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Should I keep these chelsea boots or exhange/refund them?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Jt787, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. Jt787

    Jt787 Active Member

    Jul 2, 2010
    I recently purchased a pair of Dune "Marky" leather chelsea boots in a Tan color. I'm currently in london for a vacation and heading back to Dubai soon. Weather in Dubai is usually around 25-35 C and only starts getting colder in late mid to december. (10-25C)

    So basically you could say, summer/spring weather all year round.

    I initially fell in love with the Dark Brown Suede after I purchased my Tan chelsea boots. They only have one left in store and I am thinking of exchanging it for the Dark Brown suede. Is the Dark Brown suede reasonable for summer/spring weather?

    Here are the options:

    1) Should I refund the boots and get a more expensive pair of dark brown suedes (I was also looking at PS Falconer, Grensons, Russell and Bromley)
    2) Should I refund the boots and buy a brogue shoe instead? I don't own any brogue shoes at the moment.
    3) Change the color of the chelsea boots and grab a black one instead
    4) Stick with the tan boots

    The dark brown suede:

    Current boots I own:

    I dress up in light and dark fitted jeans (levis, cheap mondays). Also wear suits to work but mostly navy blue and light blue suits.
  2. emidyl

    emidyl Senior member

    Nov 24, 2014
    just buy them all, not that expensive.

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