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    http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/...+5735500109_-1


    For winter time.
    Are they too high? It says they are 4 inch but there's a platform so probably only 3 inch.
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    They look fine. The style I would go for. I have similar looking pair of boots like the above.
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    You want to wear Kurt Geiger boots to school? How old are you and when you say school do you mean sixth form or something?

    I think they are a bit much for casual stuff like school
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    I think they're a bit too much, but I wouldn't wear them at all because I would just fall on my arse, especially in the winter.
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    At my school i'd get away with them if I was in the sixth form, but if I wore them in secondary I would get a right yelling at.
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    You want to wear Kurt Geiger boots to school? How old are you and when you say school do you mean sixth form or something?

    I think they are a bit much for casual stuff like school
    I'm 14 almost 15
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    (Original post by Sophie507)
    I'm 14 almost 15
    In my school no girl was allowed heeled shoes. They seem a bit 'out there' for school. Kickers are fine for school, its not a fashion show haha.

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    Do you have a uniform?
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    They're hideous. People will belittle you at every opportunity.

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    Just kidding. They look fine
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    (Original post by lolololol)
    Do you have a uniform?
    Yes
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    (Original post by Sophie507)
    Yes
    Then I would say no, they are not very professional.
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    You'd get told off for those at most secondary schools I imagine. At sixth form/college no-one really cares but yeah.
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    They are nice boots but you are 14 and in school.....

    1) I doubt your uniform allows for heeled boots like this
    2) why spend £60 on school shoes? That seems a bit daft
    3) It's school, not a fashion show. They are too much.

    It's up to you at the end of the day but they are a bit over the top for school shoes for a fourteen year old.
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    (Original post by Sophie507)
    I'm 14 almost 15
    what the f are does
    if u are cold just wear socks
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    They are nice boots but you are 14 and in school.....

    1) I doubt your uniform allows for heeled boots like this
    2) why spend £60 on school shoes? That seems a bit daft
    3) It's school, not a fashion show. They are too much.

    It's up to you at the end of the day but they are a bit over the top for school shoes for a fourteen year old.
    my current school shoes cost me £55.00 thats not daft in my opinion
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    (Original post by TheYearNiner)
    my current school shoes cost me £55.00 thats not daft in my opinion
    My school shoes never exceeded £20, in fact I don't I've brought shoes for more than £25

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    (Original post by TheYearNiner)
    my current school shoes cost me £55.00 thats not daft in my opinion
    Do you work? Did they cost you £55 or your parents?
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    Do you work? Did they cost you £55 or your parents?
    No my parents payed for them. They said its good to look smart so they spend money on school and education
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    I paid £80 for my sixth form shoes

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