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  1. Beyonce is one of Todricks inspirations can see the similarities in his performance in the video clip. As for Toderick being gay admitting his dating friends is rather obvious to many female performers who see him as a talented dancer, singer. As for this musical being some gateway projecting our daily lives is a stretch or some lesson for acceptance males in heels. Forget it people have their beliefs and nothing they see or you could say will change it. People trust their own sense of what they see from years of stereotypes and like minded opinions friends and family. Rarely do people become friendly accompany radical departures from their conservative belief system. Meaning, people hang out with same mindset of friends as they are, which often cements their beliefs seeing their friends agree with them. So whenever they see me coming people assume i must be gay because guys don't wear feminine clothes or at least any of their friends or associates. While opinions on how i look may vary to being gay, crossdresser, crazy, vulgar the consensus is usually keep away not someone i want to know or very least be seen with. Enjoy the play as it's meant for as entertainment or laughter at a high degree work of art.
  2. Bet your all smiles. Doubt i could pull it off without sounding creepy or having ulterior motive. Maybe i'm too serious or assuming woman natural reactions of shivers and awkwardness maybe bitterness that i maybe enjoying wearing heels and accessories to much. Which creeps females away.
  3. How's that work? What type of strangers oblige your requests? If it were me in your heels i would feel it would be to much, people thinking i'm in love with myself. Also taking a picture often than not attracts other attention. Do people get angry when you ask? Calling you names rejecting your request only so they don't feel their encouraging your style..
  4. Now that turns me off wearing heels because the same thought comes to my mind when seeing others or myself wearing them. Suppose it makes my wishy washy of sorts being swayed away from something that pulls me in like gravity. Yet, like some do want recognition, and feedback of what i wear from others. Sometimes it's just being supportive but other times it's honest look upon myself seeing what i miss while others can observe that i can't. Usually a compliment washes away any sort of second thoughts that i appear silly or awkward. We as men have to be cognizant that social behaviours often can't get passed seeing male in female established footwear or clothing. Takes a while for others to be swayed or have a positive outlook what your wearing. Sometimes females find certain colours or style to outlandish once seeing it more often there taste changes or opinions sway. Had the same problem with said female mocking my cranberry leggings at the gym. After few weeks she had epiphany and bought exact same colour style leggings as she criticized. Later as i seen her wearing them, it was obvious she regretted laughing upon me so openly and close proximity. Her demeanour having me see her wearing the exact pair i own, was embarrassment, head down but no response but body language, facial expressions told me she felt bad hoping i forgot it or forgave her. Neither happened nor do i find it funny but find another reason why haters hate so much. This is why so many opinions on what you wear sometimes is wrong and best ignored.
  5. Seen this happen with dangling heel platforms from a older attractive business woman who was the President of worlds biggest retailer, it often is distracting. This is done on purpose targeted to get attention and lose focus from the males talking to her. I know i did, just about drooled over her legs crossed making other males seeing what i was staring upon. She knew it but ignored my stares but other guys adjusting themselves sitting on the chairs. We as men know fully well where our mind wanders or is taken by surprise seeing some platform heels done up right, add a little movement to be noticed. Sort of same notion can be done when someone shakes their arm or wrist making others aware of their rolex watch or jewellery worn.
  6. To say it's a bit of a shock at first glance is understatement when i observe others reactions of me wearing them. Depending on the environment your surrounded in. Reactions can vary from being utterly upset having a woman scream almost knocking me off my feet from her decibel level. Others may only quietly ignore me, while others smirk saying, they don't mind it. You will never satisfy people with your attire whatever the style or gender. After reading this post i boarded a train from work to go home. Seen a black young 30 year old male sitting across from my seat about 20 feet away. He was well groomed shaved head, leather short jacket moto, black suede loafers with gold accent matching his leather purse on his lap. At first didn't feel he was shockingly wearing anything out of the ordinary only dressed totally in black and his pants were short and snug wearing no socks. His atitude was smiling upon everyone suppose he was judging there appearance comparing himself, undoubtedly he was attractive from my hetrosexual opinion. As i kept looking more i noticed he was sitting with his thighs and shoes oddly for a male tightly close together as most woman do in a skirt with heels etc.. Then he stood up letting someone sitting beside, having space to exit out. My eyes bulged out seeing this young man was wearing black leggings with faux back pockets. He was about 6 feet tall with lean well toned legs similar to a fit 16 year old girl, with narrow hips. He had confidence to wear it and was not ashamed wearing a short jacket showing off his buttocks, didn't look at his bulge. He didn't feel he was self conscious at all in fact was revelling in it. He walked off the train on his toes as though wearing heels. He showed a body language, mannerisms of a very feminine woman, or stereotypical portrayal of televisions flamboyant gay male. Seeing others observing they didn't even notice or care what he had on, although one look towards him many might believe he might be flamboyantly gay so no laughter or finger pointing was done or stark stares. Even myself trying not looking, but focused on some females sitting nearby him, while taking glances from time to time. So i get it wearing leggings can make others feel uncomfortable around you. Some pretend not to notice but in reality they do, it's difficult not to show some facial reaction or opinion either a big smile thumbs up, or the simple trying not to look, ignoring you holding in the many thoughts, opinions of a male in leggings. So can people get comfortable or use to seeing a guy in leggings i doubt that very much. My thoughts is i wear them almost daily at the gym but also have to be aware some locations (workplace) or types of people (kids) may not be suitable wearing them. Some say if you got the body you might as well show it off. In my case i hear haters complaining about me to others but replies back are, i don't care, or if i looked like him, i be showing it off also. So yah! show what you got and let the chips fall where they may. Sooner or later you will get feedback one way or another. In my case i look at myself knowing i got faults but also see others having them also females in particular. So none should pass judgement that someone should look or wear certain things only because it flatters their body better than others. It's only someone's opinion some people like the colour red others hate it, doesn't mean you can't wear red. My peeve of people wearing leggings is they match it up with athletic sneakers looks as they are about to workout. The real deal is they wear them as casual attire and have no intentions to workout or do anything athletic. Only reason i see this phenomenon is to be provocative and very comfortable. It annoys me when i see females at work wearing leggings or shopping. One female told me reason she shops in leggings is trying on clothes is quicker and less disgusting. Meaning she felt when putting on clothes that others tried on could give her some skin rash or disease that transferred onto the garments. After thinking about it makes sense who knows how many women tried on some skinny jeans and left some sort of virus transferred onto the fabric waiting for you to try on next. Yuk is the word yikes..
  7. Just finished some late shopping. Didn't find anything exciting at Saks but Marshalls had some jeans and sweatshirt from a brand I'm crazy for.  Many here write about a shoe addiction buying to many. Well I do exactly that with designer jeans. 

    Picture shows a matching brand sweatshirt jeans and yes my block heel booties. 

    Had no problem walking in my booties as earlier in the week, guess I needed to get use to it. Maybe the temperature drop help stretch the leather booties out more. 

    Expected some reactions with my ultra dark legging skinny jeans I wore browsing the store isle. Nothing negative was said that I heard, on one occasion couple passed by and the woman laughed.  Most people seem not to notice until I was in line. Did see the guys behind me in the video screen camera feed staring and the female cashier assuredly knew what I was wearing when I walked over to the counter. The cashier had a smirky smile which I noticed concluded from viewing me shop earlier on the floor across her cashier desk in the denim section.  

    Observing myself in the store mirrors which I passed several was shocking how i outfitted myself. If I seen someone dressed like me same body type lean legs I would conclude it's a skinny fit woman. Then have to double take noticing it's actually a man.  So I can understand people smirking or laughing when they notice. 

    Almost wanted to take a picture of myself in front of the store mirror or video as I walk. Just felt it would look to vain pulling out my phone and attract attention more then it should. Observing myself as I walked passed a few well lit store mirrors I was shocked with slight grin how feminine my legs looked in those tight legging jeans and bootie heels I appeared. If I shocked myself how I appeared in the store can't imagine what the female employee thought. 

     

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    1. CAT

      CAT

      You and your outfit look awesome.  Who cares what others think.  God knows I don't . 

    2. Peter1

      Peter1

      Awesome looking outfit ! As CAT says the most important thing is that you are pleased with your look !

  8. Lucky you. Have block heel booties but today wore my suede tan flat block heel chelsea booties with some Clean Euston Leggings and Varvatos henley contoured hemmed with True religion oxblood denim jacket. My older sister seen me and said, in a demeaning term, where are you going, dressed like that! it's disgusting... Yet when she does it or any female like one pictured below, nobody says that's disgusting. Only if said female maybe over dressed for casual attire. Woman now trending wearing big boyfriend watches as jewelry. When we as guys wear something remotely feminine reactions are that's disgusting.. ?? When i was leaving out the gym the black female receptionist and other colleague stared upon what i was wearing. As i was opening the door leaving expect sometimes a goodbye depending how busy some are, rather one of them commented to the other about my attire saying, "it's crazy what's he is wears." Felt like turning my head and saying, have a nice night too. Funny was i didn't wear my 4 inch bootie block heels, just chelsea tan one inch block heel suede ankle booties. Doubt it would of made a difference if i wore same kind of stiletto booties like the picture below, or straight up 5 inch pleaser black pumps . Only would make me feel better if wearing heels and sudden reactions we all are famous seeing before. Yet i think i was dressed a bit subtle not 100% what i should of liked on Tuesday early evening, with the 4" block heel booties from Rag & bone camel or black leather i own. Feel once you put the heels on people tend to look upon you differently. Once they see a guy in heels they never forget and treat me differently than wearing just sneakers or chelsea booties. Walking towards the security guard desk seeing a guard smirking saying a polite hello once i entered the building down the long hallway towards the gym. He seen me in my 4 inch block heel booties about year ago when i had my car broken into in the parking lot. Think he noticed my jegging jeans walking towards him recognized, it's that guy! he soon will never forget who wore heels. Didn't feel it makes a difference wearing a general flat chelsea being subtle or comfortable rather than heels. Think the reactions are the same only in heels they may say oh! he is a crossdresser best to leave him alone or we will get into trouble or never seen one before. While seeing me in what looks to as normal male boots, which by the way are not. Seeing me in jeggings was easily reacted to that they don't look right. Sort of what i'm trying to say if you outfit yourself 100% then people get the image yah totally "put label here". Once you try to obscure or being subtle, hiding one part of your outfit lack of better term"freestlyling" if you will, then people tend to see something is off with the outfit. So yah! should of, could of, worn heels then reactions would be, oh boy! did you see him, rather what the hell is he wearing.
  9. Well done. Any reactions you got wearing your outfit? +, - We both wear similar jean jeggings only I yet to own or wear a nice stilleto bootie like yourself. At first glance Iooking at your pictures I chuckled. Then realized I have that type of style myself. Very streamlined finished with some great booties or shoeties.. i don't know about you but when people see me in my jeggings and block heel booties it tends to surprise them. Again can't blame some laughing at me or commenting looking like a girl. Once people see you enough tends to be comfortable to the style. Then they look closer analyze you and some might compliment the way you look. Only majority think our style is wrong for a male to wear. Giving us the shameful loud laughs to embarrass or gather attention towards me. Yet looking at your pictures can't see why guys can't outfit themselves like that. It's not shameful, disgusting obscene in any manner. Yet people generally mock that style only belongs to a female. Yet whenever I see females attiring such a smart look they really show how often unfit their body shape is. Always want to confront some thick thigh woman wearing it saying you laugh at me look yourself in the mirror honey! At the time never see a woman wearing the same style or look bad in it hating me for wearing it. Usually it's their friends that make a scene but the lean female wearing our similar styles tends to be quite. Don't know if the woman wearing it finds my outfit cool or embarrassed for her wearing it being compared to my body type, trying to avoid any scene.
  10. Nice look jeans, booties, just right way to wear those heels.
  11. Any comments you would like to share with the group of ladies in the pic said, or amongst themselves about your outfit. Can't understand why you don't get bad comments or reactions. Suppose if your surrounded with more mature attitudes comments get better. Just wearing my tight ink wash jeans rag & bone had few couples Friday night notice and began to laugh. She was wearing some printed ugly heel stilleto booties and black skinny cheap jeans. Almost wanted to stare back yah, lady look at what your wearing. But I did stare at her shoes later ignoring her. Think she got the message becoming self concious and stopped laughing second or third go around.
  12. Hear you clearly. We do have some obsession with different things. Mine being female activewear which i often shake my head at why do i need to buy new stuff. Yet i'm compelled to keep shopping for denim or activewear. Think to myself can i get my money worth from what i bought. Looking at my miniscule heel bootie collection or large amount of shoes do i need to throw out the cheaper worn uncomfortable ones i bought decade ago. Problem i have is i take care of my shoes so well or get very little use out of it because i bought another. Better to buy quality comfortable shoes, boots, heels having more chance in wearing them more often. Again easier said then done. If your lucky enough that shoe or heel fits or comes in your size then why not splurge. Even a used pair of LB i've seen selling are sold out in my size probably a 12 U.S translates to a 9.5-10 U.S mens right? Again bought some all to small Giuseppe Zanotti bootie heels sitting in a box untouched can't sell them if i wanted getting half what i paid. Doubt i'll buy some five inch heel SAINT LAURENT ZIPPER LEATHER ANKLE BOOTS size 12US or IT 42 how would that translate to man's foot of 9.5US?
  13. Doesn't make sense buy ten Christian Louboutins rather hundred of price point that are more affordable. Think of the money you both save? Sort of a strange false outlook on things. Don't want a credit card because i can't control the money i would spend. Don't put that bag of open potato chips in front of me or i will have no self control but eat it all. Lady don't dress up like a slut or you will deservedly asking in getting sexually assaulted. Buying something with quality often comes with a big price tag. Learn to live within your means but having a collection of heels of that amount screams that their is a healthy obsession and deservedly needs to fullfilled. I can be guilty of having a female skinny jean collection but i don't go out to Walmart, Costco or Old navy buying in bulk.
  14. Ask yourself this question? If you're dating someone wearing what is expected of you would you be happy? Sooner than later your feelings wearing what you desire surpass those people you want to please or fit in. Expect to be a loner for some time, that is if your personality is quite. Wearing what you feel often alienates others towards you. Taking into account my experiences. Females often see how I dress and reject me with at most prejudice or less friendly not saying hello. I look at it like this. If i was to wear trendy traditional masculine clothing would specific type females i'm attracted to like me. Found from experience woman that i find attractive are repulsed or find me not their type rejecting me with bias for various reasons. No matter how fit i look, or attractive i'm, females have preconceived ideology of their perfect man attributes are. So why should i try to make fake impressions on woman i'm in love with, instead of being myself, enjoying what i like to wear. Don't try to fool yourself like a lot a males believe, that they may encounter a hot superficial fit female and ride into the sunset together. Almost always i see fit good looking female partnered with male unlike me taller, stockier, younger, caring less of their appearance being less bold. Word of advice never ask or discuss your fondness for heels. Woman pick-up on your intrigue tossing it out in general conversation which they will begin analyzing your personality. If they find out you're interested in heels they may put you in a box with a bias wrong label such as "gay" thus never wanting to do with you again. Or worst yet as some females do to me, begin to label wrongly, as a "gay" and gossip to newbie friendly naive females of mine to forget about him. Females assumption as wrong label they are begin to gossip, straight guy wouldn't wear that, etc... Suppose it's one way for my haters that are jealous or envious of my style to stick it to me through rumours and bias prejudicial conclusions frightening off cute friendly females. My only recourse is to look after myself best way i can minding my business. Wear the best clothes that i can find, that woman would be envious of. Often than not whatever perceived beliefs females have of me giggling, laughing, smirking, nodding of heads with disapproval, commenting to others, why is he wearing that...? Once females take a closer view of me, then basic instincts come out admiration or intrigue of what i become so bold. Sometimes astonishment and complimentary words are made to me. Regarding my attire from observed pity nobody respecting me in it, or that i have the self confidence to wear it as themselves as women do not. Example of a female that finds me not her type typically, even told her before she did to me both agreeing on something. Although she did say for whatever reason after telling her, she looked hot, that she dated a stripper before. What's that suppose to mean?
  15. Having trouble buying a belt. Trying to purchase a leather casual belt feels soft not stiff is difficult to find. Many stores start with sizes at 32" waist. With that i find all the holes to tighten would not fit snug enough. Had to poke another hole in a gucci leather belt i owned bad mistake rather taking it to a professional to punch a hole. Looking maybe a woman's belt maybe the answer. Only problem i find the woman belts i encountered in stores are very thin almost decorative then basic 1.5" wide belt i'm looking for. Any suggestions finding a quality belt? Thanks.
  16. Very well done. With your size every woman shoe fits. Envy you..
  17. JeffB i'm overwhelmingly happy for you being free from oppressed judgemental stares or commentary. Have to add with respect what you're wearing and the whole outfit when quickly glanced upon from afar can be mistaken as ordinary heavy set black woman with short hair. Yet you do it successfully without anyone getting offended or jealous in a bad way unlike myself. On the streets whenever it's busy people aren't out taking up the sights unless you're a construction worker on a lunch break sitting by watching endless females stroll by. People are busy or in a rush not caring about saying hello or chatting. It's all about quick glances and presuming your gender is a woman and end of story. Yet if anyone looks more closely they may react differently startled, laughing upon oneself assuming your a lady, finding out the contrary etc.. Believe this gender identification signals, to many people's brain as what you're wearing is female then no longer do we need to inspect closer. Happens to me often at the gym when newbie members may start concentrating on their workout unaware of others surrounding them in a crowded gym. Some may look at my legs seeing my crop tights and instantly believe, oh that's just another thin female. Until they are intrigued or impressed look closer and find it's a man with a fit female type body. Then the longer stare or giggling to oneself of the presumed error of my gender. Same as i shop walking towards the mall entrance parking lot seeing some people walking towards my direction. From a distance none notices except a silhouette of what presumes a female in skinny jeans and bootie heels. Once we get closer reactions are different, giggles, small commentary about how terrible skinny jeans look on a guy, while laughing commenting on my close resemblance appearing like a girl. While my workplace almost every woman doesn't say hello or wants to share any comments with me. What i found reason being is they detested me wearing skinny female jeans (designer ones). While i outfit myself in traditional male pants suddenly i get a smirking, smiling hello or acknowledgement staring at my loose fitting clothes. While they themselves, woman at work wearing skinny painted on jeans with a body and legs that could easily be detested more than mine. Your lucky that you can wear what you enjoy and people acknowledge you with regular genuine kindness regardless what they feel your wearing. When i first wore pink tank or short sleeve activewear shirt in the gym woman frozen stood glaring, laughed uncontrollably, or giggled to one self turning back as something i had no business wearing. Sometimes it's uncomfortable seeing couple laugh upon me while seeing me countless times but only difference seeing wear a hot pink long sleeve workout top in the gym. Thanks for the heads up October being breast cancer awareness month, gives me excuse to wear more pink colours than usual at the gym.
  18. Seen sweaters with a built in white hem collar blouse with side splits. Wanted to purchase it but found the hemed white mock blouse to frilly material to sheer to wear comfortably. Although like the idea of blouse sweater combination haven't seen anything i would buy as of yet. Good choice.. Cool look you have from the back it looks like a dress but once you turn around it's the opposite. Suppose woman would wear the sweater paired with black leggings. Difficult with us guys to wear it, unless we want to advertise and intrigue some woman on our frisky days, which for me is 24/7, Lol.... Love the boot heel perfect height, kind of casual with knee high but classic stiletto for a formal style. Good job.. Would not recommend white jeans paired with the white blouse but do understand why. Think of a more colour balance such as red pants or brighter ones only because your covering entire leg showing only from the front, giving you excuse to be bold.
  19. They look perfect! Great find. Wish to wear exact same boots sometime very hot indeed without looking overwhelming. Believe it's the platform front toe box is seamless blends the boot giving it a normal appearance less bulky moon-boot, ski boot style. Just curious what is the circumference of the opening above the knee? That's a problem with a lot of over the knee boots fitting to loose making the appearance not looking good. These seem to fit snugly makes it that much better looking.
  20. Your correct surprisingly never thought about it in that way. Whenever I go to gala charity dinners often see rich ladies showing off their heels. Most wear them once just like the gowns. Guys in tuxes or sharp suits with Pantent oxfords. Always wondered what if I choose to wear some strap pump heel platforms in a dress. What would the people at my table think. Often see woman doing comparisons with gowns and heels complimenting each other. Woman love to dress for nights out. They feel like a little girl in a princess gown only needing a wand. Less and less woman wear heels except for the office anymore. Suppose woman can tolerate it for evening out but rather quickly wear sneakers the morning after going to yoga class. Suppose woman only wear pump heels to church function wedding, funeral, baptism, communion. Or wear heels to Friday night or Saturday night out with their significant other. Again only a few hours of wearing heels then change back to flat heel boots or sneakers, sandals.
  21. Did i learn a valuable lesson. Wore my new heel block booties fits tight. So wearing any sort of medium denier sock fits very snug. So i thought why bother wearing ankle thin socks with them, big mistake. Barefoot with these leather booties blistered my toes and heel painfully, ouch! Looks as i learned my lesson never again. May try to snatch couple those sock pantyhose they offer free at Marshalls when women try on heels. Bought some thinner ankle socks that won't show to badly from my booties. Just curious and now know wearing pump heel often see women's feet blistered wearing it barefooted. Seeing some woman in flat sandals with band-aids or scabs on their heel or toes like i got today. Going to take awhile to heal before i wear my booties again..
  22. Did little shopping this weekend decided to wear my new Rag & bone harrow booties. Went downtown this time to exchange a pair of jeggings to a smaller size in a exclusive women's store. Again the girl helping me thought it was for someone else this time i corrected her it was for me. She apologized and asked if i wanted to try them on. Did it when she asked how they feel going down from 26 25 I couldn't feel or see the difference. As I walked out in the store mirrors while few woman watched. Only seen the sales girl reaction to me in these painted on jeggings lifting my shirt up. Her reaction subtle but taken aback at how tight they looked. Doubt she was impressed or liked it, but put on a friendly demeanour after cashing out. Didn't receive any stares because of my heel booties it was a bit odd for me always expecting dirty looks. Felt i was so confident enough to wear some stiletto pumps but since i didn't have any these booties were good enough. Only after browsing buying Theory knit sweater at another store i did notice a female walking into my aisle checking out my tight crop jeans and booties. Overall didn't see any woman walking around in heel stilettos around the streets or stores. Counted only two females and one booties similar to mine. Almost all woman i observed wear sneakers or flat chelsea ankle boots. The pictures don't show how well the almost 4 inch heel represents itself. Don't know the angle of the photos makes my outfit appear crap, Do feel I look a little better then photos show. Maybe it's just me and the outfit is a bit unpolished. Could be the leather jacket isn't snug enough to get a more streamline appearance. Do believe you need to go all out when dressed in skinny jeans end heels. If the upper torso looks to loose really throws the appearance way off. That is why I dress with tight fitting tops in the gym to match up my crop leggings I wear. Gives a better overall athletic appearance. While wearing a loose shirt something looks off. Overall at the time I felt really comfortable wearing what I did. The extra height in the heels gave me even smug confidence. As I shopped I noticed the Asian female across the blouse racks adjoining my aisle staring at me. Once she turned the corner looking over my lower body without any sort of negative reaction. Was really refreshing not hearing a smirking grunt or giggle or dirty stares. Wanted to extend my shopping experience at a mall nearby. Thought not to push sooner or later someone would make a judgemental reaction seeing me. Before my shopping I needed to find a restroom from my drive downtown. Parked my car near a lot and walked to a corner McDonalds which I didn't yet change out of my white designer sneakers. When I walked quickly to the restaurant noticed old Asian lady laughing soon as I passed her. Seen a young couple talking the female eyes were observing me to and from my car. As I made my way into McDees opened the door for a three teen girls also needed to use the restroom. Surprising no real reaction from the girls like giggling etc... Although did overhear some sort of comments about me from one unaware I was following them to the restroom upstairs. Notice after leaving one sitting at a table waiting for her friends stared upon me closely and seriously. Shows me sometimes it's not the bootie heels gets attention but my legs wrapped in denim tightly. Do feel the need to get my feet in some 4" pump stilleto and black opaque pantyhose or stockings in a fitted tunic and do some more serious shopping finding some gems woman overlooked. Find shopping can be enjoyable if the environment is non judgemental. Do feel going out of town malls feels awkward because of families feeling safe in the surrounding giggling noticing my feminine style over-reacting pointing fingers etc... Unlike downtown most people not familiar to shops or street traffic being a little more preoccupied and unsafe then confines of a secure mall. Less likely to notice me closely maybe presuming I was just a female shopping without realizing I was a man.
  23. Nice heels looks good. Like the picture with the woman in fishnets in Giaro's. Envious on woman crazed about your heels rightfully so. If you decide to wear them again instead of fishnet pair of black camo leggings would look cool also. Nice work reminds me of Pierre Hardy printed booties. Sometimes prints can look tacky or gaudy appearing loud. Yet camo can look always safe cool look. Reminds me wearing my new Swirl black white leggings to the gym. Had few woman taken aback at the bold colour. One smirked others stared in shock while a female friend loved them pinching my thigh feeling the material.
  24. Like the suede fitted toe box looks really nice and the heel height perfection. What compliments did you get care to share? Agree tomorrow getting little cooler so i just might put on my heel booties to a mall. Have some unfinished business last Sunday ready to try on a Black knitted stretch long sleeve sweater with Rag & bone Moss Dre jeans. If they have both in stock i might take a picture in the change room.