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  1. nzfreestyler

    The Jaunts of JeffB!

    Gidda JeffB I would say the outfit was polished - not dressy-ish but rather more elegant-smart-casual - either way its a great ensemble !
  2. nzfreestyler

    Wearing Mismatched Shoes on Purpose

    well I'm funny. I like to pick out colours in what I am wearing - in that case plum red and navy were in my clothes so I just went with it!
  3. nzfreestyler

    Wearing Mismatched Shoes on Purpose

    Hi JeffB I like that pic you've posted. Monochromatic high heels mixed up. Looks good. With your styles and discernment - I reckon you could run with 2 different colours of shoes.... (just my crazy opinion anyway) that said - 2 different colours is fun - but I must be honest and say - matching shoes is still prettier and classier - I would never mismatch shoes in any formal dress code.
  4. nzfreestyler

    Wearing Mismatched Shoes on Purpose

    yesterday....
  5. nzfreestyler

    Mr. X's travels

    I'm out all day (and night) in my outfits I take my rompers off - its yucky because I have to take my shoes off too - in order to not have the romper on the floor or against the toilet....and then I'm barefoot in the bathroom.... Its as hard as wearing a big gown.
  6. nzfreestyler

    Partying in High Heels

    thanks JeffB I was dressed quite well - those are one of my more classy pumps - no handrails either so I had to borrow an arm - but it did make me feel silly as a guy needing a friends arm. But the jetty approach was perhaps 150m of planking like that ! No handrails. I've been on boats and the like in high heels, and small boats are a lot harder obviously but large boats have metal decks and they are so treacherous.... anyhow... the things we do....
  7. nzfreestyler

    You guys decide

    Hot pink is a perfect colour for a high heel shoe ! I love my pink shoes! Go for pink!
  8. nzfreestyler

    Partying in High Heels

    Being almost a permanent heel wearer I end up in heels in awkward places. Mind you I do go out to parties, road trips, to watch sports games etc wearing high heels. Anyone else end up a little drunk - or occasionally a lot drunk in their heels? I went to a party across the shore and wore a nice dress and heels combo - classy because it was a upscale do. We all were rather drunk, I am pretty good in heels even when drunk, but I had to contend with a jetty of wooden planks while more than a little tiddly in an expensive pair of heels. Luckily I kept my heels out of the gaps!
  9. nzfreestyler

    Mr. X's travels

    Yes I think you're right. My playsuits and rompers are short in the leg, shorter than a miniskirt, above fingertip length so that explains why I find them inconvenient too. I do think the playsuit/ romper is a neat look - I just wish it was more convenient to wear.
  10. nzfreestyler

    Mr. X's travels

    I'm loving this look! I have a few rompers too - but I don't wear them enough mainly because I have to get right out of them to go to the toilet. Thats the big down-side with a romper or a playsuit. I literally have to strip right down to go to the toilet. How do you get around that inconvenience? By the way - I do love the look!!
  11. I weigh 65kg and my heels don't flex at all and I can be quite hard on them they still won't flex. I mostly wear a EU 41 so perhaps it is a shoe size thing ?
  12. I know what you're saying TXGuy, but my stilettos don't flex like that. We should always walk heel-toe and the heel should always strike well before the toe, or else we walk like a duck. I can lean back and balance on my heels alone - both stilettos at once and balance like that - which is not good for the shoes but the heels hardly flex at all. I don't think the heels should flex much - if at all. The flexibility should be in the toe area definitely but none around the back and the heel or arch of the shoe. I have had shoes that developed loose-ish heels so I know what you mean - and I have had plenty of high heels that don't. I think its to do with the design and manufacture of the shoe. I try all my shoes and won't buy anything that feels like it might have any looseness and flex in the heel.
  13. Yippee - more pointies for me then!
  14. agreed - but pointy toed is my choice. (although I do have some round toed flats - I wear flats at home - no heels for me at home. Technically running shoes aren't flat - don't they have a slight heel incline?
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