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  1. In that case, $28 new ain’t that bad
  2. Pleaser boots with jeans and leopard top for this morning.

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    1. pebblesf

      pebblesf

      Looking sharp buddy!

    2. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      Great boots and cute outfit altogether! 

  3. These were supposed to have an ankle strap too. I pointed out their mistake and they shipped me out a new pair...that still has no ankle strap, but these are growing on me, so I think I’ll just let it go. Probably started as Pleasers but the seller put their own branding on them. Brand is “Highest Heel”. Very easy to walk around in. I recently got a pair of black, fringed Pleaser boots, too. I love both pairs.
  4. I guess these would be my girliest now . . .
  5. My new boots.  Pleaser Delight 1056

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    1. Cali

      Cali

      Love the tassels. 

  6. Outfit of the morning, with my new leggings

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    1. pebblesf

      pebblesf

      Great outfit, very powerful

    2. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      Wow those boots!!!

  7. This is my winning outfit for the morning

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  8. Went with the super-leopard look this morning

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    1. bambam

      bambam

      Dude, your butt looks awesome

    2. TKHeels

      TKHeels

      not exactly my intent, but thanks.

  9. That’s what I thought. Agreed
  10. Just got these in. Not sure if I like the look with women’s skinny jeans or men’s better. What do you think?
  11. New boots today.  Men’s slim jeans this time.

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  12. Paired the boots with my jeans and a burgundy top this morning

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  13. (this morning . . .)

    now this outfit IS for school drop off . . .(probably my favorite to wear, too)

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  14. Just doing mundane stuff usually, driving, checking the PO Box in off peak hours, walking around outside when I’m reasonably certain my chances of human contact are 10% or less, etc. I do wear my women’s skinny jeans to grocery store and things like that though, with sneakers. I’m in military still so I’m not quite as adventurous as I would be, say, in 2 1/2 years or so when I retire, oh and I’ll wear my women’s leggings/tights to go running in the morning without the obligatory shorts-cover that most men feel they have to do when wearing running tights
  15. my go-to heels this morning

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    1. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      School dropoff?

    2. TKHeels

      TKHeels

      Not this time.  Just some me-time

  16. Morning school drop-off complete . . .

     

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    1. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      You certainly rock drop off!!!!

    2. tarapt1060

      tarapt1060

      Stunning look, Thats the Wow factor big time

  17. Outfit of choice this morning to drive my son out to the bus stop.

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    1. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      Looks like it was a fun ride!  For you anyway ;-) 

  18. This is what I wore when I drove my son to school this morning.

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    2. TKHeels

      TKHeels

      He is a bit unobservant, always sits in the back, behind the driver so he doesn’t really notice me, and no, there was no need to get out of the car; however, I didn’t have any other clothes or shoes with me, so if I had to have gotten out, that’s what I would have been wearing.  I take it back, the other shoes I had with me were a pair of my new otk boots in the trunk . . .( and yes, he knows I have heels and doesn’t seem to care)

    3. jeremy1986

      jeremy1986

      Good for you!! 
      Is he a carefree teen who couldn't be bothered... or a youngster who cant get his head out of his smartphone to notice ;-) 

    4. TKHeels

      TKHeels

      @jeremy1986probably both, lol!

  19. Hi chaosheels, Hopefully, after all this good advice, you are a little less chaotic-feeling. Kudos for being open and honest from the start. Back when I was a young newlywed, I was rather pushy at getting my wife to accept me wearing heels, etc. I even did the occasional cross-dress in going out. She helped me pick dresses and accesories. I picked my own shoes. Only had a couple pairs back then (black stiletto with silver studs, and typical clear lucite stripper heels). I thought she was cool with it but turns out, after the fact, no, she didn't like it. She just tolerated it because she loves me. Things almost ended for us right there, but we stuck through everything, gave all that stuff a rest for a few years. Fast forward to early last year, I "discovered" that I still have the desire to express myself occasionally with women's footwear, and have since collected a few pairs (25 or so, presently, after having gotten mad and purging another 20 pairs or so about 9 months ago...also, don't purge your shoes. You'll regret it and then just have to spend more money to catch up again). She is still not that keen on me wearing them, but accepts the fact that I have some. I don't wear them around her, as to keep her peace of mind, but as soon as she goes to bed, the heels come on, or if I'm out and about without her. One of the key reasons she's not totally comfortable with me wearing heels is due to the fact that she can't wear heels right now, due to an ankle surgery that was botched a couple years ago and needs to be fixed, so she's envious, jealous, and sometimes just plain hurt that the doctor screwed things up for her for now. That being said, we love each other, we tolerate some of each other's "quirks" and work through issues the best we can. I'm just thrilled she hasn't made me get rid of all my shoes. Sometimes, that's the smallest "win" you can have. We also have a 16 year old son who also knows I have heels, but I don't advertise to him and don't wear them around him. Fortunately for me, he's a generation-whatever person, where, if something makes you happy, whatever . . . I wish you the best in your heeling adventures.
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