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  1. This is another nice pair I found and would be happy to have one day:
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  2. Just bought those beauties at ebay for €44. Giaro
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  3. These heels are my Avatar also. They are not my "go to heels" for everyday because of the color and style. A little tricky to wear for long periods of time. But because they are an ankle strap with closed toe and the vibrant fushia color makes them my favorite pair.
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  4. Hotbed some skinny jeans at a Levi outlet, thigh boots seem to go well with them
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  5. I have the same pair also in size EU43 and I love the way they look Just keep practicing walking in them as it will get easier. I know the heel is really high but once you get the hang of walking in them you will love them that much more!!! Here are a few pics of me wearing mine
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  6. I said in the "Wished you owned" thread that these get my juices flowing. They have proved too much to resist so I ordered and paid for them this morning. Just hoping they don't take too long to arrive now.
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  9. I met my postman at his truck and he gave me a big box that contained two pair of boots! Both pair were from shoeshow.com and were shipped for free. They are both Chelsea Moreland "Gorgeous" OTK boots size 12 with a 4" block heel for about $30, one pair in gray and the other in red. I'm going to have to really give some thought into how to wear the red pair as they are "attention getters". I'll probably pair them with my new red leather short jacket. The go with the taupe pair I purchased a few weeks ago.
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  10. As I have reported we elected Carol (black crotch high boots and suspected of owning whip) as the Fearless Leader of the Thigh Boot Club and things are off to an interesting start. Carol had promised to bring back all of our old members and Ray (black OTK boots with 5" stiletto heels), who has recovered from a broken ankle did come to the last meeting and expressed surprise that we had elected a Fearless Leader, but Carol took credit for his returning. She also lead in a new member, William(red suede thigh boots with 5"stilettos with handcuffs as ankle chains) who followed her around wherever she went. WE welcomed him with cheers and "Really like your boots" comments. Her other campaign promise of free drinks proved to be hollow as she failed to convince Jerry (black boots with 4" block heels and ankle zipper, the club owner) to provide them but I don't think anyone really expected free drinks anyway, but there was always hope. The position of Fearless Leaded is really a ceremonial position without any real power, except that most of the members are secretly afraid of Carol . Carol's idea of a ceremony was that members should lick her boots. William(red suede thigh boots with 5"stilettos with handcuffs as ankle chains) started to comply but the rest of us hooted down the idea especially after realizing there were no free drinks (enough of which might have changed a few minds). As the evening went on there was a bit of a commotion outside Jerry's place and when we looked out we saw a large group of young people walking by carrying signs that read stuff like "Tennies for Teens", and "If the shoe fits, buy it". This seemed like our kind of crowd so most of us wandered outside and asked what all the commotion was about? It seems these folks were upset about the prevalence of folks wearing flip-flops taking over the public areas and wanting to show solidarity for real shoe wearers. We asked if we could join in and after taking one look at our footwear we were enthusiastically invited to tag along. As we passed the local hospital we were joined by a group, all wearing high heels, with signs reading "Healers for Heeling". In our small town, this was quite a procession and most of the folks at home and in shops did give us a wave. We did loop around and finished up at Jerry's where everyone celebrated the great shoe demonstration with drinks. Carol took credit for the demonstration saying what a "great and wonderful thing it was that will affect the whole country". Most of us agreed it was a fun outing and that we would do it again as long as it ended up at Jerry's. The local newspaper seemed to have missed the event and only reported that the threat of rain kept most folks indoors that day. When Betty(silver boots with 5" stilettos over red leggings) asked the editor how he managed to miss the big march, he put on his flip-flops and asked, "What march? Everybody stayed home because of the weather". When Sally (red thigh boots with 4" stilettos over black leggings) pointed out that it hadn't rained he asked, "Did you notice that the stock market had gone up?" Tim (pull on thigh boots with 4" stilettos and a cross dresser), who lost the election as Fearless Leader, only said, "It was a good day for shoe wearers" and bought a round of drinks.
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  11. I have to be honest, shoes with high heels have always been my faves. Italian Heels have some real beauties, and currently have loads that I would love to own. Shoes like these get my juices flowing. They must be awesome to wear.
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  12. As you can see, I am comfortable with myself in public. These are two different hotels with different guests. Faces are blanked out to protect them.
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  14. Both pairs are simply fantastic!!!
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  15. Pre-Christmas Skyscraper order of oxies and pumps arrived today. Really pleased with these grey oxfords. Great for the office teamed with long boot cut / kick flare pants. Equally pleased with my new red patent pumps to replace a pair which are past their best.
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  16. I wore my new gray OTK boots to a monthly pancake breakfast where I provide music (hey, its a gig... no pay, but I get a good breakfast). I got a lot of nice comments about the music and a little girl (elementary school escapee) sheepishly said, I like your boots". For the most part I think folks just figure "He a musician" and don't care what I wear.
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  17. I've many times noted that contrast attracts attention... well red has the same effect. I've worn my black, taupe, and gray versions of these boots out and about several times and I'm absolutely comfortable with the look. I'm still trying to get comfortable with that much red. I haven't decided where (or even if) to wear this this out and about. __________________________________________ Addendum: I decided to go red.
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  18. Only if they fit properly otherwise they will kill your feet especially with that pointy a toe. When you get that far, try them on before you buy them. But if they fit, awesome is a good description.
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  19. Looks good. Suggestion... let the top of the skirt define where your waist like is rather than hiding it under the top. The wist line for a skirt can be low for a mini or higher then a male's normal waist line for a longer skirt that tapers wt the waist (as yours does).
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  20. Thanks for the support bet you can have the same confidence if you stop caring about what people may think of you. Your correct in that females maybe threatened but they would never dare believe it themselves, or talk to someone about it. My belief of the worst haters of mine females tend to criticise me because they don't want to be overshadowed. Never would one of these females give a compliment to anyone even someone of their gender. Suppose it stems from envy, deep jealousy and self belief they are better then the next girl. On rare occurrences i heard woman say to others in front of me their actually so jealous what i wear but never compliment me for it. Only because what i'm wearing is female outfits which is wrong for male to attire old binary belief system that will never change for some females or men for that matter. Women often say, they like a man to look like a man otherwise it's not something to encourage if he decides to wear feminine clothes. So it angst them to see a male wear something they truly love or shopping for, waiting on a wish list on there computer, before they wipe off their credit card to purchase it. In other words me wearing something they lust spoils a desire to purchase something really nice and cute for said females. So today when i wore new indian ocean black Lululemon swift, LS to the gym with align crops in dark carbon had mom and daughter seeing me as they were walking out of a spin class. The daughter is a young fit skinny married diva and hates my attire to the bone, to put it mildly, overheard her bad mouthing me to her hubby one time very angry disposition. While the mom kept staring upon me while the daughter stayed cold and seemingly uncaring, although she noticed me second i stepped on the gym floor earlier to be sure, i'm difficult to miss being i'm only guy wearing female fitness clothes. So as i lifted my heavy weights they two positioned themselves chatting directly in front of me with other females. The daughter stretching, while the mom began to stare gazing upon me head to toe, as i was in mid exercise huffing puffing, head eyes looking straight up. Even the daughter may have took subtle glances upon me, but would never dare have me notice, because that would suggest that what i'm wearing is something a diva like her would wear... Why i put up with this disrespect or go on wearing what i do? The answer is often live well and any notion to get back at their hatred is mute. Only because i know they love the clothes i wear and drives them nuts to anger destroying any life of happiness for themselves or for other people in there lives. The fun part of what i wear to the gym is noticing the competitiveness of one particular diva attiring in similar clothing as me. The asian with eyelashes in my previous reply of stiletto heels covered with dress pants. Noticing this diva as she does of me often is a silent game we play trying to gain as much attention as possible through the gym clothes we wear. Only she is hung up with younger co-worker male of hers always working out giving tips or help to him, compared to me he needs all the help he can get. Funny thing today she knew i was admiring her new Lululemon alberta lake crop wunder under tights. While i tried to be subtle she came way to close to me helping out her co-worker buddy basically putting her buttocks side of my face as i sat on piece of gym equipment resting. As they were working out close by or at least the boy, suppose it was good excuse for the diva to rub it in, no pun intended knowing i liked what i seen from her. Yes, i noticed she liked it smiling a little too much working out. To bad she didn't see me in my heels today coming in the gym bet she wore something upscale sexy heels herself.
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  21. Many young Japanese men have a body and face shape that makes a feminine look easier to mimic. Although the style is labeled "genderless" it seems to emphasize using several typically female styling features: makeup, nails, heels, skirts that many term cross dressing. Regardless of the label, I applaud the style even though for most of us, not starting from the young Japanese body and face shape, it is difficult to accomplish.
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  22. That is so awesome. Priceless in my book. I may have to try that!!!!!
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  23. VIVIENNE WESTWOOD SUPPORTS UNISEX CLOTHING: supports swapping clothes with partner https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/09/fashion/mens-style/vivienne-westwood-returns-to-london-fashion-week-mens.html?smid=tw-nytfashion&smtyp=cur&_r=0 Her latest show, a unisex affair on Monday with male and female models, closed the four-day event. The men tramped down the runway wearing a range of outfits, including sharp suits (wide lapels, flared pants) and billowing capes and tulle tutus. The women wore the same. And that, Ms. Westwood declared, was precisely the point. “Unisex may sound like a joke, but, in fact, it’s all about styling and being able to dress however you like,” Ms. Westwood, 75, said. “Swapping clothes with your partner means you can buy less, choose well and really make them last.”
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  24. A few pics with my latest heels some i whore outside with the wife
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  25. Nice skirts and pumps, Henri - and I'm jealous from the reaction you are getting from the ladies!
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  27. Saw a pair of those once, but they didn't have a size 10 - - - damned!!
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  29. Another way of saying this is that, "The Trump women are well heeled" (in both definitions of the term). Melania Trump's Inaugural dress From the above post: The gown was, according to a statement from her office, a “collaboration” between Mrs. Trump and the designer Hervé Pierre, a Frenchman who moved to New York in the early 1990s and eventually became creative director of Carolina Herrera, where he and Mrs. Trump met and where he worked on clothes for Laura Bush and Michelle Obama, though largely behind the scenes. He left that post last February. This is his first major dress under his own name (he does not yet have a full-fledged collection in that context). ... her entire inaugural wardrobe — to do what her husband, standing on the steps of the Capitol building, said they would do: “follow two simple rules: Buy American and Hire American.” Although I'm in the "If your not terrified, you're not paying attention" camp, Melania Trump has an eye for fashion and the resources to realize her vision. She alone will make the news worth watching. Just for grins, here is an image from my story "Thighboot Club - A Tall Story".
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  30. You are rocking that skirt! I love pencil skirts for the way they cling to my thighs. Naturally as a guy we don't sit well, but I learned how to sit in a skirt with this style and it just looks sophisticated and smart. I wear mine either at the knee or just above. Just bought a suede pencil skirt which I wear with boots, and in this weather, tights as well. I find panties more comfortable with tights as boxers tend to become very uncomfortable and ruin the contours of a skirt. I also wear denim pencil skirts as well, some with a generous slit at the rear to show off my legs in the summer! As regarding sweaters, turtle neck sweaters look great, and the tighter fitting sweaters suit a pencil skirt more than a baggy one
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  31. I will need to acquire some sweaters or tops that better accent that. Truth be told though, I need to drop a few pounds, otherwise a shorter top would not only accent the top line of the skirt, it would accent my gut...
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  32. KneeBooted: Very nice pictures. I would agree with TBG that the outfit would look nicer with the top tucked into the skirt. Otherwise, well done.
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  33. Hey Macky, you do seem to suffer a lot of negative reactions from the ladies. Sorry to hear that. It's not all bad out there though. Can't say I've noticed many bad reactions from the ladies while out and about in my small provincial city here in the UK. Just this lunchtime, while at my local Machine Mart outlet (big boys tool shop) one of the shop assistants' came over and commented she liked my shoes. We chatted for quite a few minutes. Her interest seemed quite genuine, not gender specific, just two people with a common interest in heels.
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  34. I wear heels and my wife has been dating me for many years !!!!! sf
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  35. Nice look Henri1942. BTW,you have nice looking legs too! Thanks for the pics. Happy Heeling, bluejay
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  36. Honestly nearly 30% would is a pretty good number. Of the 70% that wouldn't I'll bet a large portion of them don't wear heels either except when the occasion dictates it.
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  37. My target Massimo burgundy velvet laceup flats
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  38. Swapping clothes with your partner? Yeah, right. Leaving aside colour and style preferences which are most unlikely to be shared, this silly premise also assumes your partner is exactly the same size as you - same height, waist, chest measurements, sleeve length etc. I am trying to think of a single couple that I know where that would be the case, and I am struggling to come up with any. Certainly I could never wear my wife's clothes, nor she mine, even if we wanted to swap. Which I can't ever imagine either of us ever wanting to do. Besides, people can already dress as they please - what is stopping them? - without Ms Westwood's imprimatur and without trying to look as though they came out of a cookie cutter.
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  39. Last night I broke with a tradition I have of not mixing heels and my musical friends. Most of the time when I'm performing solo I often wear tall boots with 4-5" heels but when I'm in a jam session I wear boots but with flat to 2" heels. (These are almost flat heels but typical of what I wear when performing.) A friend described most of the folks at the jam sessions as "Old guys with flannel shirts and pony tails", which is close to correct. I play well enough to command the respect of most in the jam sessions as a musician and I kind of counted on that to have this group accept my freestyling. Anyway, I was wearing my black faux suede OTK boots with 4" block heels all day and when it came time to head out for the jam I grabbed my hat and guitar and thought "why not". I did wear them as knee high rather than OTK height but I went to the jam in 4" heels. For the first two hours there was a large group and I played standing up. After that we split up and I played for another hour sitting. The only comment was when one friend asked me (when no one else was around) how tall I was with those shoes. I had to stop and think to remember how high a heel I had on. As far as I could tell, most noticed my boots and just figured, without surprise, "that's him, he does that" and went on enjoying the jam. I probably won't make wearing heels to a jam an all the time thing simply because I have a lot of boots with lower heels that I like to wear. But, I've broken the mold so I'm sure I will wear heel at a jam again. Before anyone asks, skirts are too much of a fashion stretch for this group and consider the difficulty of sitting with a guitar and remaining decent while wearing a short skirt. To my eye heels in the 4" range are more "dressy" then my low heels boots so I'll have to improve in the "flannel shirt and pony tail" image when I wear heels. But then I don't want to be too far out for these casual jams. Like I said, I broke the mold and had a great time.
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  41. It's not too often that I wear my boots in full view but once in a while I just feel the need too
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  42. 100% a fetish. I only wear heels for play. Once or twice a year I wear heels in public for a fancy dinner. I also would wear heels to local fetish nights. Plus I love shopping for new heels.
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  44. Here, save yourself a trip to the ER, and be sure to duck your head when going through the door.
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  46. @kneehighs Thanks for the marketing lesson. You never know what you will find here at hhplace. I appreciate that a good quality item cost more to produce than an inferior quality item, where "produce" includes manufacturing, quality control, and marketing) but at $1000 a pair was Saint Laurent really worried about the cost of manufacturing in larger sizes?
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  48. Firdt. Outed for my mother. She laughed. A lot. Then she calmed down. Liked them. Wondered how I got the idea to buy them. She texted a image to my older brother. Directly he answered brokeback mountain. I texted him that it took more balls than he got to wear them and stick out. Still no answer from him.
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  49. POLARIZING OUTFITS FOR ATTRACTION So here's an idea. Attraction is often based on polarity. How about co-creating polarity with our outfits with our dates to create attraction? If the girl wears a traditionally feminine outfit, then agree to wear a traditionally masculine outfit with heels. If she wears lace and chiffon, then wear a studded leather jacket, tight jeans, motorcycle accessories, studded belt, and strapped/buckled heels. Co-coordinate outfits with polarity. Definitely, something to try in the New Year if the occassion arises.
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  50. I'm addicted, even at home I wear high heeled sandals
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