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  1. Went out for my first adventure to a department store. was nervous and was walking around the aisles dodging people. then got the courage and went to the open area and up the escalators. nobody said anything or even really notice except one lady who I noticed followed me for a bit I did a u turn and saw she was filming me. so I said to her if its easier I can just stand still so you can take a photo. she mumbled something about she wasn't taking a photo but I could clearly see her holding the camera up at me and with the video screen on. haha anywho was a fun thrilling day out.
    11 points
  2. 5" heels again from Asos
    7 points
  3. My boots from my quick little trip to the hardware store last weekend!
    7 points
  4. My phone is on its way out, so the pictures aren't the best. But, the levis 512s seem to fit inside those thrift store ankle boots pretty well. Can't wait to get home and pick up my new nine west knee boots! Have enjoyed wearing the levis tucked inside going to Home Depot and Lowes.
    6 points
  5. Sorry guys I love vintage bikes also, but I only have my new wedges to share with you! 😃 https://www.casimages.com/i/22053102573422178917910101.jpg.html High but very comfortable!
    6 points
  6. Heels for ants. Views for giants. Positano, Italy. I've recently taken a liking to Carel France. Handmade in Italy, France or Spain. The quality is superb. The girls love them too.
    5 points
  7. 5 points
  8. What is with these people making videos about men wearing high heel shoes ? They make a BIG deal about wearing heels for an hour or two, or a day on the street or where ever. In there male experiment of wearing heels, They put on the wrong size of heels and then walk for an hour over uneven ground or gravel then bitch or complain about bleeding feet or sore leg muscles . Also, What about the selfless "A" Holes who go to the ' Walk a mile in her shoes ' events . All they want to do is try on provided high heel shoes to find out what it is like to wear high heels with out any commitment . Then they sit around and giggle or laugh like a bunch little girls .I feel they do not care that the event is for victims of sexual abuse .If men want to wear high heels , be man enough to purchase your own high heels and wear them every day . Example, Merk Bryan of Germany or Ashley Maxwell-Lam of Australia or Michael Johnson of Ohio U.S.A. If any of you have anything to add please do so- make a comment. Keep your heels and standerds high . Mike
    5 points
  9. Don-pebblesf : I thought you said you were coming here to try-on some of my stiletto high heels once you retire .In future days you could get a part time job with TSA wearing high heels while on the job . Maybe we could both get a job with TSA and become the most beloved-famous high heel baggage handlers in the country . They could call us the airport stiletto team . Mike Keep your heels and standerds high .
    5 points
  10. I found these ankle boots in the local thrift store today. I was there looking for some women's jeans that might fit tighter, found a pair but there is no dressing room so won't know how the fit until I get home. These boots were waiting for me though, I wish they had pointed toes but oh well. I do love the block heels, they fit perfectly (for once), and are super easy to walk in. They look like leather, but I don't think they are. That's OK, can't complain for $20. I will enjoy them in vegas this weekend, hopefully the women's levis will fit properly. Finally figured out how to convert men's waist sizes to women's, so I guess I wear women's size 11-12 jeans. The last picture is of me waiting at the post office to inquire about a lost package, two of the postal workers complimented me, so I will consider this purchase a success.
    5 points
  11. 'Morning! It's been a while. Busy life. Been progressing in my heeling, about once a week for a few hours is all I can manage. With the warmer weather I've been focusing on mini skirts, easier to style, and still love them. They're also easier to figure out how to actually wear without interrupting the peace at home. Skirts have become a quick favourite, I'm surprised how quick. I've lost all anxiety in wearing them out, I've gone shopping for skirts wearing skirts countless times now. Buying heels while wearing heels has still causing some anxiety interestingly. Anyway, this is not a story about anxiety. I'm still mulling over a recent trip. Weather was good, and I got it into my head that I really want to wear one of my pumps, a 4" matte black pair. Nothing fancy, but super comfortable. Weather is too good for pants, and I was experimenting at home, trying on different skirt combinations with shoes/heels, and found one I absolutely loved. Black mini-skirt with 3-4 pleats in it, plus the 4" black pumps, plus a white shirt (in-between dress shirt and t-shirt). Loved it. I **really** wanted to wear that. Could I? My hidden heels are not so hidden when wearing a mini-skirt. I figured I would compromise a bit first. I grabbed my 4" combat boots and 4" pumps, and headed out. First I stopped by a mall, and wore my 4" boots to test things out. Parked, walked into a near-by store I wanted to check out. I figured I'll see how this goes. Spent 20 minutes wandering and checking out some cloths. No anxiety, no stares, nothing. So I said, what the heck, and headed to the other end of the mall where I wanted to buy a specific skirt. Walked in. First employee I came across commented that she loved my shoes. I thanked her. Then spent at least 30 minutes looking at stuff, trying on a few things, and buying what I came for, plus a bit more. Then walked around the mall and got back to the car. At this point this was my 4th (I think) compliment on my shoes *ever*. Thought this is going well... In the car swapped over to the pumps, and drove to a large thrift store. While I have previously sat in the car sometimes for 10-15 minutes dealing with anxiety, this time I got out and just walked in. I have never worn a skirt with pumps out before. It's obvious I'm a guy, and I'm not trying to pretend otherwise. It was sooo comfortable. I felt *good*! I walked around, checked out the shoes and the skirts. No skirts to buy this time, but noticed a pair of ankle boots in my size. The front looks like cowboy boots, interesting. Pick it up,it's a 4.5" stiletto heel, even better! Looks perfect! $30. Then I notice the $200 original sticker on the bottom! Brand spanking new. As I'm checking out the shoes, this lady stops and tells me that I walk perfectly in the heels, and how she used to wear them but not anymore. I was a little surprised, so am not sure what I responded (but it was pleasant). But two compliments in a single day, never happened. I ended up buying the heels. The boot is super comfortable, brand new, and I just love it. So this is why I kept my heels hidden? "this" being no reason at all. It's all in my head.
    4 points
  12. Slow time in the heel world. This week I was exiting the post office when this woman and I approach the exit door at about the same time. I let her go first. As we both went to our cars (we parked close to each other) I jokingly said “I was just letting you hold the door open for me, ha ha.” “Oh, when I saw your high heels, I thought you might need help with the door.” We chatted about heels for another minute and got into our respective cars and drove off. BUT next week I will go back to working in-person, the first time since March 2020, so more heeling stories might happen.
    4 points
  13. You can see the colour of the heels in this better lit picture
    4 points
  14. 4 inches rise is still comfortable for me, but not far to my limit to walk easily. @Mlroseplant, I mainly agree with you. The day I purchased those wedges was sunny but not so warm, this explains the jacket and the scarf. Wedges are less elegant than heeled sandals, but far more easy to walk on cobblestone, and we are used to have a lot of streets here in France with irregular ground. I had some heels nearly destroyed by cobblestone! For sure, I prefer the look of true sandal, like but I like also to have the choice
    4 points
  15. Probably needs a dressier shirt when mixing pumps and tights.
    4 points
  16. WARNING: OFF TOPIC POST. SUE ME. It's a '72 T350 Suzi, actual displacement 315cc. I bought it about 10 years ago because I was under the delusion that I was into a project bike. To answer your question, it is completely unrestored, the chrome you see is really in that good shape, the paint is fair but all there, the saddle is original, that's the whole reason why I bought the bike. It's a really well preserved, cosmetically, example of a 2 stroke street bike. It's just something that you don't see anymore, and I suppose I've always been attracted to that. When I got the bike, the motor was seized. I bought it from somebody who also thought he wanted a project bike, but then gave up on it. He never did anything to it, including bothering to register it in his own name. As a result, I had to do some semi-shady stuff to get it titled in my name. I doubt anybody is going to make a fuss over a $600 vehicle after all this time. The extent of the work I did on it was to order what cosmetic stuff it needed and was available, chiefly a new taillight lens and mirrors. I also remember getting some new seals, and a set of piston rings to remedy the seized engine. After a week long soak in Berryman's and some mild violence, I finally got the pistons to come loose, put the engine back together, and that's about as far as I got with it. It sat for a long time, leaking oil and gas on my garage floor. I'd turn it over every once in a while, and put new kitty litter underneath it. Was looking to sell it to the next pretender. 10 years went by, actually 12, and my younger son grew from a baby into a pre-teen. From an early age, he showed mechanical aptitude, and a keen interest in all things old. A couple of years ago, he took up the project. I didn't really take him seriously, but I came home one day from work, and he had the silly thing running. It didn't run very well, and it leaked gas and oil all over the place, but it was more than I was able to accomplish. To make a long story less long, over the last two years, my now 13 year old son, who evidently is a parts finding genius, has kept banging away at everything that was/is wrong with this silly motorbike, which was considerably more than I ever imagined when I bought it. At its worst, this involved a complete engine/transmission teardown. I don't even want to think about how much money I've spent on this machine, but it's now to the point where it's roadworthy enough that I sprung for new tires. Of course, on our first highway trip, while we were 15 miles from home, the thing vibrated something apart, and we lost the ability to operate the clutch, which resulted in some. . . interesting riding techniques to make it back home. Luckily, I was not wearing heels at the time. Supposedly, that problem is fixed. I have not tested this out for myself, as this is the very next morning after as I write this. I can't imagine it will ever be a serious mode of transportation. At its best, it is a loud, coarse, finicky machine, and was when it was new. But it IS a lot of fun to ride, and gets people's attention in a good way. That was maybe way more of an answer than you wanted. And now. . . back to our regularly scheduled program!
    4 points
  17. I also, am going to bring out a pair from the back of the closet. Or more accurately, the bottom shelf, since my shoes don't fit in a closet. I'm reaching way back to 2016, when I was into Michael Kors. I probably had at least a dozen Michael Kors shoes at one time. Today, I have two. The reason is not because I grew tired of them, they are still really nice designs, but they all broke in one way or another. This is one of the two pair I have left that has not broken, This model is called Oksana, and believe it's a model probably from 2013 or 14 or something like that, because by the time I bought them, they were at a pretty good discount. I used to have two pairs, this one in tan, and another pair in black. One of the reasons they have lasted over 6 years is probably because I haven't worn them that much. The now defunct black pair I wore quite a bit, but the shank bent on that pair. For some reason, the black pair had 5 1/8" heels, whereas this tan pair has full 5 1/2" heels. Why there was so much variation in the same model of shoe I have no idea, but these tan ones are noticeably steeper. With a 1" platform, that puts them right at the top of the range I can walk naturally, which is probably why the black ones got worn a lot more. Plus, at the time I rarely wore any shoe that wasn't black anyhow. Times have changed. The only other thing to note about these sandals, other than their simple design, is that the heels themselves do not neatly fall into a category, as we've talked about elsewhere. Measuring 7/16" (11mm) in both transverse and longitudinal directions, they are probably ever so slightly too thick to be called stilettos, though their general shape and feel definitely makes them close cousins with the stiletto. As far as how easy they are to live with, I wore them for about 7 hours straight on Sunday, which is not bad considering I hadn't worn them for several years. The leather was slightly dried out, but nothing that a little TLC couldn't fix. The 7 hours was probably 50% sitting, 40% standing, and 10% walking, or at least moving around. I did not experience any real discomfort during that time, except when I tried to ride my motorbike. I did finally get the hang of it, but I won't be doing that again. If it's a scooter, that's a different story altogether. My final thoughts about these sandals are that they are theoretically near the top of my favorites list, but a couple of things keep them on the shelf. One is the height. They are just a little bit too tall for everyday use, and I think that goes for the look also. I don't think I'd wear them with more casual clothes, but I have been known to change my mind. Two is that they just don't feel that sturdy when walking. They suffer from the same problem that every other Michael Kors I've ever owned suffers from. I think if pressed into hard use, that they're going to eventually break, just like the other ones did. However, I did enjoy wearing them again after all these years.
    4 points
  18. I have seen a few of your videos they are great 😊
    4 points
  19. The wedgie sandals shown are are by Steve Madden, the style is Drill, if I remember correctly. They are about 10 years old, and I wore them a lot. They got lost in the back of my closet and I sort of forgot about them until I saw these posts about Madden shoes. These sandals are well made, and are my only pair of Madden shoes that I own. I have looked since and Madden has not had any sandals that I like in my size. If the quality has deteriorated, that is a shame. Red china production maybe? As for these sandals they are comfortable to wear, with lots of cushion in the insole. Being a wedgie shoe they are stable, easily slip on and off, and I have gotten a few compliments. The wife never got a pair but my niece had a pair, we never wore them together, but we used to joke about our matching sandals. Now that I have rediscovered them, they will get a spot in the shoe wearing rotation this summer! Enjoy your sandals!! sf
    4 points
  20. We can only hope. We need more stories, and I'm a pretty boring guy, I can only provide so many. 😆
    3 points
  21. Bow legged is natural, not much you can do about it. I'm the same. In my case its my left leg that wears heels faster. Eventually after enough heel tap replacements my shoe itself won't stand up as the heel will be twisted outward at the top, i.e. the heel tip is inside of center. Once that happens I consider the shoes to be worn out. Takes a lot of wear so it just is.
    3 points
  22. A different way of doing shorts and boots today:
    3 points
  23. It's about virtue signaling. It's not about making sense, or be productive, or actually solve any problems, it's about peacocking to the world what good moral human being that you are. To these clowns heels are something that dragqueens, thus gays and Alphabet people wear, so to them its about showing their support to the Alphabet brigade. Nothing to do with us. Hell, since we are normal dudes, who just like to wear heels, we can probably drop dead as far as they they are concerned. This was why I said when the first mainstream videos and articles about men in heels showed up that we should stay the hell away from these people. These are crazies that you do not want in your community as they will tear it down for their own politics. Just stay away and try to not get noticed. I'm a huge sci-fi nerd and all the major sci-fi franchises and their fanbases have been destroyed and torn up by them. Pray that they will never notice us.
    3 points
  24. All, Had to watch video and read entire thread to get the whole perspective. What follows is my observation based upon 31 years in immigration as a border patrol agent, an inspector at a land border crossing and 16 years at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport some of which was as a supervisor. Nearly all countries recognize their borders, airports and seaports as unique zones where the government has exclusive authority to conduct border security which includes examination of passengers and baggage. It’s known as “border search authority “ and, in the USA, is contained in INA Sec 235.1. Whilst passengers are owed professionalism in the exercise of border inspections they are NOT given a pass if they slap, obstruct, or assault bystanders in a border area. I have been in some 40 countries and went to Poland twice on official business. Poland arose from the yoke of Communism to become a thoughtful and model democracy of some 38 million people. The country is clean, secure, and filled with people who love freedom and are tough as nails under adversity. That guy wasn’t knocked down because he was wearing heels rather because he assaulted a federal officer. It is standard law enforcement procedure for anyone assaulting an officer to be taken to the ground. Many members have related their stories wearing heels while flying or crossing borders and never had a problem. They weren’t harassed for their footwear. They also didn’t slap anyone. Borders are serious places. Places such as Ben Gurion Airport, the Turkey-Syria border, Moscow’s Sheremeteva Airport, and Heathrow Airport are some I can remember outside the US where it looks serious and is serious. All borders should be taken seriously whether you think so. This guy, yes those heels are amazing, didn’t take it seriously and suffered the consequence. That’s my opinion based upon a career which I retired from in 2018. But I still cross borders! HappyinHeels
    3 points
  25. It's easy to blame the heels but people that don't wear heels miss steps and fall too, it literally happens to everyone that walks. Glad you are ok!
    2 points
  26. Although I wear heels almost all the time, the number of interactions has been minimal. I still get a stare now and again, like at the airport last week, a woman in line at an outside baggage drop off gave me an open mouth stare while I was unloading my friend's bags at drop off. When I caught her, she quickly turned the other way. And today a women commented on my heels as I was walking into the farmers market..."wow those are some high heels." But these are only minimal interactions. Like at my nail salon, I'm a regular and I'm expected to come in high heels, so no heel interaction. 6 weeks of in-person then back to on-line through December. Hopefully more interaction stories.
    2 points
  27. You are less than accurate about that. No one wears the heels you sport. Not even me. Only on Instagram. 🤣
    2 points
  28. Being more comfortable in your heels reduces your own alertness. I used to know all around me but as I have become more comfortable I have become less aware of my surroundings. My guess, people are still taking pictures, you're just not on to them. For me that's fine. I know I'm the odd character, even most women don't wear the heels I sport and not nearly as frequently.
    2 points
  29. I do it all the time, never an issue even empowered to some degree.
    2 points
  30. Ok, so it's not just me, bow leggedness is harder to overcome with higher heels. I've always felt that this is so, but I can't figure out a good reason to explain it. I wound up taking a number of videos over the weekend, some in 3" effective heels, some in 3 3/4", and some in 4 1/4". And yeah, in the 4 1/4", I cannot physically pull my knees together when standing. If I want to give that appearance, I have to cheat and put my feet in something akin to Third Position in ballet. Despite being bow legged, I do not have a tendency toward supination. My heels, whether on flat shoes or elevated ones, wear out evenly. My feet also naturally point straight forward when I walk. One thing that I have noticed in the last 10 years is that my work boots last a lot longer than they used to. I used to be a heel dragger, but not any more! And yes, @Pierre1961, I think we do pay a lot more attention to the physical act of walking than do most women. And to be fair to ourselves, most women are pretty bad at it. I keep threatening to make an instructional video one of these days, and perhaps I've finally gotten off my keester and taken the first steps (pun intended) toward that end. In this day and age, there are so many videos and articles out there, and a lot of them are terrible. Some of them are pretty good, but I have yet to see one that truly explains what it takes to have an attractive walk.
    2 points
  31. 2 points
  32. a/I am more or less the same. b/ the problem increases with the heel height c/ a thicker inside insole ( walk fit platinum works for me ) helps . initiating the leg movement from the hips makes the bow legs figure less obvious The funny thing is we,mem,gives much more cerebral care to the way we walk than most women.
    2 points
  33. Yeah I felt like I was fighting the high noon sun. Usually standing in the open sun provides the best light, but when it comes from straight above nothing seemed to work.
    2 points
  34. Agreed, mostly it's in fun. Not many women really wear heels regularly so obviously even less men. The videos Mike is taking about are all over you tube and other locations. They aren't much different than other trivial oddity look at me videos. Red pumps, I got great compliments on mine Monday.
    2 points
  35. None of this bothers me too much. I'm kind of wondering where they came up with the red pumps logo, though. I'm trying to remember the last time I saw a woman wearing red pumps that were not part of a flight attendant uniform. I'm not coming up with much.
    2 points
  36. What initially caught my eye with your post were the sandals - nice - then the bike. Nice times two. I figured it was an early 70's vintage model. Your experience is similar to mine except that I have owned my 1970 Yamaha 175 Enduro since it was brand new. It is a survivor, has never been stored outside and is in pretty nice shape, but has not run in 20+ years. I hope to get it going some day, would be fun to ride it around town, maybe even in heels - ha ha. I would post a pic, except the bike is in pieces right now. Here is a pic of an exact duplicate for reference. I love that 2 stroke "ring ding" engine sound. My kids are all growed up, so I work on it solo. Keeps me off the streets and out of jail. Enjoy your scoot as well as your sandals! smile sf PS Since I started this thread , permission is granted to go off topic whenever desired or necessary.... double smile...
    2 points
  37. Hello All. Just wanted to give an update. First surgery was 5/3/2022. It was enlarging the nerve paths to the legs. Two days later the disk actually collapsed. This increased the pain level. Second surgery was 5/18. They inserted devices starting at the pelvis and up the spine to just below waist level. Then wrapped the spine in a type of plastic/nylon/silicon/? mesh and screwed everything in place. Today was my post-op visit to have 29 staples removed and meeting with the surgeon. One of his most difficult procedures. In just 2 weeks; I am walking without support devices and almost normal. Surgery was described as a success. I have not tried HEELS yet and probably won't for at least a few months. 98% of the leg pain is gone at this time. Still have surgical site pain but that is expected to go away as the healing progresses. Thank You all for your good wishes. Will let you all know when I put on my Jessica Simpson heels.
    2 points
  38. The best money you will ever spend! Having your son break away from the usual social media distractions and discover something really fun to do is great, especially if you guys can spend time together on this project. Good for you! Once it is done, please post some pics of you riding this beast in your best biker heels!
    2 points
  39. That bike is a metaphor for us buddy. Looks pretty good until you get closer. Age is catching up on us. The heels help keep us young.
    2 points
  40. 5" stiletto boots for me usually
    2 points
  41. Imho, they are far better candidates to be called 'stilettos' than many others seen advertised as such. Nice sandals anyway.
    2 points
  42. I size them by hip size, although my waist is pretty close too. They ride right above the hips so IMO waist measurement is senseless. They fit snug almost to the ankles. The ankles have a bit of room and I am glad they do or I would never get them off! I buy Levi's 710 jeans on Amazon. Amazon Levis 710 If you have thick legs and narrow hips you probably will not get them on! I am fairly slim. I buy a size 7 or 29 and wear a 29" waist in men's jeans. My legs are not very thick. When I buy women's thigh or knee boots they often fit loose. It is tough to wear a size 10 women's boot when they size the leg for the typical woman with a size 10 foot.
    2 points
  43. For quite a few years now I've enjoyed a daily correspondence with @meganiwish We chatted about this and that, like neighbours over a back fence - the minutiae of daily life, cooking, baking, books, movies, TV shows, politics, Bexit, Covid, reminisces of childhood, the state of the world, you name it. When I say daily, I literally mean daily, and for years - more than 5000 letters in all, some fairly brief, others quite long. Although she lived in my town, I never met her - it was a pen-pal relationship that over time grew into a very close friendship on both sides; speaking for myself, I felt as though I were writing to a favourite cousin. Sitting down to write Megan was an important part of my day, and I always looked forward to receiving her letters as well when I fired up my laptop each morning - we kept different hours, she and I; she was a night owl, and I was up very early. I knew she lived alone. I knew she had a heart condition. One morning, after a week during which her letters had been uncharacteristically brief because she'd been feeling poorly, there was no letter. Alarmed because she really hadn't sounded at all good in her last communique - just a few garbled words, I had already been trying everything I could to locate her, but because we'd always maintained that distance - the very distance that allowed the friendship to prosper as it had - I couldn't get an address, or contact any family, or send any help. I could only log on each day, hope for word. None ever came. Last week one of her children contacted me through this forum - they knew about our friendship - and informed me that Megan had died, alone in her flat, probably very shortly after sending me the last note, and that she was found some days later. I feel utterly sick about it. Ours was an unusual friendship to be sure but it meant a great deal to me - more than I realised at the time; writing to Megan every day for seven years had become so much a part of my life I couldn't imagine anything else. And now there is this aching gap in my world. She was wittty, urbane, extraordinarily intelligent, with a delightful turn of phrase - truly a world-class writer and social observer. In a just world she would have been a prominent essayist and columnist. I miss her terribly. And so I am going to be taking a break from here for a while - at the moment it's too painful to log in and not see the little red dot on the message icon. I just wanted to unburden myself, tell somebody about this remarkable friendship and my own sense of loss. It has been cathartic writing it at any rate.
    2 points
  44. Do you want tight jeans? Levis 710 Super Skinny, tight to the ankle, mid rise. I have a couple pairs.
    2 points
  45. Well, crap, I thought I was in the "new shoes" thread! Getting old is a bitch!
    2 points
  46. I have a nominal 30" waist, though the actual measurement is 31-ish. I pretty consistently wear size 4. Or size 27, if you go off a different scale. Except when I don't. Every once in a while, size 4 will not button up, but size 6 is usually way too big. I can occasionally wear juniors, anywhere from size 3 to size 7 (size 7 requires a belt for sure). With pretty much everything, I have to have it hemmed.
    2 points
  47. I wear Levi's, Express, and a few other brands of jeans. Sizing is inconsistent because of many things. How flexible are the jeans? Are they "curvy"? Levi' come in width and length, others in only petite, regular, long fixed lengths. I have some Hyper-flex jeans from Express in "M" that are a range of sizes. I have many size 10 and one size 8. And then you have the rise: low, mid, high, sky high, ... The best thing to do is to go try on different sizes and styles. I not saying go try and buy, but go find what fits so you know what to look for. Go to a Levi's store and try on as many as you like. The staff is use to men trying on women's jeans as well as women trying on men's jeans. Go to other brick and mortar places and try jeans on. But most importantly, have fun.
    2 points
  48. I switched to wearing only women shoes in 2011. Haven't purchase "men's" shoes since. After my last ankle reconstruction, I determine the major reasons for my ankle issues was my foot really didn't fit men's shoes. My foot shape fits so much better in shoes designed for a women's foot. No ankle issues since then. But I am very lucky that I'm mostly a U.S. women's size 10. I enjoy in-person shoe shopping, since I can try on shoes and decide right there and then if they fit, but I purchase maybe 40% on line. I have about a 60% luck with on-line purchases. And I only buy new shoes. When I first started purchasing heels higher than 3 inches I would hide them under long pants. I never thought I would be wearing knee high stiletto boots over my skinny jeans. Since then I have embraced the fact that I NEED to wear shoes with at least a 3.75 inch rise, so I no longer hide them, but proudly display them. I have never found a pump that fits my foot, so I don't even look at them any more.
    2 points
  49. A lot of women have complimented my pedicure. When they compliment my pedicure, I always ask them about the red color that I usually wear (OPI Big Apple Red). They all seem to love this color and many of them proceed to tell me that if you are going to have painted toenails, they should be "RED". They tell me that red goes with any color sandal and that it is a timeless classic color that can be worn with anything on any occasion. Also many of them tell me that you just can't go wrong with red toenails. All of these women can't be wrong. I have tried other colors in the past, but always go back to red. When I'm having a bad day, it really cheers me up to look down and see ten perfectly pedicured sassy red toenails shining in the sunlight. Here is an interesting article about red toenail polish that attempts to prove that is is the most popular toenail color. https://whyevolutionistrue.com/2016/07/02/why-is-red-nail-polish-so-popular/ Here is a YouTube video about men that getting an OPI manicure with colored polish. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JssKGxhiR2c Jamie
    2 points
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