Joules Evedon Wellies

Before I moved down to New Orleans I asked someone to sum it up for me as far as weather and clothing was concerned..... the response I got back: "It's just swampy." Welllllll, there's actually a lot more to this place than swamps but given the majority of the city is below sea level, it does flood rather often... And I guess my lovely Joules rep knew that because she nailed it with these Evedon wellies. As it was raining cats and dogs outside today, we get a knock on the door at the thing I know our intern is bringing a big box wrapped in pretty yellow floral paper to my desk and I opened it to find these beauties courtesy of The best part? See the pink grosgrain ribbon? It's interchangeable… So you can lace these bad boys up with anything you'd like… So now I have to figure out how to tell husband that one of those drawers in the dresser.... yeah, I'm going to need you to let me put all my rain boot ribbons in there.......... 

I don't want to give away too much because I'll be styling these bad boys soon for a little blog post coming up but I did stomp around in them after work and they're pretty darn incredible! A huge thank you to the Joules team and I cannot wait to play all around New Orleans in these little guys.

PS. They are available online and just so happened to be on sale! ;) 


  1. those are SOOO cute!! I just blogged about wanting a pair of rain boots - I want these!!!

  2. How adorable are those! I can't wait to see all of the ribbons you pick out!


  3. Such gorgeous rain boots Amanda! You will definitely need a rain boot ribbon it :)

    The Other Side of Gray

  4. Fab-u-lous! Wait, you don't already have a rain-boot-ribbon drawer?! tsk tsk ;)


  5. Lucky girl! Those boots are AMAZING. LOL - I remember the last time I was in New Orleans - it was July, and about 100 degrees with 100% humidity. Swampy indeed! Stay cool and try!

  6. These are flippin adorbs! I've never been to New Orleans, but I could see it maybe having a swamp or two! ha ha. I've always wanted to visit, I've heard it's fun :)

    xo, Megan
    indie flower

  7. When you go there to talk Blade & Soul Gold about to him, use your program to the swamps of the southern east, to get a program of non-renewable power tar, and then come up with some of the Sulphur (sulfur) and then crushed it with the Pestle (Pestle). Going back to Iowerth you, he provides you with a Information O 'Bangs does not do Sulphur (sulfur --- the Tracking program, found in the southern east, to Pestle (Pestle) crushed.Quicklime (lime) --- get some from Varrock (of Canifis the road) northeast or Tyrannwyn the southern part of my own limestone. Those used in the heating units and then when having a pot with a Pestle (pestle) take a positionCheapest GW2 Gold up.


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