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  1. I've seen some images of your tight jeans from the front side recently and can definitely say there is absolutely nothing left to imagination (yikes), so yeah I am interested in how that lunch goes with 6 women.
  2. Neither is my style, but if you like both and they both seem inexpensive enough, just get both. Or if you can't get both now, do the one you like best this month and the other next month or something. Not sure why you would ask people on the internet to choose you're next purchase, but hey if it works for you I guess...
  3. 70 F is a pretty good cutoff point for me although in the evenings I may still switch to boots if the occasion arises, even if its a little bit warmer than that. But sandals all summer during the daylight hours, is the norm for me.
  4. My telling my wife was about 3 months into the relationship, before we got married of course. I waited until we were very comfortable with each other, and similar to what was mentioned above, my discussion with her was while were were out drinking and having a great time one night... it was toward the end of the evening. Trying to remember the conversation, it was so long ago, but I said something like: I have to tell you something. I really like your heels, they are very pretty. She said aww thanks... then I said, also, I have to admit, I have a bit of a thing for heels and actually like to wear them myself sometimes. (At the time, I only wore them in private, never wore them outside until a few years after that) Since we were both pretty drunk, we kind of laughed a bit more about it, I then asked her... so, does that make you think differently about me, or do you care? She finally said, no, I think its kind of cute and that she would like to see me in them later and that maybe we can both wear them in the bedroom later that night (since we had already been intimate in our relationship, it was a nice next step). It worked out great from there and she has been very supportive of my heel wearing, even encouraging me to wear them when we go out together. My only recommendation is once she does accept your love of heels. Always, ALWAYS, put her first, and do not take advantage of her new acceptance to suddenly make you think you should now open the flood gates. Be sure to check in with her as your collection will certainly grow over time, make sure you are not getting carried away with the whole thing (I do a little cross-dressing too), etc. Because even if she initially accepts it, you can still very easily chase her away if she senses that you put your love of heels (and similar items) before your love of her. Even though my wife supports my different ways, I have still managed to get on my wifes bad side with all of it a couple of times over the years by pushing things a bit further or faster than she was comfortable with. So bottom line, definitely put her first and keep her feelings in mind as you move forward... Good luck!
  5. @hernaezjames. I know your post is from a few months ago but i just saw this thread. Anyway, have to say i am envious, you really have very nice looking feet. I try to take good care of my feet, with toenails painted, etc... but my feet will never look like yours.
  6. The one line item you mentioned: "NO fixed toe strap", seems to limit your options significantly. I looked at dozens of potential choices online, but a majority seem to have a fixed toe strap, and then have lace the rest of the way up. The only one I found that might work for you are these, but they are not quite a 3.5 inch rise from platform to heel, and they are not all that pretty either. Next are these are similar to the first ones, and again they are not that pretty... and one more, but I don't know that these quite work for you either. *shrug* I think I will give up now, I tried. LOL
  7. My favorite color for my toenails is silver, but I sometimes do a deep blue, and lately a slightly rosey-pink near skin color which I also do on my hands from time to time. The brand I tend to use most is 'Sally Hansen complete salon manicure' nail polish. That polish is really easy to apply and lasts for 3-4 weeks on my toes without much fuss. Its a bit more expensive, but is worth it EDIT: oh, also wanted to add, I got started about 12 years ago, when my left big toe nail got crushed, turned black, and I lost 90% of it. It has never fully recovered, all these years later it looks mostly better, but still a bit 'unhealthy' I guess is the best word to use, and just never grows out to completely match the look of my other big toe. So I just started to paint my toe nails to hide it, and now I never go without polish on them. I have just given up on that nail ever looking fully normal / healthy again.
  8. $10 says he will reply again, and if not, well, that works out nicely too
  9. Epicly long post, but a good one that pretty much covers it all and really you have a good point that the gals forum restriction, while it has good intentions, has not really seen much activity regardless. As you say, this forum is essentially men sharing their issues and experiences about wearing heels in a world that pretty much sees that as being taboo. You can call it a fashion website all you want, but honestly... It is what it is.
  10. I agree, I think standing in them they would look just fine because in that shot your foot is a bit straightened compared with the shoe in the sitting position as well as not being pressed into the vamp. I am in the same boat as you, almost all of my heels are a size 10, and they all fit pretty well for the most part. However, I think if I could find the same selection of shoes in a 10.5 size, I would be much better off with those. As we all know, the large majority of heels are not made larger than size 10. So, it is what it is and I have to make due I can't complain though, with few exceptions, I can work with a size 10 almost every time.
  11. Wow £840.00 for those boots? I was browsing through the rest of the dsquared shoes, all typical ugly mens shoes, all are so over priced, even these sandals are £315 (~$390), and these simple flip flops are £255. I guess if you're swimming in money, prices don't matter. I mean if you search really hard on amazon.com you can also find stupidly overpriced flip flops there too. Maybe I am just jealous that I don't have that kind of money to burn?
  12. Oh i see, we'll that makes me think that I should stay away from rear zip knee highs as well. lol
  13. I think my very first pair that I bought was from a Payless store long ago back when I was about 16 or 17, and buying online was not really very common yet, and even ordering from a catalog was sort of a challenge. Anyway, it took me a long time to finally build up the courage to walk into the store and buy them. They were a pair of 3.75" black suede ankle boots that I of course don't have any more I did possess a couple of pairs of heels before these boots, but they weren't bought... lets just say I took them over from their previous owner hey, it was in my early teenage years, back then I had limited options LOL
  14. I have a couple of ankle boots with zippers in the back that I actually really like for convenience, getting in and out of them is really a breeze. However, for boots that are much longer, and it sounds like you are talking about thigh high boots, I can see how a rear zipper might not work as well. I probably would not get rear zip boots for anything above the knee.
  15. Similar to a few others here, outside of work I openly wear 4"+ heels almost daily, but at work the most I will do is mid-range heel wedge boots that are pretty stealthy. Otherwise, I am quite comfortable to walk long distances in them and have been complimented at how well I do in them. Not sure where that puts me overall. Maybe 3 to 4 at most.