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You could always go try them on in store or you can order them and if you don't like how they look, return them. Can never go wrong with the nut version though. Nut is amazing.
I tried them on in the store today and liked them but I kind of thought the fringes were a little over the top...however maybe I’m just not used to them.
 

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You could always go try them on in store or you can order them and if you don't like how they look, return them. Can never go wrong with the nut version though. Nut is amazing.
Yeah, the nut version is killer.

Be carefully with returns for in store purchases. Exchange or store credit only.
 

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Yea I know I’ve bought several boots from the SLP boutique.
Ok, cool. I prefer to buy online, but depending on the item, I will buy in store. The boutique experience does not sit well with me. I have close access to the SLP boutique and just about every other high end designer boutique and store.
 

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Ok, cool. I prefer to buy online, but depending on the item, I will buy in store. The boutique experience does not sit well with me. I have close access to the SLP boutique and just about every other high end designer boutique and store.
I’m the exact opposite I hate buying online...I always prefer to buy in the store. I’ve made friends with sales associates and have met some really cool people. But to each their own...I live in a big metropolitan city so I have access to most of the major labels.
 

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I’m the exact opposite I hate buying online...I always prefer to buy in the store. I’ve made friends with sales associates and have met some really cool people. But to each their own...I live in a big metropolitan city so I have access to most of the major labels.
Yep, to each their own. Gotta love options. I live just outside a big metro city (Philly) and fairly close to the King Of Prussia mall, thus have the major label access as well. Don’t get me wrong, I frequent that mall a lot and do shop at stores (i.e., Nordstrom, NM, etc.), but I don’t care for the major label boutique experience.
 

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Yeah, the nut version is killer.

Be carefully with returns for in store purchases. Exchange or store credit only.
Is this a national or new policy? I've never had issues with returning in-store purchases, and have also been shipped items on consignment from stores with no problem returning.
 

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Is this a national or new policy? I've never had issues with returning in-store purchases, and have also been shipped items on consignment from stores with no problem returning.
I’m fairly certain that it is a national policy. Boutique purchases are eligible for exchange or store credit only within 30 days.
 

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I tried them on in the store today and liked them but I kind of thought the fringes were a little over the top...however maybe I’m just not used to them.
First off I agree... you can never go wrong with the classic nut. However, how did you style the fringe? I have ss16 fringe wyatt and you have to wear them with skinny jeans an just let the bottom of the fringe peak out. You can't go full fringe... that is crazy!!! I can't speak to the new stuff, but with the Hedi stuff, how you style it is absolutely key. It can turn crap look to dope and back in an instance.
 

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First off I agree... you can never go wrong with the classic nut. However, how did you style the fringe? I have ss16 fringe wyatt and you have to wear them with skinny jeans an just let the bottom of the fringe peak out. You can't go full fringe... that is crazy!!! I can't speak to the new stuff, but with the Hedi stuff, how you style it is absolutely key. It can turn crap look to dope and back in an instance.
I had a pair of John Elliott Cast 2 skinny jeans on...I could still see a good amount of the fringes.
 

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