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Females wearing Timberland boots

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Females wearing Timberland boots

Females wearing Timberland boots... I don't care for this current look. I think Beyonce might have something to do with this trend, but my friend said that her friend wore Timberland boots a long time ago. I have never noticed females wearing Timberland boots 'til current times. You?
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The yellowy colour matches a tool belt I have and nothing else.
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Beyoncé has nothing to do with this trend. I and many of my friends wore Tims as winter boots in high school. Didn't know it was a big deal.
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This has been an urban trend that's 15-20 years old, maybe more.
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I've been wearing Timberlands for almost 30 yrs now. I've got sandals, boots and boat shoes as well as clothing and bags.

I just wear what is comfortable and I don't give a crap about whether it is trendy or not. I got great deals on all my stuff at the Timberland outlets.

I got a pair of boots over 10 yrs ago and I'm still wearing them today. I get the classic looking stuff and they are pretty timeless.

I think Timberland has been trying for the last few yrs to appeal to a younger urban crowd, so they have some weird and funky styles. Those aren't for me.
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I never want to see this on a female.

I wear mine to shovel snow
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I have a pair. They don't look that good on me--a visual miscalculation on my part--although I've been complimented. A friend recommended them to me because I didn't want any Uggs or Ugg-style knockoffs; I didn't know they were a trend. I wore them in the winter (and may wear them for hiking in the summer/fall) when I didn't want to ruin my over the knee suede boots.
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Meditech82 wrote:
May 7th, 2017 12:57 pm
I never want to see this on a female.
but y tho?

If she can pull off her style excellently then why not. I mean they are dudes who rock skirts and they can still be hella attractive.

It's not about what you wear but how you wear it.
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Females have been rocking them since the late 80s and a lot since the mid 90s. This style has been around for a long time and is now seeing a resurgence. Agree with Dumbledore - some women pull it off really well!
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mebiuspower wrote:
May 8th, 2017 10:25 am
No class.
I don't disagree.

But I think we're conditioned to think what's attractive and what's not. I mean wearing Timbs for business would look weird because that's not what we associate with professionalism and what we wanna see as attractive. Similarly wearing professional shoes at a grunge concert would be stupidly unattractive. That doesn't mean (if we wanted to) start wearing Timbs for high-stake business meetings.
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Better than Uggs.
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