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  1. Picked up a used pair of Jessica Simpson ‘Calexico’ pumps on Poshmark last week! These are the highest heels I’ve ever owned and I freaking love them!
    8 points
  2. Had that conversation with a woman behind me at the open air market this morning. We were talking in line and she said "I just saw your wedges, wish I could wear wedges like that." I take every opportunity I get to show that a man can wear heels and be perfectly normal.
    4 points
  3. I rather agree that taking a photo without 'permission' may be considered intrusive, if not exactly rude, although of course there is nothing unlawful or illegal about it, at least in the UK. But the idea of making more than mild eye-contact with a stranger, let alone saying 'hi', would be anathema to many if not most UK citizens. I guess that a furtive glance and/or pic would be the norm here, with no words spoken. 'Upskirting' has recently become a criminal offence here; perhaps 'downfooting' should be similarly treated!
    4 points
  4. Just the usual quick outings lately, and other than the occasional compliment, nothing much to say about them. In a first for me I lost possession of my phone while grocery shopping. I sat it down on the counter when I was paying for my smoothie. They sent an employee out into the store to find me and return it. Seems as though I am easy to remember for some reason...
    4 points
  5. i'm getting ready to take off for my evening outing and i'm nervous already! i'm going to wear my new capri leggings and i'm not sure if i'll wear my black sling backs or my white Sherberts. i'm taking both pairs anyway. on top i have a tight fitting black t shirt with the bottom trimmed off so it doesn't come down below the waist band. i don't have a high cut jean jacket here at the cottage so i'll stop along the way and buy something. the idea is to not hide anything of the skin tight capri leggings! i'm in fine form this summer and i don't want to hide any of the curves! this is a br
    3 points
  6. here is a photo of these new capri leggings with my 6 inch heel sling backs! fun stuff! for the other photos, with other shoes, you'll have to visit my flickr site!
    3 points
  7. It has only happened to me once when I noticed my pic being taken (she had the flash on). Like you i dont care, i'm in public doing something that is not considered average so i have no expectations of privacy. Still, it is somewhat rude to do that, but i have no intentions of confronting anyone about it. I have had a young lady come up to me and ask if she could take my picture. I agreed & pulled up my pant leg so my heels were clear to see. She was nice about it, & it kinda made my day. I would never have a pretty girl ever ask to take my picture otherwise...Used to be older folks we
    3 points
  8. I agree with RonC. While I really enjoy wearing my heels, my interest lies with wearing girls shoes. I rarely wear flats even around the house, I enjoy wearing wedge heel sandals, boots as well as loafers.
    2 points
  9. I don't think anyone needs to be apologetic for wearing "shorter heels". For one thing, it is the current trend for footwear. Second, not all of us here follow the line of higher is better. Enjoy what you wear!
    2 points
  10. JKrenzer : The single sole high heels in this photo are oxfords . Just like any other shoe, but with a 5 " heel . All of my heels are in perfect shape . I have so many high heel shoes I rotate wearing them so as not to wear out . Yes I still have them . Mike
    2 points
  11. There is also an association with high stiletto heels, models and glamour. Not that many women wear high stiletto heels these days so when you see one who is, and who is obviously posing, it would not take a great leap of imagination for a passer-by to think this was some kind of a magazine fashion shoot. And you wife could easily pass for a model.
    2 points
  12. Capri leggings i started to wear about 10 years ago. In europe they made them for men not so in North America. Love the look just over the knees on woman as well with me. There was a time when i wore capris it was thought to be female style leggings and overheard comments from gals. Since many gals believed they were female capris i was wearing i decided to delve into other side of the aisle. Ladies fashions store much more to choose from. Never bothered me what other gals thought. Knew i wore them capris really well many had to like them. After awhile crop lululemon leggings began to be my
    2 points
  13. Obviously quite a different situation than me buying bolts at the hardware store, but I do find it a bit strange, nevertheless. Pre-pandemic, my wife used to have me take a number of pictures of her after church on Sunday morning, to show off whatever outfit she was wearing that week. I cannot possibly imagine somebody approaching us during this time to start snapping pictures. Even if they asked, it would be a little weird. Thinking further on the subject, if such a thing were to ever happen, my wife would probably enjoy it, because then she would get to beat me over the head with it. "Anh yê
    2 points
  14. They might even think it is some kind of street fashion shoot.
    2 points
  15. The Queen speaks in what is often called RP, Received Pronunciation. But RP itself has changed substantially over the years. PS: I speak a rough approximation to today's RP which would be typified by today's BBC announcers on Radio 4 and Radio 3. The Queen's RP is close to what you would have heard on the BBC a few decades ago. It now sounds very upper class. But it probably sounded that way even back then.
    2 points
  16. This pair of Saint Laurent knee highs... The upper is almost one contiguous piece of leather! https://www.nordstrom.com/s/saint-laurent-over-the-knee-boot-women/5890541 Image gallery https://imgur.com/gallery/rLup9Ub But $1,495...
    2 points
  17. i bought a pair of "seduction" brand, wet look, black stretch pants as a gag. they're 95% polyester and 5% spandex, size medium. super stretch, ultra tight and an absolute wild scene on the front AND rear! what's different about them for me is they only go down as far as covering the calves, about 8 inches shorter than my skinny jeans. so there is some sexy tanned skin on display! of course i wear some very wild and super short shorts but these are different, i've never worn anything like these before. i tried them on with various heels and i'm liking the white 6 inch heels on the
    2 points
  18. I should perhaps qualify my earlier comments, which reflect usual behaviour in the UK - or at least the more urban areas of the southern half. Casual encounters between strangers in open areas of a town will rarely produce any acknowledgement, spoken or otherwise. It is the sign of a 'foreigner' (i.e. someone from the next county but one) that he or she might attempt a greeting, or even a conversation. Not really true in the country, where a polite 'good morning' or similar is usual. When on public transport in the south east, speaking to the stranger squashed up close to you in the ru
    2 points
  19. I was wondering if his fame made it to the site. Glad I wasn’t disappointed 👍🏿 He finally gave me the words to describe who I was, and it was on Instagram, no less. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CQERjoEKpD-/?utm_medium=copy_link I’ve been into heels since I was younger, and only in recent years have I been trying out other things in the opposite aisle. Once I saw the video, I knew that “he’s describing me perfectly” sans the wife and kids. It just gives me continued hope that I’ll find my special someone some day… Don’t worry though. I’ll get enough therapy to confir
    2 points
  20. Ahh, the old wish I could wear those line. I know there are people that could not wear heels, my wife included. But that line comes out of the mouths of way too many people perfectly capable of wearing them. I find the statement mostly frustrating, especially coming from a woman.
    2 points
  21. Yes we have the same social norm of having friendly conversation at the checkout line here, and I have lost count the number of times we have talked about my boots. But I also suppose Texans have an appreciation for cowboy boots. It’s a shame the man behind you wouldn’t make contact, because he missed out. If you are as cool in person as you are online, I think he would have found you friendly and relatively normal, even if you are wearing heels. He could have had a good conversation, rather than creep with this camera phone. Every time this happens, it is a small missed opportu
    2 points
  22. Evidently, there are two nearly opposite norms of social behavior at work here. Where I'm from, if two strangers meet each other on the street, it is very normal if not expected that they will acknowledge the other verbally and with some form of eye contact. It's becoming somewhat less that way as the years go by, but still more likely than not. Of course, that's a rural vs. urban thing. I certainly would not expect someone in Chicago to return my salutation, but they very well might. Or they might shoot me, one. 😂 Obviously, it depends upon the venue. You're not going to greet everybody
    2 points
  23. I don’t make a special point of drawing attention to my boots on facebook, but when I posted this one of my adventure last night I didn’t exactly hide them: My boots with 3.5” heels have made appearances on my feed but I am pretty sure this is the first time the ones with 4” heels have shown up. I wasn’t dressing up for any occasion here, I just threw the boots on to finish the job of moving him across the road, but some of my friends made comments about my outfit lol.
    2 points
  24. It's happened to me several times. You're right, it's rude but in todays society that doesn't mean much anymore. Honestly I like making a dull person's day. No matter what they think is not relevant to me and to think how little must be going on for these people kind of amuses me. At least that's my thought on this.
    2 points
  25. had a great time last night! i went over to a friend's cottage thinking the gang was going to be there but it was just us 2! she said she wanted me all to herself and she wanted to hear about my adventures overseas. so we got into the bbq, and the vin, and the lake scenes! i decided to wear my black sling backs on the same heel and platform as my super sexy Sherberts. when i got to her place i took them off and left them right in the middle of the living room floor! right where she could see them! i saw her staring at them many times and finally she said: those shoes of yours are compl
    2 points
  26. Nice heels, but too large? 🤔
    2 points
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  28. Haven’t posted in a long time, but thanks for this thread! Seems like a fun idea!
    2 points
  29. I suppose things come and go with time, which is why you are here! We seem to be relatively eternal for the internet world. It's crazy, it's going to be 20 years very soon, and more than 20 if you count the site that this one grew out of. In other news, I have largely been wearing shorter heels this summer. I am doing this for two reasons. One, because as many of you know, I went on a little spree last spring and bought several pairs of Söfft mid heels for reasons unknown even to me. I now feel like I need to wear them. Two, because I am trying to reinvent my walk, and it seems much easie
    1 point
  30. Better keep the robots shoes well oiled, don't want them to corrode.
    1 point
  31. The envious vacuum cleaner attacked
    1 point
  32. i like those "Run with the Sun" leggings. i prefer them in plain and basic so as to not interfere with the already awesome shape of the legs and back side! and i wouldn't be wearing them with running shoes! i'm taking my wet look capri leggings for a spin tomorrow night when i visit a gal pal!
    1 point
  33. I couldn't resist a further search. This one caught my eye; anyone we know? (I liked the reference elsewhere to such oddball customers being called 'Walmartians'!) And, given that this is Kentucky, I think we may know who this is:
    1 point
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  35. Dang, they left my pic out...... And I was look’in tight.....
    1 point
  36. Lol, since I have worn heels in Walmart I had to go check if someone had put me up there, and generally if there are any pictures of guys in heels. There are a few: https://www.peopleofwalmart.com/get-to-steppin/
    1 point
  37. JKrenzer : About my boots . OH hell yes, and the spurs too . I wear them quite often during the winter along with several other pair of boots. These above boots are in perfect shape as well as the eight (8) other pair of spurs I own . Mike
    1 point
  38. Heelers : Well here we go again . What is the complaint ? Any man ( or woman ) who goes out in public in high heels is subject to eventually be seen . You put your selves in that position . You are asking for it and then you bitch when your photographed . What is your major malfunction ? Unless your picture is used my someone for illegal purposes the public has the rite of freedom . Just like you . Mike
    1 point
  39. I think that you and your wife are being very generous to treat a stranger's impromptu photography as a compliment, even if you do both enjoy it. Most women (unless obviously posing or modelling) would surely treat such a 'liberty' as weird or borderline perverted, especially if they were alone? I suppose in your wife's case she is indeed clearly posing so there is an implied invitation to admire and capture on film, with or without permission.
    1 point
  40. Did you literally catch him taking the photo of you, or did you just hear the click of the photo app? Even if you just heard the sound, I would agree with you that there is a very high likelihood that he was snapping a photo of your heels, especially if he was avoiding you afterward. But I would hate to falsely accuse someone, so I am with you, I’d just move on. For what it is worth, I can’t imagine a situation where I would be offended by a stranger taking my picture. People can have many reasons for taking your picture, ranging from mere curiosity to admiration, and I might even be f
    1 point
  41. No, why??? Not my thang, but if it is yours, then have fun.... smile... sf
    1 point
  42. i'm back from the UK and arrived at the cottage where i'll be until Labour Day! first thing i did when i got here was check the high heel stash, bikini stash, and fun jeans. we're okay for the high heels, about 20 pairs. no thongs! but 12 pairs of fun jeans. hmmm. i might have to make a run to town... wasn't here 24 hours before the phone started to ring! ha! this is fab stuff. so i am off to my first cottage/sunset party tonight! i do have the heels. i do have the fun wear. but you know how it is, you can't wear such tight clothes with lines showing... i'm going to wear m
    1 point
  43. Heelers : I think your all one sided thinking . I do not wear the same high heels to bed that I wear on the streets .Why would any one do that ? I have in excess of 120 pair of high heels . All of my heels are worn for different occasions . Wearing high heels ( boots or shoes ) to bed fall into , never have worn them on the streets . If anyone of you love high heels, then, when, where, or how long is irrelevant . mike
    1 point
  44. Thanks everyone, I went with a slightly lower pair of Frye ankle boots with my bootcut jeans. Still, I’m 6’1” barefoot, so lots of looks and stares, no way around that, but I feel pretty good. Slight delay, so just walked around the terminal, and read a little. Layover in Dallas, and my sister is actually flying American, I’m on southwest. I’ll be back in the air next Monday, but a direct flight, on the Max, no less! I’ll see if I can’t get you guys a photo at my layover.
    1 point
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