Can You Tell Which Rain Boots Are DVF And Which Are Knock-Offs?
January 10, 2014
While we love to have a traditional rain boot that’s perfect for rain puddle jumping and playing in 6-inch snow, there’s those bad-weather moments where we couldn’t be bothered. We got places to go! Errands to run! A small office space that probably won’t fit another pair of shoes, especially a knee-high wellie! What we need is a weather-resistant boot that’s lightweight and stylish enough so you can also wear it indoors. And what type of boot never goes out of style? The Chelsea boot. So luckily a few designers decided to create their own in sleek and glossy rubber. We especially love it in a rich wine-inspired color. Which rain boot do you think costs more than the other?
Answer: The rain boot on the left is the Jeffrey Campbell Forecast Rain Boot ($70) and the one on the right is the Diane von Furstenberg Rain Boot ($89.99, down from $150). Sure, the prices aren’t too much of a difference, especially with the DVF boots on sale, but $20 is still enough to treat yourself to something extra, whether it’s a few lunches that don’t involve dinner leftovers or some beauty products you’ve been meaning to try. Which boot do you like more? Let us know in the comments below!