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Julia Dinardo discusses winter shoe trends with the attendees of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York.
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Julia: Hi, this is Julia from Fashion Pulse Daily for Style Coalition. Were inside the tent city in the first day of fashion week trying to figure out the debate boots versus dressy shoes. We have a lot of fashionistas here, but I think this is the day for exemption. I'm wearing Sorel’s Hunas. I love them, but I don’t think everyone agrees as far as wearing boots versus dressy shoes. Let's find out what people think. Come on. Hi, what's your name? Robin: Robin. Julia: Robin. We’re talking about footwear in this horrible weather. So I see you're wearing boots, are you mainly a boots girl? Robin: Yes I am. Julia: And what boots are you wearing? Robin: Right now I'm wearing some no name brand, but because the snow was so bad from yesterday, I decided to put them on today. Julia: They do the job, right? Robin: Yes they do, miss. Julia: Thanks so much, thanks. So were continuing boots versus dressy shoes debates, you ladies went with boots. Do you have heels in your bag or just like don’t want to deal with it regardless, you need the boot? What's the deal? Female1: Today we definitely don’t want to do it, but it’s all slushy outside. Female2: Right. I look cuter standing up than on my butt, so. Julia: That’s a good point. And what boots you guys are wearing? Female1: I'm wearing Orturo Chang’s. Female2: I think these are Nine Worth glass shoes. Julia: Awesome. Thanks ladies. Hi, continuing the boots versus dressy shoes debate. I am here with Justin: Justin McCarthy. Julia: Justin, tell me a bit about your shoes, do you put heels on? What's the deal? What made you out for heels instead of boots? Do you have boots in your bag? Justin: I'm in heels. And I never wear boots for no practical. Julia: Have you ever taken any treacherous bills? Justin: Several. All the time. Julia: Alright, be careful. Justin: Thanks. Julia: Alright. I am here with. Sam: Sam. Ashley: Ashley. Julia: Boots versus dressy shoes. You guys have on some beautiful red shoes. So why did you guys ought for the dressy shoes? Sam: I don’t have red boots. So it’s an easy choice. Ashley: Yeah, same for me. It’s kind of a dressier atmosphere, so we decided to go with like red dressy shoes. I guess. Julia: Did you guys come very far in those? Sam: No. Ashley: We took a cab. Julia: Thanks ladies.