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  1. Like you, I am a boots fan. I especially like chunky heels too. Shape and proportion of heels is what really makes the look in my opinion, much more so than height. Those are nice boots
  2. I’m more of an almond toe fan myself, but I like the styling of these.
  3. You’re so right! I used to look forward to flying, years ago - decades ago - but now the prospect of going to an airport is like the halo before a migraine.
  4. I found it awkward taking off my pull on knee boots while standing in the queue. There was no place to sit and remove them. There are seats in the other side of security but none as you approach the metal detectors. My pull on knee boots fit beautifully but take a bit of effort to remove. Its been more than two years since I’ve flown anywhere, but at least not I have knee boots with ankle zips.
  5. Are you seriously suggesting that most people - women - who wear heels aspire to the highest heights and that those who cannot wear these lofty 13, 14 and 15cm heights (or greater) dismiss them as fetishy simply out of a sense of sour grapes? Seriously? The overwhelming majority of people who wear these heights are those who are obsessed with heels, men, basically, for whom heels are not only an obsession but a sort of athletic challenge, or women in a line of work that requires such heels. There is a reason that high street shops do not sell extreme heels and that is because there is no general market for them. Similarly there’s a reason that the. Embers here are almost exclusively make - most women just simply wear heels and get in with it.
  6. Both are quite nice. I’m a fan of chunky heeled ankle boots.
  7. Because heels higher than 12cm look tarty and fetishy I knew a woman who was a true expert in wearing heels - 120mm was her usual height - and she owned a pair of those but never wore them because she couldn’t walk well in them. I think also that few women like the look of heels that high. I know some who love heels but won’t go over 100mm because they say it creates the wrong impression.
  8. I suspect this is because there are two entirely different markets. Ten and twelve centimetre heights are what you find on high street and with designers; fashion heels in other words. Above that you enter a different world entirely. Few designers go above that - and for a reason. The look becomes much less elegant and graceful and is overtly tarty and fetishy
  9. Italian Heels has a lot in the 120mm range and they scale their heels heights according to size too. They are more expensive than high street shops, but far less than designer brands.
  10. It’s extremely rare here - to the point where I can say I’ve never seen it
  11. Well, a jump from 1 to 2 would be a 100 per cent increase but hardly a trend
  12. I’m not afraid of them, I just don’t care for them. There’s a big difference
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