It's weird how the smallest things can split people. We've had the Obama vs. Hilary debate a hundred times with our friends, disagreed with tons of them, and managed to move onto another discussion in seconds. The same thing happens with talk about war, about religion, about whether the Sex and the City movie will be any good. But somehow, one recent argument always stops a friendship cold: Whether or not to wear printed rain boots. Some girls can't get enough of the little ducks, whales, and hearts that splay across the rubber wellies in Ricky's and Bloomingdale's. Some even head to Barneys in search of Burberry prints or Pucci swirls, and Coach has a well-branded pair as well; shockingly Juicy Couture doesn't (yet). But then there's that other camp of girls that cannot, will not, and shall not sport prints on their rain boots, regardless of their designer status. These girls believe the only stuff on rain boots should be mud, the kind that Kate Moss kicked up at Glastonbury. The beliefs are deep and dividing, and have even caused (on more than one occasion) some rather fizzing fights in the Fashionista office. Where do you stand?
It's weird how the smallest things can split people. We've had the Obama vs. Hilary debate a hundred times with our friends, disagreed with tons of th