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  1. Herd mentality, as is in a herd (aka slice) of lemmings. There no freedom in a herd, there's no individuality, but then you don't have to think. I've had men tell me they would like to wear boots, just maybe not stilettoes.
  2. Wearing boots on the outside of skinny jeans is empowering statement and a bold look for sure. Congratulations @pebblesf on wearing this look in public, isn't it fun? I now have 6 high boots, mostly stilettoes, 4 knee highs and two high calf boots. I love wearing my boots on the outside.
  3. My right thumb is reconstructed, so grabbing things can be questionable. I grow my fingernails longer to lift things with my nails. I also have damaged nails, damage at the root base, so I have acrylic nails to keep them together. They, acrylic nails, are pretty tough. But I haven't done color since the pandemic started. My toenails are colored, have been for decades. But what I have heard in the nail salon has very been educating.
  4. For those who like pumps, Jessica Simpson just dropped their fall line.
  5. That's the beauty of wearing heels at work, so many different pairs I can (and have) wear, but so few days on-site this year. I don't discriminate, I wear both single sole and platforms.
  6. I love my platforms too!
  7. You mean they have a "Men's Only" section and a "Women's Only" section now. Never pay attention to those artificial labels and shop throughout the store.
  8. So @pebblesf are you considering changing airlines so you can wear your cowboy boots? I would be interested in the number of males that wear a uniform with a skirt and/or heels compare to the number of women that wear a "male style suit".
  9. This is the problem I have with pumps, but for me it every tendon. So I stopped even looking at pumps altogether. I saw a Sales Associate at Macy's doing this, she had some folded tissue paper tuck in just inside the vamp. A better solution is to use some of the thin foam padding that comes with many new heels and cut it into a shape that coincides with the edge of the vamp. This should lift the vamp just enough to stop the cutting action.
  10. I miss in-person. I tend to wear my heels all day when out. But at home I might walk around barefoot half the time. Wearing stilettos around the house is alright, wearing stilettos to work is divine.
  11. The trouble is that those stilettoes would sink into the ground at construction sites and gravel would be hideous.
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    Yesterday I attended an all day joint retreat between 3 governing boards in the downtown area. Our "free" parking (otherwise $32) was 5 blocks away. I wore my black Charles by Charles David gladiator sandals. (12 hour day) As usual I had a woman tell me that they envied my heels but could wear them herself - she was <5 feet tall. And another woman asked if I drove in heels, especially the 8 hour drive the weekend before in which I "attended" another retreat while driving. My answer was of course, YES. However, the sidewalk was not flat - horizontal, it sloped from the building towards the street. I had trouble walking down the two blocks like. Almost tipped over once when it steep 15 degree slant. The question for you all: How do you navigate slanted walkways when the slant is perpendicular to your direction of travel?
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