By benefit of doubt the keyword could be "seemingly".
I think variety is good and helps create an organic and natural vibe while still appearing coherent, so it does not appear as if you set out to satisfy only all the necessary requirements of a particular "look". I think this type of approach is pretty common in grade school girls who are growing up; they kind of create a few different "themed" ensembles usually of pieces which aren't interchangeable with one another....
I usually only have the cash which isn't worth making an ATM deposit for on hand. If things play out so that I've got a large amount of cash on hand I get really uneasy until I've slimmed it down to a twenty or two.
When I was living in a pretty high-crime area a couple years ago I would carry two wallets when going out at night, my regular one stowed away and another with 25 dollars or so and a school ID and an empty gift card just in case giving it up would make my...
I don't know, I've been cuffing all my jeans for the last 4/5 years, about an inch but never from necessity.
The rise is really nice. 9 inches. I'm a 31, and these measured 14 inches across but they're not cutting into my waist. The material is rigid but pretty giving in terms of fit. The thigh measured around a 10 1/2. Sorry for the poor quality pictures.
I usually buy 30" inseams but I disagree, that's way too short for stacking for me. If I pull them up and cross...
That water spray really doesn't do anything, fyi. It might repel stains from liquids but the dirt you're concerned about isn't exactly red wine spillage or anything like that. Adapting to the dirt is a good idea, keep the midsole clean or rock them dirty as is. Remove the soles if you throw them in the wash.
Weird, I only occasionally get slippage but it's always mild and on the left heel. I wear a 7 1/2, and just from prodding around the toe I know I can't go any smaller without being uncomfortable. They're a great boot though, very classic and goes with everything, without appearing as if you're doing yourself up too much around school and other casual places.
That's a very good point, but one I took into account. 8 and a halfish measured down and tucked hits above my hips and a couple inches below my belly button. I don't wear my jeans ridiculously high but I like to wear high enough so the crotch is close to where my crotch really is. Was there not a table floating around showing the appropriate pant rise-to-height ratio somewhere.. ?