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Cali

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  1. I avoid shoes with bows and other trinkets that tend to make a heel look more feminine. I have been wearing only wear women's shoes for the past decade, they fit my feet better than men's shoes ever have. My substantial ankle problems have disappeared since I switched. I wear my heels in a professional setting, so I want jaw-dropping good looking heels that aren't overly feminine. It's a tough balance to achieve.
  2. My observations are that younger women are more accepting, not all, but more than older women. I know it's a deal breaker for so many women, so I make sure that I am up front with it. It not something I'm going to keep in the closet and do in the shadows. To me it's also a matter of quality of life. Even my stilettos.
  3. Well I'm "on the market" and I can honestly say that 99%+ will talk the "talk" but not walk the "talk". It's perfectly okay BUT not for their man. And these are self described open minded women. It's also a generational thing.
  4. Nice starter set @jeremy1986. Now it's time for some color.
  5. Cali

    Cali World

    Sneakers where my entry into women's shoes. I was looking for shoes that were made to fit my foot instead of trying to fit my feet to sneakers. I came to the conclusion that I had feet shape more like a woman so I bought a cheap pair of women's sneakers and they fit better than any pair of men's ever had. I haven't bought any men's shoes since then. ================ There's a thread of whether your heels have distracted anyone but I can't find it. But here today's story. We have a open air Sunday farmers market held in the corner of a shopping centers parking lot. This morning, a woman walking towards me spotted my heels and then tripped over a speed bump and another guy walked into a bush when he turned around to get a better look at my wedges.
  6. I also wear leggings in public. But I am careful with what I wear. I wont wear my blue/purple leopard print in public but I have worn my blue/dark blue motto leggings and others.
  7. Spaghetti and Toast (Aussie breakfast)
  8. When I spend over $80 on a pair I don't want to an extra $100 to modify them. I wear mostly size 10, some 11 if they are a little narrow or pointed toed, so there is a wide variety to choose from. My Nine West leather pair(s) are tight in the morning when I first zip them up but wider when I take them off that night.
  9. I have the opposite problem, large calves. There have been many boots that I can't zip up pass my shin. And if you wear the boots on the outside of your jeans, then you need even wider calf boots. You can subtract but can't add circumference.
  10. It like working at a nudist camp. After a while its just the "normal." It's only people that don't see it all the time that see it as being different.
  11. Binger. A hoarder starts at 6 pairs of the same color.
  12. I have around 10+ different styles with multiple pairs. Some are the exact same color others with multiple colors. I have several that are 'future' replacement pairs of a shoe I really like (some still in their box), others because I wanted different colors in the same style. I learned every early that women's shoes come and go very quick, some never to be seen again. So if I liked a pair, I should buy more when I have a chance because it may be the last time I see them for sale.
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