not as sexy as the cadiz.

  6. mizkit

    Actually, I *really* love the Bergens, though I wish their heel was an inch shorter. Which, sigh, is probably what I should focus on, and maybe buy a pair of brown boots later when I can find a pair slightly more practical for walking in. Curses.

  7. mizkit

    Well, no one in their right mind (re: hundreds of thousands of women) would tromp five miles in the Cadiz. Or the Bergens, but even more would tromp five miles in those than the Cadiz, I bet.

    I, however, am not that … adventuresome. The Cadiz are for Going Out and … sigh … your point about the Bergens is well taken. Siiigh.

    Therefore I’m blaming you for the fact that I just bought a more expensive pair of Cavalios in brown. :)

  8. mizkit

    Bags aren’t one of my weaknesses, I’m afraid, and the thing about coats is that I madly adore them and mostly seem to want (or need) to custom make them to be Exactly What I Want. The detail that I have not yet made any is a trifling one, and I’m sure it’ll be remedied as soon as I find a *fabric shop* in this country…

  9. valkyrwench

    Oh, it’s not the boots, although that last pair is definitely squeeworthy. It’s the fact that you’ve written books and I like them a lot. I’m in the middle of Thunderbird Falls at the moment. I found your LJ because I recommended your books to a friend and someone else pointed out in the comments that you had an LJ. So, here I am. Not stalkerish at all, really :)

    I tend to lurk in the shadows, at least for a while, because I am terminally shy with people I don’t know.

    Thanks on the icon – the original is the work of , who does wonderfully whimisical stuff.

  10. mizkit

    *laughs* *beam* I’m glad you’re enjoying the books. :) Welcome to my LJ. I hardly ever bite. :)

    Yeah, I recognized the Azazealbunny, which was why I thought it was so nifty. :)

  11. mizkit

    *laughs* Right. You could go out and buy five extra copies of all my books and distribute them to people to spread the word, too! That would encourage my publishers to give me more contracts! *looks reasonable*

    They are nice, and, indeed, had they had them in black in my size I’d have gotten two pair of those instead of one of the Ravennas and one of those, but this way I have Different Styles. Assuming they fit, anyway. :)

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