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  1. JeffB

    Harassed at Forever 21 Galleria

    Good for you! I'm glad that one incident didn't deter you from going where you like.
  2. JeffB

    Excursions Of HeeledSteve

    Practice is indeed important. The more you wear heels, regardless of height, the easier it becomes to wear them. Good luck!
  3. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Not a bad idea! Thanks for the suggestion!
  4. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Jaunt #470, 11/10/2018: Just when I thought I was evolving from wearing skirts to dresses, I went and got sidetracked as I think I’ve gotten hooked on wearing long sweaters and leggings. And, from the photo below, it’s not hard to see why as it’s a good look, one I only experimented with a few years ago, now I feel I have it down pat, and I love the end result, like with today’s outfit, a black leather jacket over a burgundy sweater, black, fleece lined leggings, the Payless “Riot” combat boots and a black handbag. Despite lots of sunshine, it was gusty and cold, but the leggings which I had bought only the day before kept my legs nice and warm as did the sweater and jacket, as for the boots, the more I wear them, the more I like them as they went well with the ensemble. I also added white socks worn just above the tops of the boots after seeing young women sport that accessory and thought it looked neat. As for the outing, I had to take my car to the dealership for an oil change and take care of a minor recall issue, I arrived shortly before my 10:30 appointment time with my Kindle in my bag to keep me busy for what I figured to be a couple of hours, there were four people in the waiting area, no one them took notice of me. Around one p.m., a technician came to me and said a problem was found in the steering column that made it slightly loose and needed to be fixed, fortunately, I had an extended warranty, so it wouldn’t cost me anything, thank goodness, but that added another hour and a half to my wait time, so the work wasn’t done until almost two thirty, but hey, I only spent about $38.00, so it was all good. From there, I drove into town to visit my friendly neighborhood comic book shop, it was a good deal chillier with winds whipping through those concrete canyons, but I was still good and warm, however, I walked down to One Liberty Place to enjoy some hot chocolate from Saxbys before returning to my car and going home. I suppose that by the time my next outing rolls around, I’ll be back to wearing skirts or dresses, but it’ll be a tad hard to resist the growing lure of long sweaters and leggings, something that could well be a staple of the winter weather that’s on the way. More to come....
  5. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    I consider myself fortunate I've been able to make this look work. Thanks for the tips! I've take notes for a future shopping expedition.
  6. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Well, I won’t deny that’s a great look that I’ve made work in my own way, and I love wearing that ensemble, especially in fall and winter. However, I haven’t abandoned my skirts and dresses.
  7. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Jaunt #469, 11/4/2018: With the Eagles on their bye week after beating Jacksonville in London last week, I thought this would be a good time to take care of a couple of errands and goof off for a bit before the late afternoon high scoring matinee battle between New Orleans and the L.A. Rams. And for a second straight outing, I left the skirts and dresses behind and opted for a long sweater (turquoise) and leggings (black) which I paired with the new faux leather jacket I sported on Saturday’s outing, the Payless “Riot” combat boots and a black handbag. I had so much fun wearing the sweater/leggings ensemble, mainly because it shows off my legs, I couldn’t wait to go out in that again, meanwhile the “Riot” boots have grown on me, they’re also fun to wear, the two inch block heels are easy and comfortable and, yeah, they’re cute too. My first stop was to the supermarket for a few odds and ends, there were a goodly number of young kids in the store, and most of them stared at me in puzzlement, but hey, I’m long used to that, so it was no big deal. From there, I swung by the main branch of the Philadelphia Post Office (which is open on Sunday) to buy a couple of money orders, the line was pretty long as ten people were ahead of me, but none of them paid me any attention as I awaited my turn at the counter to make my purchase. Once I took care of that, I headed downtown and my regular haunt at Rittenhouse Square, I needed some fifteen minutes to find a spot, half a block away from the park as fate would have it. The air was a wee bit brisk despite plenty of sunshine, so I went for a leisurely stroll down to One Liberty Place and Saxbys for a cup of their excellent hot chocolate which I enjoyed with my new Amazon Kindle e-reader. Twenty minutes later, I headed back to the park and sought a bench to occupy to continue reading, after another twenty minutes, it was time to return to my car, as I headed out of the park, I passed a group of twentysomethings, one of them, a black girl, grinned and said I looked fabulous, I smiled back and thanked her. I must say (again) that I had a lot of fun wearing that sweater/leggings combo, I felt perfectly comfortable and at home in that outfit, and, more importantly, I felt good in it to boot, and that’s what makes fashion freestyling such a satisfying treat, and why I love wearing women’s clothes. More to come....
  8. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Jaunt #468, 11/3/2018: I’ve said this numerous times here, and I’ll say it again: every time I undertake an outing, I see it as another opportunity to push the envelope in terms of what I can wear from the women’s side of the store. Case in point: I went to King of Prussia on this jaunt, I’ve worn skirts there and I’ve worn dresses there, but, on this occasion, I completed the fashion freestyling trifecta by wearing the combination of a long sweater and leggings, the former burgundy, and the latter black with faux leather side panels which I paired with my new women’s faux leather jacket from JCPenney, the Bellini “Sable” three inch heeled ankle boots and a black satchel bag. I found this to have been one of the more dynamic outfits I’ve worn, giving me a chance to show off my legs in those delightfully snug leggings which paired well with the Bellini boots, and, I like to think I looked pretty darn good. There wasn’t much of a crowd at KOP Mall when I arrived shortly before eleven, but then, that’s par for the course as the crowds grow over the course of several hours. At the comic book shop, I chatted with the staff about the long awaited release of Batman: The Animated Series on Blu-Ray, the food court was pretty well packed with diners when I arrived there for lunch, but no one gave me any odd looks as I ate. Part of the fun that comes with an outing to the mall is enjoying a slow, leisurely walk through the place, window shopping, wandering into a store that strikes my fancy here and there. My travels eventually took me to Old Navy to see if I find something that piques my interest, and I did, choosing a gray striped three quarter length sleeved dress and a cute boatneck sweater in beige to wear with leggings, as it turned out, a woman in her forties picked out the very same sweater, smiled at me and said I had good taste, I chuckled and said “likewise” to her. My last stop at the mall was to a drug store to buy batteries for my smoke detectors at home since the clocks are turned back this weekend, and I always change the batteries when Daylight Savings Time rolls around. I was pleased at having worn what I thought was a daring outfit at the mall, and that gives me proper encouragement to wearing something like that again on a future trip as, when it comes to women’s clothes, there’s just about no limit to what I can wear. Within reason, of course. More to come....
  9. JeffB

    The Adventures of kneehighs...

    I would say you might well have given that fellow something to think about. I’ve always said that’s it’s rare when men compliment us on our fashion, so when that does happen, it means a man has broadened his mind to consider other types of fashion.
  10. JeffB

    KneeBooted's Adventures?

    A casual but chic outfit there. Well done!
  11. JeffB

    Mr. X's travels

    Well done, Mr. X! The pics looked awesome, and, more importantly, you've given me ideas for similar outfits I'd like to try in the future.
  12. JeffB

    Harassed at Forever 21 Galleria

    Hmm! I have to admit that hadn't occurred to me!
  13. JeffB

    Harassed at Forever 21 Galleria

    Wow! That's quite the unpleasant experience you had, blueparrot. I'm glad you stood tall despite what happened. It's amazing that despite openly wearing skirts, dresses, high heels and jewelry in public, I can count on one hand the number of times I've faced incidents similar to yours, and still have fingers left over. I guess I've been lucky.
  14. JeffB

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    I have tights in gray and magenta, but I love wearing black most since they make my legs look dynamic, especially when I sport a short hemline. Thanks for the kind words. I'll see what I can do about wearing shorter skirts/dresses in the future.
  15. JeffB

    Who has bought some new shoes

    No, these aren't heels, far from it, but I've longed to own a traditional pair of women's penny loafers for years and found what I've sought from Long Tall Sally, a website devoted to clothing, shoes and outerwear for tall women. These shoes are the "Vivian" chain trim loafer which looks cool!
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