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jeremy1986

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  1. Welcome back @hiddenheels and well done in starting to open up more about it. Sounds like you and your wife are working hard at things and it must be positive, if this space your wife is willing to give you is coming out now. So interesting that she is ok with it outside but not at home. Usually it's the opposite. I share many of the characteristics you mentioned, such as the shame (and wedge boots!). Living in a conservative and even religious community makes it harder too. Great to have you participate here... Looking forward to more.
  2. Both your boots look amazing, guys - Enjoy!
  3. Those looks very unique, @mlroseplant. I like the tan color and the buckles & straps. And even though not exactly "cheap" - what a win price-wise too. happy heeling!
  4. Thought I would paste my recent post here about wedges … also, more on wedges. Our very own Duchess!!
  5. Sounds like it was a fun activity @Mr. X!
  6. This thread has been a little quiet... thought I would paste my recent post here about wedges …
  7. Watched "Murder Mystery" with the wife last night on Netflix. A cute and funny flick - certainly recommended for a light hearted funny movie. The additional element that was interesting in it, was the pair of wedges that Aniston wore pretty much through out the movie. A classic looking wedge (maybe 4") with a small platform, and an ankle tie strap. They looked really nice, and she (or her double...) seemed able to run in them etc. You can see them a few times in the trailer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YEVQDr2f3Q - the trailer also shows a black pair, but I didn't see them in the movie) and there are a number of articles I just found discussing the "discount" wedge look, based on the movie. Just not sure why they are referring to the wedge trend as "controversial"??? There is a part in the movie where they are walking on the ledge of a building and there is a great view of the heels for a couple of seconds. Recommended viewing for all wedge lovers out there
  8. Some great looking boots. Love the last picture
  9. Last one is good enough to see They look great!
  10. Well done So which boots were you wearing?
  11. Some nice styles, for men. I wonder if they are any different to the woman's versions, or rather exactly the same?
  12. Thanks! Never thought I would like that style... but here we are! And well done on that encounter. Thanks. I deal with graphics a little professionally, so know my way around this. You are right - they were taken on my phone and were somewhere in the area of 3000 X 4000 pixels, at about 60% jpeg quality (which drastically brings down the weight). I then optimized each image to about 1000 pixels wide and upped the quality to about 70%, which still enabled a really slim file weight but a decent viewing size. I used my old copy of Adobe Fireworks, but there are many apps out there that can do this. In fact, even emailing yourself the images (if you use Outlook) can sometimes do the trick. I take pride in my images almost as much as in my heels ;-) Hehe... ;-) a little high for me too, but again, It should be ok because of the platform. I think I am just out of practice!
  13. Thanks. I think you are right. That, or a curvy boot cut pair... you know, 70's style!
  14. You were one of the fine folks I knew would appreciate this pair
  15. Been quite a while since I posted my own content here. Thankfully, things have calmed down nicely on my home front, still not out of the woods, as they say... but we're doing much better, thanks to a bunch of professionals helping us along. wow - was that cryptic enough Tonight my wife went to bed early and the kids are all down, so I decided I would pick out some heels to wear while I catch up on some work. I was searching for some wedges I liked, but landed up being too noisy for my wife (shoes are all stored under my bed), so I just opted for a pair of block heel platform sandals that were within reach. I have only worn them a couple of times, and despite not always having liked the block heel/platform look, these did have a certain appeal to them. That, and the sale they were on They have a 6" heel and a 2" platform. Makes for a good stable walk, though I must say, I think I am out of practice (it has been a long times since I have heeled properly!). Bought from New Look: http://www.newlook.com/shop/shoe-gallery/view-all-shoes/navy-denim-knotted-platform-heels-_366158541?isRecent=true I know there are some friends here who will love them, and others who will scowl Herewith, some appropriately sized images for your viewing pleasure.
  16. Well done @Cali. Looking great in Costa in those booties!
  17. Sorry to hear! Hope all gets sorted soon!
  18. Maybe it's a combination of the chunky heel along with the wide pants?
  19. Hey @maninboots - whats news? Haven't heard about your own excursions for a while!
  20. @mlroseplant well done on your image resizing work Thanks for taking the time to show us... I, as probably most others, really enjoy seeing the sights along with reading the words. Those first pumps you pictured really look great. Quite formal and really church worthy too :-) Are you wearing them with hose? and those wedges at the end look really nice too, very summery indeed.
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