Reviewed – Clarks Nessa Clare Boots

December 7th, 2012


Like a lot of ladies who enjoyed some sport when they were younger, I have rather large calf muscles, which makes buying calf length and knee High boots a challenge. So when I was asked to review a pair of boots from Clarks, I immediately opted for a pair from the K range, which have wider E fittings and a wider leg fitting.

The boots I chose were the gorgeous Nessa Clare in black patent. These are a classic riding style boot with a practical flat heel that makes them perfect for everyday use. The black patent finish also gives them a slightly dressier feel, as does the striking ankle strap detail.

Nessa Clare £99.99 click to visit Clarks

These boots come with high recommendation from moi. They are extremely comfortable, and, as ever with Clarks, come with the half size option. (I opted for a 5.5). The soles are sturdy enough and have been brilliant on the rather slippy pavements I have encountered on the school run this week.  The elasticated panel allows the boots to stretch on the calf, making these comfortable to wear. And I think they look great too, patent meaning they are perfectly acceptable for the office as well as for everyday use.

Wearing the Nessa Clare

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3 Responses to “Reviewed – Clarks Nessa Clare Boots”

  1. Carol says:

    The Nesa boots look lovely on you. Being a size 3 with narrow feet but wide calves (15″ in diameter) I struggle to get long boots to fit.

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    • fashion-mommy says:

      Clarks are ideal for boots. They have small sizes, half sizes and then wider calf fittings. I really struggle with boots and these work a treat.

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