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  1. 19 points
    Well I do sometimes wear heels to the office. Generally tend to cover them with long bootcut or flared trousers so they are not too obvious, but definitely still visible. Recently been busy carrying out defects inspections at a new Hotel. 150 rooms to inspect in heels takes it out of you, but has been an interesting conversation piece with some of the housekeeping staff and definitely made such a boring task slightly more interesting.
  2. 18 points
    Hi everyone, As a male heel lover since my teenage years and dealing with lack of support in many long time relationships, I’m finally in peace! For two years my amazing girlfriend is more than a big supporter, she loves my heel wearing and makes sure its not something that will be stuck in boxes or in hidden places. This picture is from a nightclub last weekend. She bought us two pairs of the exactly same heels... from onlymaker. Hope you like it.
  3. 17 points
    This is pretty bold fashion, with the white and black, but I did wear the boots to a dermatologist appointment with two interesting comments. First, as I was entering the Doctor's office through underground parking, I noted a woman looking my direction as she got into her car. Before I made it to the entrance, she had turned her car around to pull up along side me and said something through the car window. I didn't quite make out what she said and I swirled around on my heeled-white-booties to ask, "What's that?" She then repeated, "You look fabulous!" I thanked her profusely and headed into my appointment. In the dermatologist's office there were a few female helpers and interns all crowded around my chair during the simple treatment on my forehead. Just as we were finishing the dermatologist said "Your boots remind me of my new Tesla." I said, "In what way?" He replied, "All of the seating is in white leather" "Cool", I said. The boots are a size 11, inexpensive footwear from Charlotte Russe, paired with ankle pants and Keith Haring T-shirt from, both from Uniglo and blazer from H&M, all male attire.
  4. 17 points
    How about this, my 5,9 inch ( 15cm ) Pleaser Patent Ankel Boots . or those, my 12cm Pleaser Ankle Boots, a little bit easier to handle outdoor than the other 's . I put a metall tip under the heel, so they are loud as hell on concrete ....
  5. 17 points
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    Apologies for not following the conversation, but I just had to show off my latest boots. Lk Bennett black leather with a zip up the back
  7. 16 points
    It took a little while to get approved, but now I am here. I have had a love of heels and stockings as long as I can remember. However, I hadn't worn them until the past few years when I found that a friend had the same size shoe as myself. I tried hers on and have progressively become more bold. It started mailordering shoes and boots and wearing them in private. I took it to another level by going to thrift stores and trying them on as quickly as possible and occasionally wearing them while I drive. I've since gone to larger shoe stores and department stores to try them on and while I still try them on while no one is around, I'm less concerned about wearing them while another shopper or associate comes down the aisle. Getting caught wearing them the few times has never garnered a bad reaction so far, so it empowers me to be a little more open each time. I've taken to finding more secluded public places to walk around a bit, but only twice have I specifically walked into a store knowing full well people may notice. The set attached are from a visit to a local park, there were a few people walking around.. but not really near me. At first I bought these on a whim without trying them on at a Charlotte Russe store, the only time I have purchased shoes with the help of a worker and wasn't sure if I would like them. However they are very comfortable to walk in. I thank those of you that have shared previously, as you have all helped me along with my journey. In fact, my approval to this board has inspired me to get up and get out as soon as I am done posting.
  8. 16 points
    I popped into a branch of McDonald's the other day wearing some black over the knee boots with 4" heels and gold buckles worn over grey sprayed on denim jeggins, after ordering food i sat down to tuck into my quarter pounder with cheese and large fries. As i was eating i noticed a woman about a similar age to me (mid 50's) sat the other side of the aisle, she couldn't take her eyes off me and whenever i looked back at her she kept giving me a big friendly smile. After about 20 minutes she walked to the dustbin behind me then still with a drink in her hand turned to me and said "i hope you don't think I'm cheeky but would you mind if I joined you" I told she was welcome and to take a seat, she complimented me on my boots and apologised for constantly staring at me, she also asked me about how I felt about wearing such boots on full show in public, i told her that i had been wearing heels and boots for so long now that i never really think twice about it. At this stage I was wondering who she actually was and why the interest in me. She apologised again and explained that she has a husband who also enjoys wearing heels, she said he only ever wears them at home and has never considered venturing out in them, they both considered it totally inconceivable that a man could even think about going out in heels whilst keeping their male identity, and here she was looking at me as bold as brass in otk boots without a care in the world. We chatted for about an hour and she was looking for advice on how she could get her husband to be a bit more adventurous with his heeling, i said maybe they could go out together both wearing heels to possibly take some of the attention off of him to which she thought that might be a good idea, eventually we had to say goodbye and regrettably i never thought to exchange numbers to keep in touch. I may never know how he progressed in heels but i will definitely keep popping into that particular branch of McDonald's in the hope of meeting her or even them together again
  9. 15 points
    I recently wore this exact outfit to the eye doctor, a diminutive but stylish woman, who couldn't be over 5 feet in height. She said, "Oh you shouldn't wear heels around me. I tell my 5'10" husband to always wear flats!" The comment made me wonder what her husband's non-flats were exactly. These are inexpensive boots from Forever 21., but fun for a lark.
  10. 15 points
    Just taken delivery of some Onlymaker 5" nude heels from Amazon. Size 9, heel measures 13cm.
  11. 15 points
    OK, let me try to upload some pictures here, instead of to any of my "albums": In any event, I got these nine west boots at the local thrift store a few weeks back. Size 12s, a little loose, but OK. The leather is very soft, and they are easy to walk in, have logged a few miles in them so far. Sorry, the photo quality isn't great, need a lighter back ground.
  12. 15 points
    I just received my last purshase, boots from gianrico mori boots, in white. 16 cm off heels, size eu 44. they are the same i have in black; i am so happy
  13. 15 points
    Some new boots from le Silla. And again casadei my personal favorite
  14. 14 points
    It's been about 10 years since I've posted a picture to HHPlace. I've read and rarely made a comment, but for some reason I decided to shoot some photos. I found my old thread. But it's so old, it's been closed to comments. I don't any of those shoes anymore. I tend to change them out as fashion and my tastes progress. I bought some Jessica Simpson pumps at Nordstrom recently and wore them a number of places, including breakfast and lunch a couple fast casual restaurants and shopping at the mall between. Went into Dillards department store and checked out the shoe department. No comments from anybody this time and hardly any notice at all. I think that if your clothes are fashionably appropriate, you don't really look unnatural, despite the incongruity. I think that may account for the lack of notice and comments. As I was exciting the restaurant, I glanced at my reflection in the window as I strode to my car, much like the pose here.
  15. 14 points
    Ysl Tribtoo boots. So sexy omg I love them :D. Expensive but so worth it
  16. 14 points
    Got bored and went for a morning walk in my Pleaser Domina stiletto boots. Only got at least one or two stares but nobody really bothered. Feel pretty vindicated and might do it again next week or next year.
  17. 14 points
    As promised here are two pictures of what I wore last week in Toronto I chose the chunky lace up boots for walking up to the exhibition place,from the Westin Harbour. 45 minutes the other outfit was for the travel. 2 days ago I was in Paris wearing these same chunky front lace up boots and as I was waiting in a fedex agency I had the pleasure to hear a young girl tell me’ I love your boots!’ So: one positive comment,no negative one. Pierre
  18. 14 points
    I got some new pumps and I was kinda feeling myself, so I wanted to share. Pictures are kinda bad quality, and my face is kinda awkward, but you get the drift. Wife told me that the plaid shirt made me look like forest gump in high heels. lmao!!! Anyway, hope you like the outfits...and the dog!
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    This pair is one of my girlie pairs. Have some pink and purple pairs too but I think bows define "girlie" quite well. If they were pink or fushia probably would have put them "over the top". I will definitely agree that the butterfly heels define "girlie" and would be seen on a Disney Princess in the movies.
  21. 14 points
    Hello one and all. I am a new member and was introduced to the website by my current boyfriend. Who had recently came out to me about his fascination with heels. The news was not hard to accept, for my very own stepfather, has the same hobby. And made me realize that this is not a bad thing. But a new normal. That there are many men out there like themselves, who are struggling to find a healthy balance and not be judged or shamed. I admire him for his courage and honesty. The strength it took for him to tell another person, has made me respect him even more so. I accept him for who he is. Heels and all. And if this is what makes him happy and feel himself...I am 100% supportive. Our relationship has grown tremendously with our honesty. If there are other women or men out there who are like us. Please feel free to comment and give us your feedback, support and love. Thank you for your time...look forward to hearing from everyone.
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  23. 14 points
    My 1,000th post. Wow, it only took 15 ½ years.. When I “stumbled” across this site in 2002, I was elated to find someplace where like-minded folks could gather and exchange ideas. And it has been a wonderful experience. I am a straight, married guy with kids who, for my entire life, has always liked ladies shoes and sandals. And to this day, I still do not know why, but I just do. I knew that there had to be at least one other guy out “there” that felt as I do, and the discovery of this site allowed me to realize that I was not alone. As a teen and young man I wore gals flats, but in 1996 I “jumped the shark” and got hooked on high heels. Being out in public in ladies high heels was, to say the least nerve wracking, but with the support of an understanding and loving wife, coupled with the interaction at this site has made my venture into high heels an enjoyable experience. Looking back, I hope some of my posts expressing my experiences, frustrations and successes in wearing high heels has been helpful, and maybe even entertaining to some. I don’t claim to be an expert; and I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I am very happy that I have found this site and been allowed to contribute over all these years! Thank you... Take care all, enjoy your high heels, wear them proudly – I know I do!! sf
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  26. 14 points
    Can any of our American friends identify the name of these Nine West beauties? Thanks
  27. 14 points
    So I have been reading all of the comments about wearing heels in public and how to do it and what to wear. I have been going to some low end box stores and wearing really long pants to hind my pumps. I really like to wear very thin stilettos. I feel the pants mostly hide them and I avoid people the best I can in the store and then make a dash for the door when it is clear. Look at my phone and go about my business. So this has been working, no confrontations or anything, not even sure if anyone notices. They sure do make a lot of noise as all of these stores have tile floors. So yesterday I went into a place that I have been to a few times. This time I have new black pants that come down perfectly to the bottom of my shoes. I decided to wear my Black Platform heels. They are rounded toe and very easy to walk in. I have attached photos. So I go in and have to walk by a greeter and I go to the shoe section to see if there is anything I can by for myself or my girlfriend. I have two ladies come by me and look at shoes and make conversation. I didn't thing anything of it, I did find a great pair of heels for my girlfriend and went and bought them. As I was leaving the greeter stopped me and shook my hand, he told me I had everyone in the store checking out my shoes. I didn't know what to say, I just shook his hand and said "thank you". The lady that was looking at shoes with me just said have a good day as I walked by her. Thinking back I wish I would have asked him to elaborate a little more. Was it a good think or a bad thing in their mind? I would love to know what they were thinking. Was I a really weird guy or just that I had crazy high heels on and I am a guy?? Any thoughts from you all? Have you been confronted? I have a few friends that know I do this and they have told me who cares what people think, just do your thing. It was a great feeling to say the least but left me wondering more. Your thoughts...
  28. 14 points
    Hi there. These are the first pictures I have posted of me in my heels. They are a new pair of above the knee, lace up Stiletto Boots with a tiny hidden platform. With a leather skirt and wide belt, its all leather from waist to floor ! A first try, I look forward to more. Have fun. JS
  29. 14 points
    Never say never. If the girls can do it, so can we.
  30. 14 points
    So, I decided to get a black pair from Skyscrapers heels to go along with my red pair. Unfortunately they sent pointy toe when I'd ordered round toe. They quickly offered to let me keep this pair while they have a round toe pair made. I like that kind of service! I figured it would be a show of good will to order a pair they had on clearance. Zip up ankle boots will be easier to throw on then the thigh boots for practicing in 5.5" heels.
  31. 13 points
    That’s my first real business trip since the lockdown is over. First flight. Not as fun as before. Here are some pics one at the beginning of the day with 14 cm Chelsea boots. Plus a closer shot on the boots then my dinner outfit with 15,5 cm Oxford. And a closer shot again. Was alone but not feeling lonely. Of course a “ heel buddy” would have been welcome pierre.
  32. 13 points
    These Aldo boots are a couple years old, but I like them. Size 11. I can wear them around my wife, which is a plus. I've worn them often, to the University where I teach, shopping, lunch, etc. I've received an occasional positive comment on them, from women primarily.
  33. 13 points
    These are 2 or 3 years old, another pair of Aldo, size 11, with track pants and an older photo in torn jeans. I prefer the track pants. The pink color is feminine as well as less attention-getting than dark colors. I've worn them many places, shopping at the mall, into Coach and H&M, at lunch and at a casino in Reno, Nevada, where I wore them to breakfast and checked out, dragging my luggage behind the clicking sounds. For some reason I've never had any comments on these heels.
  34. 13 points
    Courage is exactly what I wanted to test today i decided to go shopping in a great supermarket. And after in smaller frozen food shop.Both 60 km from home for security reason The courage was to wear 15 cm heels.( could be equivalent to a 5”2 for an average woman size) I never worn such a heel height publicly. It’s ok at home,but I wondered if I would be able outside. It has been a 2 hours tour and surprisingly everything has been easier than expected A little shade : the heels were partially hidden by a long pant,not a flare jean,just straight fitting. See pic Honestly said,no one seemed to noticed . Lot of fun. To be done again pierre
  35. 13 points
    Here's the outfit I put together, inspired by a photo in another thread. I went both shopping for a new TV and also went to the mall, shopping for clothes and for lunch in the food court. I felt it looked good and was confident. No one seemed to take any notice, despite the obvious display.
  36. 13 points
    Hello Today I decided to push the look a little further ( see pic) I wore these clothes and shoes for going to a self storage where I keep some not really useful things, including some pairs of shoes I had to wait for the elevator with 3 other people. They looked at me and started giggling.One guy,( the other were a man and a woman) pretend he has to go urgently to the bathroom.The reason was he wasn’t able to refrain laughing because of me Don’t even think I have been affected with that behavior. The question is:what is your opinion.I usually wear real typical men clothes plus shoes with Cuban or block heels.In general visible.But nothing more extreme or could have anyLGTB connotation So today was a test and I am just wondering if In your opinion anything is wrong Any comment will be appreciated Pierre
  37. 13 points
    Like I've mentioned in previous posts of mine, I've always struggled with finding good casual outfits to wear my heels with. A nice pair of leather pumps have the tendency to scream "formal" or "dressy". It's not particularly challenging to dress down pumps, but I'm very particular about how I want my entire silhouette to look. I'm also very particular about wanting the majority of my clothes to come from the men's department. I've kind of made it my hobby to find stylish and casual outfits that not only look good, but also come mostly from the men's department. There's still a stigma that men's clothes are boring and that you have to venture outside the men's department to find stylish clothes that compliment your high heels. Even though I find this statement to be mostly true, you can find nice clothes if you look hard enough. Please don't misinterpret this as me thinking that men should only wear "men's clothes", that's far from the truth. I'm not comfortable in women's clothes, my body proportions don't fit into them in a way that makes me feel like the clothes actually fit me. Anyway, I hope that the pictures I've been sharing demonstrate that all hope isn't lost when it comes to men's clothes. On to today's outfit. I took four different pictures to show that each layer can have its own look, and that you can layer up or down to add complexity or simplicity. I've added the brand/title you can search on Amazon to find the exact item: The Jacket: (Chouyatou Men's Casual Long Sleeve Full Zip Jacket with Shoulder Straps) Just a generic black bomber jacket I found on amazon for around $40. It's a Chinese brand I believe, but the quality was actually really good. I think it looks stylish and it has enough thickness to keep me warm during the upcoming fall months. I also really love the lining, it adds an extra little bit of detail that can be a lot of fun. The Shirt: (NankeyStar Ripped Denim Shirt for Men Short Sleeve Button Down Plaid Shirt Slim Fit) This is just a simple plaid short sleeve button up shirt. It's made of denim. It's a little too distressed for my taste, but in the end I love the way it looks and it's cut nearly perfect for my body type. You can layer different color shirts underneath to get a little pop of color through the holes on the shoulder. I even think it would be kinda fun to find some interesting patches to sew on to add a little punk rock flair to it. It's a really simple shirt with lots of potential. The Undershirt: Not much to say about this. Just a plain black v-neck t-shirt. The brand is Gildan. I prefer a v-neck to a crew neck. Not for any reason, I just like the lines of the "V". The Jeans: (Bullhead Dillon Skinny Jeans) These jeans are probably going to be impossible to find anymore. I bought them from PacSun about 6 years ago. I just checked their website and I'm not sure they even carry them anymore. Not a big deal though since men's skinny jeans are available from nearly every major clothing brand you can think of. H&M sells some really great jeans in various levels of tightness. All the way from the "spray painted on" look of super skinny jeans to a more relaxed skinny jean, they're all easy to find. The Shoes: (Sam Edelman Hazel in Spiced Mahogany Size 11) I cannot say how much I love these shoes. They're the most comfortable pumps I have ever worn. Pumps are notorious for being uncomfortable, but I think I could probably wear these shoes for an entire day and not be limping by the end of it. There's really no point of friction where blisters will happen and the leather is extremely soft. These shoes fit perfectly right out of the box. Another thing I appreciate about Sam Edelman is that they're a mainstream designer with shoe sizes all the way up to size 14 and they offer narrow and wide width shoes! This is literally the perfect pump. The only gripe I have is that they're going to set you back about $120. If you're in the market for a really nice pump you absolutely have to give these shoes a try. These shoes also come in a huge variety of colors and patterns. I bought mine from Zappos. For me the 3 3/4 inch heel is the perfect height. If you prefer something a little bit higher Sam Edelman also has the "Danna Pump". It's basically the same concept as the Hazel Pump but with a 4 1/4 inch heel. Looking on Zappos these only go up to a size 11. I think the Hazel Pump is the bread and butter of their shoe line though. Anyway, I'm really proud of this outfit. If you guys are enjoying these posts I'll keep experimenting with different styles and outfits and share them. My quest for casual is finally yielding some great results I think. When someone sees me in public and does a double take, as they inevitably will, I don't want them to think "oh look there's a guy in high heels!" I want them to think "Wow! I had no idea heels could look so normal on a guy!" Sorry I cropped out my face. My hair was kind of a mess...
  38. 13 points
    Awesome heels !!! Awesome that your BF has a matching pair. My Gf and I have many matching heels (and outfits!)not just for Halloween!!!!!
  39. 13 points
    Had to start this topic as I am over-the-moon excited and happy! The wonderful woman that I have been dating for the past six months and has been the reason I have not been on here for some time, said YES to my marriage proposal!!! She is not only beautiful, intelligent, passionate about life, and caring, she also is 100% with me on my wearing heels in public! When we talked about my heels and she told me that she was perfectly happy to be with me where ever I wished to wear heels I was stunned. I have heard from many women that say that a man should be able to wear heels, but very few would actually want to walk with you in them. She will and does!! I do not know if I am terribly lucky to have found her and her me or if we were destined to be together. All I know it is such a pleasure to be with her and to have her share my life including my heels!
  40. 13 points
    I scored these Lucky Brand Azoola knee highs (last pair) this afternoon at Macy's in Arlington. These were one of the only two styles I wanted this past fall season and I haven't seen them in my size anywhere. These are a size 10, (funny though they also are marked EUR 42 which is usually larger than a USA 10), 20" measured shaft height, 3.5" stacked leather heel. There is a stretch panel at the ankle instead of a zipper opening. There is no lining, just rough leather inside. The right boot had been tried on a few times and had scuffs, which I removed with a good polishing. The left one was pristine in the box and was tighter than heck to get on. Once on the left one was worn for about an hour. They are standing outside my closet now with shoe stretchers inside for the next few days. Here's a video from Zappos: Zappos Video of Lucky Boots
  41. 13 points
    These boots could easily go on my wish list... Not usually a fan of chocolate brown, but I'd wear these..
  42. 13 points
    Me in my western slouch boots from Next, went down to dinner with them on and even got 1 compliment, can't be bad eh
  43. 13 points
    A couple of months ago I participated in The 'Walk a mile in her shoes' event here in Perth and to promote my participation I wore heels to the office. Recently a number of the girls in the office were asking me if I was ever going to wear them again. To which I replied probably not as I thought it made them 'uncomfortable'. The response was quite the opposite and they thought I was kind of cool. So given Friday's are a bit of a dress down day I decided to don the heels as you will see in the attached. They are a relatively new pair from Wittner _ a 12cm stack heel ankle boot. All went well, lots of 'nice heels' comments. Looks like Friday will be heel day for Kim!
  44. 13 points
    I was in Santa Fe Friday, wearing my Frye Jenny over the knee boots. I couldn't walk into any store or more than a few hundred feet around the plaza without being stopped by women (and a few men) wanting to know where to get them. They aren't being sold anymore except on ebay and a few outlet/thrift shops. Santa Fe being what it is I didn't expect I'd be much attention but I was (in a good way of course). I had a good time there even walking a lot in the heels. I try to go there several times a year just to shop and enjoy the atmosphere and food.
  45. 13 points
    Took a trip out for a couple of hours yesterday in some new boots that I got for great price, and this is my first time doing it in skinny jeans. This was for sure a bit nerve racking for me, usually I am a bit more stealthy about my heeling adventures, but for some reason I really wanted to push things further this time
  46. 13 points
    Just spotted this thread so a bit late to the party! I voted sometimes. While I don't own many pairs of boots, I have to admit when wearing them, much prefer to show them off over jeans or jeggings. Sometimes feel like wearing my boots but choose to cover them with long boot cut pants - a waste perhaps - although I still get the feel good factor while portraying a more conservative image. Leisure mode Same boots work mode
  47. 13 points
    Some tan leather Lk Bennett boots that I've just got online.
  48. 12 points
    I do want to work my way up to wearing 4” heels on a trip next week. This is going to involve a lot of walking across parking lots and airports, so I will need to get in shape. I put them on early this morning, headed to the supermarket, and walked around to see where we are at. I have had the recent experience of wearing 3” for the first time, but 4” is another different feeling. Strides are even shorter, and now I can feel new stretching at the ankles. It feels good to do some stretches between the walks and it seems each walk is getting less strange.
  49. 12 points
    I don't wear heels to work, construction and heels don't mix. But I do wear them when I go out, shop, drink and eat, coffee, and hang in the city
  50. 12 points
    Just had a nice little comment from a young female clerk at the local grocery store on the shoes pictured. She said "your walking around in heels even I can't walk in". I told it's because I like them. She had a very warm smile on her face. Just prior at a gas station several Latino men in a van took in the image in a different manner, but they kept their comments to themselves, I just smiled back at them. A span of 15 minutes, two polar opposite reactions, but that's OK because I enjoy myself in my heels.



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