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  1. 4 points
    Ok, so I know I need to update this and cover at least the topic of heels at work; a subject I brought up a while back. However, I felt I should post this picture because this is my mood this morning. I believe I have posted a picture of the coffee mug before, but sitting out back enjoying some coffee this morning, it just felt right in heels.
  2. 3 points
    Now I have finished a closet for all my shoes. Please share your pictutes of your closet.
  3. 3 points
    Hi, I just got around to setting up my own blog with my personal thoughts around boots and heels topics. Tall Black Boots Do any of you other guys have a blog?
  4. 2 points
    Bought these inexpensive Zodiac booties off ebay, size 10. I really like the look of the heel and color, even though the toes are more rounded than I prefer. I bought these partially because the short shafts fit in my bag easier, but also to wear instead of my stiletto boots that are getting torn up on rough surfaces/roads/sidewalks. While these booties look good, they are really not designed very well in terms of walkability....I realize that Zodiac is probably a lower cost product, but I wish they the heels/soles were designed a bit better for ease of walking. The underslung heels tend to buckle a bit making me feel a bit uneasy, perhaps losing a few pounds might help! These booties seem to be more for "show" than "go", but I didn't pay much for them so can't complain.
  5. 2 points
    Well, I'm lucky to live in a large city like Philadelphia where the chances of running into someone I know, either from work or the street I live on is minimal. Still, as Walt Disney was famous for having noted, it's a small world after all, so anything is possible. Despite that, I don't let it bother me and go about the business of having fun on my outings.
  6. 2 points
    Jay kindly met me in downtown Austin after a long day on the road...We had a great time walking around downtown in our boots and had a nice dinner while discussing cars and boots....Good times, thanks Jay!
  7. 2 points
    As there's always a reason to wear heels
  8. 2 points
    Oh, I know! The only reason why I keep my Söfft mules is because they were my first pair, and I'm probably overly sentimental about them. Plus, they don't really take up much room.
  9. 1 point
    Have come to appreciate second hand stores, like GoodWill . Recently I try to stop by when I'm in the neighbourhood, and have gotten lucky. In one store I found two boots, one brand new (based on the sole) while the other was barely used. Yes, they're a bit older, but they were cheap (less than 20$ each), and they fit great. One has a huge heel & platform, really sexy, but probably too sexy for me to ever wear outside. The other is a 4" stiletto heeled boot, looks awesome under jeans, and is very comfortable. I've worn them out a few times and they're great. Most recently, I stopped by another GoodWill and found a really good selection of shoes/boots. Envious that the selection in size 7-8 (my wife's size - but she doesn't care for heels) is much larger, but the selection for size 10US is OK. Found 3 candidates, all of which I tried on in the closet where you try on cloths. One an ankle boot fit great, but was too beat up to be worth it. Another looked great, nice ~5" inch heel with 1" platform, which fit great and was too comfortable and cheap for me to pass up. Probably worn once or twice before landing at GoodWill. After looking up the brand name, I found the shoe which retails for ~100$USD... The third boot was interesting.... It was a brand new knee high boot, no platform, thin 5" stiletto heel. It was a size 9, which is too small for me, but the shoes were so gorgeous I couldn't resist trying them. So I removed my socks, got out my pantyhose-socks thinking maybe with that I'll fit. When I tried them on, they were huge! Put my regular thick socks back, and the fit was perfect. I don't know what kind of size 9 they are but it was sooo comfortable that I had to buy them. The top of the boot, covering the calves, however was another story. My calves aren't thin, but these boots could have fit calves that were 3x the size of mine. Imagining someone with calves that size wearing those boots, I felt sorry for the boots. The top portion of the boots were ugly (raunched, I believe it's called) and way too big, but the foot was a perfect fit. Had to buy, thinking I'll figure it out later. When home, after much thinking, I decided to cut off the portion covering the calves, fold the material in, and sow it in (took me an hour to do all that). End result, I now have a new beautiful pair of 5" ankle boots, something I've wanted for a long time now, that I am super happy with. I paid ~30$ for the 2 pairs. I have to stop by these stores more often. Sometimes I find nothing, but sometimes there's a good find, and with shoes this cheap, I can get creative! Anyone found anything exciting in these places?
  10. 1 point
    Just finished 18 holes. Wife wanted me to pick up subway on the way home. Obviously i couldn't wear my golf shoes and didn't want to put my work pants back so in i went. Love the feeling, hardly the 1st time with shorts on but still a rush. Stopped at the smoke shop for a couple logs for the July 4th holiday. While in there i received a great "how are you doing" by another customer that i know i don't get except for the heels and obvious lack of concern about how i looked. I expect many more outings like this. Unlike many here i love heels even more so in a casual setting. Maybe me, but women and men in casual attire and stilettos is even sexier than in full blown formal wear.
  11. 1 point
    I'm going to post my outings in this thread, just to share. A few things about me: Have been married for a long time, with kids. My wife knew about my heels before we got married, but was never supportive, and eventually all heels became hidden (hence my alias) from view, we didn't talk about, I didn't wear it in front of her, nothing. Recently the topic came up, and the conclusion was that she said is OK if I go out periodically, she might join once in a while. It's slowly been improving, I showed her my heels, we discussed them, etc, but she doesn't want me wearing them at home. I'm used to that, so it's OK. Traditionally, 50% of my outings have been at night, with noone around, lasting about ~30 minutes. 50% of my outings have been to parks, or other more-deserted locations, during the day, hoping noone would be around. I usually wear jeans which cover the heels, and the heels vary depending on my mood. I much prefer boots, or ankle-boots, so it's almost always that. I have never ventured into a store or anything like that. Now I'm working hard to change that... More recently however, I've been getting really angry, sad, anxious, etc, most of it I am convinced is because of my inability (self-imposed or otherwise) to wear heels out. These emotions have been really difficult, and have preoccupied me greatly. I am getting really fed up with it, and have decided to try to challenge myself a bit and try to wear them outside. This is all recent, and has been happening in the last 2-3 months... OUTING A while ago I had to go downtown for work, and was in a huge mood to wear heels. I decided to take the required cloths with me, and a ~3.5" ankle boot that looks professional, no platform. After I was done with my work stuff, I quickly changed... Jeans covering almost the entire heel (about 1" was showing), and off I went. Broad daylight, with your general downtown population moving about, roads, etc. Put in headphones and walked around downtown, looking into stores, just browsing. Obviously lots of people saw me, but I was having fun. Didn't bother me who saw, and I didn't hear, was busy listening to music. Once I was done walking around, I walked too far from the car, so I decided to take the bus back. Got on the bus, in heels, sat down, and paid no attention to anyone. Was a bit self-conscious, but it was great. This was the first time I went out in public, ever, in broad daylight. I had a blast, still processing the experience. Cloths were: jacket, white shirt, very dark blue jeans, and black ~3.5" chunky heel ankle boots. The outfit I think worked perfectly. OUTING A few days after the above adventure, I got another chance. Was near a shoe store that I don't get a chance to go to often. Was coming home from a work-thing, and wanted to challenge myself. After my work-thing, I got changed, put on very long jeans, and a pair of 4" stiletto boots which I simply love. So comfortable. The heels could barely be seen. I got out of the car, shuffled around a bit, battling my thoughts, but then decided to just go for it. Ventured into the mall, past some coffee shops, and into a large department store. I looked around a bit randomly, just enjoying that I'm there in my heels. Then walked around the mall for a few minutes before making my way to the shoe store. I looked around, found nothing of use, then walked around the mall for a few more minutes and out to the car. The entire thing took 30 minutes or something, but it was broad daylight, with lots of people around, and I loved it. I was just a bit self-conscious. Cloths were: dress-shirt, black sweater, long blue jeans, and black 4" boots. I think it looked OK, upon reflection the outfit could be improved, but am still trying to figure that out. OUTING, OUTING, OUTING, OUTING A few days after the above adventure, over the course of ~2 weeks, I had the chance to be alone during the day once in a while for some hours to do my own thing. I wanted to challenge myself again, and wear heels. This time I decided to go to a coffee shop and grab a drink & some food, and work. So I did just that, picked a coffee shop that was far enough away from home, packed myself into the car, and went. This time I was quite self conscious in my brown wedge ankle boots, and long jeans covering most of it. While standing it was OK, the heels weren't showing, but when sitting I'm sure they were. I tried it out before going to the coffee shop and the jeans would ride up if I sat down, so I assume people could see some of it. But I sat down, enjoyed my drink, ate a bit, and worked on my laptop. Spent about an hour there. Got to repeat this 3, maybe 4 times over the course a few weeks. Quite enjoyable, but doesn't beat the above two adventures. Cloths: Varied, but long blue jeans with 3" wedge ankle boots covering most of it. --------------- The above outings might show progress, and they are huge progress compared to what I was doing a year ago, or further back. But I am still very much conflicted with this heeling thing, and I am sure these emotions will not go away for a while yet. I am trying to challenge myself, and in the process wear my heels, and so far so good. I am still very uncomfortable showing photos or URLs of the heels, or myself. I love it when others post photos of themselves in coffeeshops, etc, but I am not comfortable with that, for various reasons.
  12. 1 point
    Hello, I cannot remember if this podcast has been mentioned before on the site, but I was looking for podcasts related to men in heels and came across an episode that talks about the history of high heels(spoiler alert - it dates back to the 9th-10th century AD.) After listening to that episode, there was another two part episode that I listened to that talked mainly about gender bending clothing, i.e. people wearing clothing that may have been intended for the opposite sex. The episode for the shoes is called Men in Heels, and the two part is called Gender Bending Fashion. -Jeff
  13. 1 point
    I had another place I found during a trip with my step=daughter and her friends. We were in the Los Angeles Hollywood area and as they were checking out various shops, I found a Wasteland Store on Melrose Blvd. We have one of these stores in the San Francisco Haight Ashbury area. The store on Melrose Blvd was incredible. There were all the top name brands CL, YSL, Chanel ect. there. The starting price for the used heels was $104 for these top line brands. I also came to find out there is a webpage listing 4 stores. One in San Francisco, three other in the Los Angeles area.
  14. 1 point
    Jeff, you look nice in all those dresses, the cami and skirt is cute, though I think a midi pencil skirt would have really suited your figure more! Surprising no one pays any attention, unless you have learned to tune out any negativity. I didn't want you to force to stay with skirts, but I think it's just a more balanced wardrobe with both skirts and dresses, but the choice is yours. Mark, pictured below wears skirts and skirt suits, but not dresses, so I guess we all have our preferences. Looking forward to seeing your next sartorial gem
  15. 1 point
    Sorry for your loss @pebblesf. When you get over your morning go to DSW or Macy's and get yourself a nice and fun bootie, like this klick
  16. 1 point
    I have never bought anything such as Louboutin off of Poshmark. The scary side to spending that much money is not knowing whether they are real or not. I do not know if they have any protections for a buyer who buys with the intent of getting a genuine designer name, but ends up with a pair of knock-offs. I haven’t had any experience with the site called ‘TheRealReal,’ but they claim that they verify all of the products listed are genuine and not imitation. They also have good pricing as well on there. -Jeff
  17. 1 point
    Jeff, You ever try shopping at Marmi Shoes?? There is one at the King of Prussia Mall. I have shopped Marmi for several years and have several pairs. Most of their shoes go to gals size 13. The shoes are a bit pricy, but great quality. The staff in the stores are great, very kind and helpful, at least that has been my experience out here in the west. Let me know what you think.... Marmi Shoes King of Prussia, PA - The Court at King of Prussia 344 Mall Boulevard, 19406, King of Prussia Have fun..... sf
  18. 1 point
    What @swedeheeler is saying is Just Because
  19. 1 point
    First worn - Wooden candies mules with a 3” heel similar to these First purchased - low highlights wedge pumps just like these but without the holographic detail
  20. 1 point
    Finally got my red boots at last. I even wore them out in public for 2 hours. I would post a bigger photo of how long they really are if the 500mb rule wasn't implemented.
  21. 1 point
    heelguypa, Trying to answer your question I must ask how often you have checked sites like eBay? There is a wealth of shoes on there in all sorts of styles. I have only two pairs of closed to wedges mostly for those times of year when it is okay to wear wedges but still quite cool on the ground or I just don't feel like showing my toes. That would be one possible solution for you. HinH
  22. 1 point
    If you are into Weird Al and his "weirdness," go see him. He sure puts on a good show.... Especially when wearing high heels - me not him... Last comment to keep in pace with the hhplace site... ha ha sf
  23. 1 point
    Jaunt #506, 8/10/2019: Hard to believe it’s been nearly a month (7/13) since my last jaunt, but, I had been rather busy for the last few weeks so I couldn’t go out and about, or, as John Lennon was famous for having said, “Life is what happens when you’re making other plans”. Anyhoo, with an opening in my schedule, I finally got to enjoy an outing, going to the King of Prussia Mall in my red jersey dress from H&M, the Payless “Parsley” flat sandals in a white and a black satchel bag. It’s also been said that you never miss the water until the well runs dry, and believe you me, I sure had missed being in dresses and had forgotten just how GOOD it felt to wear one, so it was quite exhilarating to be out and about in one again. However, during that last no interval between outings, I continued pondering over the last step in my evolution of going to dresses full time on my outings, I hardly think about wearing skirts, they’re just taking up space in my closet these days, but I’m still not prepared to get rid of them wholesale, and I’m perfectly fine with that. For the time being. Meanwhile, there was already a good crowd at the mall when I arrived just after eleven a.m., I found myself idly wondering if people would take notice of me wearing red, I think you all know where this is headed, because the answer to that question is....no. In hindsight, I should’ve known better, I’ve been to KOP some three dozen times or more, and, despite all the things I’ve worn there, no one has ever paid any attention to me, and this outing was no different, still, even after all this time, I find that rather amazing. After a stop at the comic book shop, I went to Dick’s Sporting Goods where I picked up a new water bottle and a lock for a new bicycle I had bought the previous weekend. Following lunch where I had a slice of chicken bacon ranch pizza (it’s crazy good), I wandered about to see and be seen, and be ignored by the masses which was good enough for me, because that meant I was accepted for my presentation, something that’s always my goal for when I go out. Swinging by H&M, I bought a couple a couple of dresses similar to what I wore, the simplistic, casual style appealed to me, especially for outings where I don’t want to look fancy, like on this outing. I want to have different styles for different outings, everything from casual to dressy and everything inbetween. So yeah, my fashion mindset is definitely gravitating from skirts to dresses, just like it changed from jeans to skirts, and I'm definitely excited about my evolution. More to come....
  24. 1 point
    Well, not certain what if anything this post has to with with anything else, but since there hasn't been lot of activity here lately, I thought I would comment. It's summertime which to me is sandal time!! I mostly wear sandals almost exclusively gals, both with heels and flat. This summer I have been out as much as possible in sandals, heels mostly, and have had absolutely no reaction at all - and that's a good thing - to me at least, except a compliment would be nice. The past few days I have been out in my favorite pair of VanEli kitten heeled sandals that I have had for a few years. I love these shoes, they look nice and are relatively comfortable. No reactions, maybe a few second looks but thats it. Maybe more folks ARE getting acclimated to seeing a guy in heels? Or just more accepting in general? Or just not noticing and/or not caring? I wore these sandals when me and Steve met in LA last November. Both he and his wife liked them... Tonight the wife and I are off to the Greek Theater in LA to see Weird Al in concert. I have seen him before, he's hilarious! Gonna wear heels, just not sure which pair.... Have fun all...... sf
  25. 1 point
    Not sure which of these 3 is the best... Or with a blazer, which is how I went out in the cool evening:
  26. 1 point
    We are all outcasts in one way or another..... A guy wearing high heels??? ha ha ha..... But I could care less, because I really enjoy wearing heels and gals shoes.... And most other folks (guys AND gals) seem to feel the same way.... Enjoy..... sf (the outcast) he he.....
  27. 1 point
    As promised here are the shoes I purchased a couple of weeks ago. The first 2 were purchased from a lady off of facebook marketplace. And the 3rd pair I found myself in a thrift store earlier in the day. here is the breakdown and pics. 1) Black patent Marc Fisher brand with just under 4" heel 2) Wine color Jessica Simpson brand with 5-inch heel and a platform. They also have a keyhole cut-out in the toe box 3) Mint green Le Chateau brand with 4.5" heel
  28. 1 point
    Finally got my over the knee boots at last. Had to link my Twitter photo as I can't post a full photo on here. A full picture of my red boots. Unbranded, and fit like a glove.
  29. 1 point
    I know a lot of you probably already know about this guy, but I thought I'd share for those who don't. He's a violinist, i think in Italy, that wears heels. His name is Il Violino Magico. He's got an active instagram page and a facebook page. Not only does he have great fashion tastes, the music he plays is absolutely beautiful. Check him out if you're looking for new people to follow on your socials. https://www.facebook.com/ilviolinomagico/
  30. 1 point
    I agree: long pants and block heels are most of the time and anyplace unnoticed. That's my nearly everyday outfit.
  31. 1 point
    I’m with you on the weather redandwhite, lovely looking boots though and you only need it to cool off a few degrees and you can have lots of fun in them Nice boots to be fair, like the colour too, not dissimilar to my next western slouch boots only mine are pull on as opposed to the short zip on yours, we’ll have to have a Costa meet sometime and have a proper boot show off
  32. 1 point
    I didn't like the heels from the manufacturer. I made a new one. Better suited to the shoe style.
  33. 1 point
    I have had similar experiences buying off FB marketplace. I don’t normally disclose I’m a guy. I find 4 out of 5 times people are pretty open, as they want to make a sale. Shoes are a pretty easy one to just try on. It’s when you shop for clothes on there that I will disclose I’m a male. I’d rather try on things before I buy them.
  34. 1 point
    I had an interesting encounter today. It all started the other day. I was searching through Facebook Marketplace as I usually do. I came across a pair of black patent stilettos. They looked great and the $10 price tag didn't hurt either. So I messaged the seller to ask her a few basic questions. Things like the brand and size and such. At no point in our conversation did I mention or lead on that the shoes were for me. I finally told her I was interested and I could pick up the shoes tomorrow. She said great and gave me her address. She also said she had some other shoes I might be interested in. So I drove to her house at the agreed-upon time and knocked on the door. She came to the porch area and let me in. She brought me the shoes and without missing a beat she asked if I would like to try them on. The whole drive over I was wondering how it was going to go down. And I was prepared for anything that might arise. I thought about her proposal for just a split second and said sure! I put them on and she asked how they fit? I told her they were really comfortable if not slightly large. Then she asked if I wear them around town referring to heels. I told her I do. Then she said if you don't mind me asking are you a crossdresser or trans etc etc. I felt really comfortable at this point and she seemed that way from the get-go. I told her none of the above. I told her I just wear whatever I want. If it looks good I wear it. She said okay. Then she started telling me about some trans person she knew years back in town. And all the struggles she had before she eventually died. After a brief conversation she mentioned she had another pair of heels that I might be interested in. She said they were red patent and she went to fetch them. I was excited because I didn't have any red patent in my collection. She came back shortly with the shoes. I was slightly dejected as they were more of a maroon wine color. They were nice just the same though. They were Jessica Simpson brand. They had a 5-inch heel and a platform. They also had a keyhole cut-out in the toe box. I slipped out of the black ones and tried these on. They fit great and we're just as comfortable as the other ones despite the added height. She told me how great both pairs looked on me. She told me these ones would be $15 if I wanted them. I happily paid her the $25. She grab me a plastic bag to put the shoes in. And then she said if I have any shoes for sale later I will message you a picture. I thanked her and left one happy camper! Two hot pairs of heels for $25 and a very positive shoe buying experience. The only negative is that when I got home I noticed the patent on the Black shoes had started to separate a little bit from the side of the heel shafts. I missed that earlier but since I only paid $10 for the shoes it was no big deal. A little glue and I should be back in business. I am going to get pics up of the shoes as soon as I can so stay tuned! Oh and I forgot to mention that earlier in the day I found a near-perfect pair of mint green patent stilettos in a thrift store for less than $10 also! So let's recap. I got three pairs of heels plus a story and interaction of a lifetime. And not to mention a potential source of future shoe buying. And all it cost me was 30 bucks! You can't beat that!
  35. 1 point
    My latest thrift store find...heel tips not even worn...10 bucks.
  36. 1 point
    Going to the Goodwill store is like going on an Easter egg hunt. You never know what you will find there.
  37. 1 point
    The first few steps are always the hardest. And it get's easier each time. One day you won't remember when you didn't wear high heels.
  38. 1 point
    If done correctly, sometimes you can just wear 'em down. Don't get me wrong, the wife is not enthusiastic about my fashion choices, but she just doesn't make a big deal about it any more.
  39. 1 point
    Agreed, fortunately I don't care anymore. Just turned 56 on the 3rd and am well past what the effers think when they see me. Might be us grey hairs who set the bar these days. Anyway I'm trying.
  40. 1 point
    This morning I stopped by the local grocery for a quick run for coffee grounds. These are my 5.25 inch domina's. These have a very classic click when walking. Joe
  41. 1 point
    Ordinarily I don’t wear pumps with shorts. My wife convinced me years ago to wear sandals, either with heels or wedges, with shorts. Which I’ve been doing for years.
  42. 1 point
    Yesterday, I saw a couple walking from a parking lot to a funeral home. The couple probably late 30's. She was wearing a pair of sling back, peep toe pumps with a 5" stiletto heel. You could see that she was really struggling walking in those heels. Just the facial expressions said that, "I don't know why I wearing these heels". I wanted to tell her if they were my size and I doubt that they were, I would put them on and show her how easy it would be for me to walk in those heels. LOL Yes many of us guys can walk much better in heels than many women. Maybe we have more practice! Happy Heeling, bluejay
  43. 1 point
    Permission is not required. I really understand the problem with smooth hard floors and have had heels slip on occasion. These shoes are well balanced, i.e. the heel is not too far back or forward and as such i seem to be able to walk much easier in them. I also don't wear this pair all that often anyway.
  44. 1 point
    As long as this thread is resurrected, I've just thought of a question. How are those to walk in on slick surfaces, such as polished tile floors? I have a particular grocery store that I can't wear certain shoes into until I get around to replacing the heel tips with rubber, unless I want to look like a complete fool. I would think those metal tips would skate right out from under me, and leave a huge mark on the floor in the process of it rising up to meet me. Except for that one fear, I rather like your idea. Permission to steal it and use it?
  45. 1 point
    I've just took delivery of some new Only Maker 5" heels. They're so nice for the money
  46. 1 point
    Its always better to feel regret about what you did wrong then to feel regret about what you didn't do.
  47. 1 point
    piano bar cont'd morning heelers , so as the evening progresses i go back & forth to the bar acouple of times on one of those occasions a group of 3 women are going to the bar as well one of them stops in front of me checks out my outfit , mainly the heels and says to the others "look at the heels he's wearing" the other said " yeah i know , he walks so well in them , i can't wear shoes with that high a heel" , now i know we have all probably heard that statement, i 'm sure kneehighs & jeffB , and NZfreestyler have been told that, but it sure does make you feel good . Then after about 1/2 hour need to do the rest room stop which is upstairs 2 flights of stairs , as i'm walking through the room there is a female heading in the same direction , she is walking a couple of steps ahead of me , she stops a few steps before the stairs and waits , i stop just behind her so she can do the stairs, she turns around and said" hello i saw you up on the dance floor stage & just wanted to tell you i love your shoes, they look great and the girl you were dancing with in the jumpsuit and the silver heels are amazing also , i agreed that jumpsuit girls heels were amazing this conversation was going on as we alighted the stairs side by side , i think the conversation ended with her saying something like hope you having a great night. i thanked her for her compliment on my shoes , she was a mid to late 20s i would think dressed well , neatly , nothing extraordinary but nice. Back at the bar for another drink on the mineral water now , have to drive later , speaking sporadically to the two women at my table the 40s woman offers me the pencil and paper to write the requests for the piano player and said are you going to pick a song ? yeah good ideai say this woman reminded me of Olivia Newton John as she looks now , after i write out my selection i go to get up and take it to the piano , she says here i'll take it up for you,i leaned over the table and handed it to her & i know she saw my cobalt blue lacy lingerie under my shirt , no weird look or anything !!! sitting in my seat beside the older woman (friend of ONJ lookalike ) and she is rambling on about this that and the other of no real interest to me if fact she although pleasant and courtios reminded me of an old fashion grandmother really outof her comfort zone , just my take!! sung along a few tunes the place is getting abit roudier now as there are afew more people filtering in , got up and danced again at the invitation of jumpsuit girl and although not dancing with her directly , we are all singing along and dancing , went back to my table after about 4 songs , shortly after mid 30s woman maybe early 40s approaches my table and says " hi i just wanted to let you know i really love your shoes and want to know where you bought them , i told her that they were about 4 years old and that they were Peter Morrisy from Big W and they were long gone , she looked disappointed she then said " i was saying to my husband over there that i thought you look terrific , i hope your not offended, but your whole outfit, skirt , heels everthing looks great!! I thanked her for her compliment & said " how could i be offended when your giving me such a nice compliment on how i'm dressed" she then said " we are sitting over there & pointed" , i thanked her again and she went back to her table well i'm thinking to myself sheesh i am getting some fabulos compliments tonight on my attire and although this was a drag queen show night i was the only guy wearing skirt, stockings & heels , apart from the drag queens of course and the place being mainly filled with females , wonder weather they feel more comfortable in that type of venue and because i'm wearing what i'm wearing the ladies are enjoying it !!!!! hope you all aren't bored with my long essay and when i complete part 3 next time it will be complete as always Happy Heeling & skirting Malinheels
  48. 1 point
    I’ve got a pair of domina sexy 21 in a Uk size 8. they are comfortable and my goal is to walk in them for more than 5 minutes by October
  49. 1 point
    Well I didn’t post the rest of January, but it was uneventful as I only ended up wearing my Converse wedges. In a different thread though, I had posted about my wife and I getting some new boots for each other on Valentine’s Day. Well tonight was the night we wore them out together. Seeing as how the right boot is still snug on her calf, she opted to wear hers under jeans, as did I. I wanted us to go out to a place called Lazy Dog which is a nice restaurant, usually with lots of people and an opportunity to show off the little bit of visible heel. Unfortunately they had a 45 minute wait just to get seated, which won’t fly with our 18-month old son. In all fairness, I was hungry and didn’t want to wait that long either. We ended up at a chain that my wife hadn’t been to yet, Black Bear Diner. While we weren’t really over dressed, most everyone else was in tennis shoes or sandals. I only saw one woman in some flat heeled ankle boots. I did get a couple of looks at my heels, but no one seemed to laugh, make comments, etc., which again I consider a win. This was also a first as I finally found a woman’s top that my wife and I both liked. It is a ‘football style’ t-shirt from Old Navy. I’ll talk about getting it in another thread. Here are a couple of pictures.
  50. 1 point
    Last night wasn’t anything super interesting, although I did convince myself to wear my Aldo ankle boots. They are a size 40 and definitely not a perfect fit, but for the small amount of scrunched toes, they were comfortable to walk around in. I normally shy away from stilettos but they weren’t horrible to try and maneuver. Haven’t decided for tonight and time is running out lol!

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