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Everything posted by K2inheels

  1. I have! Just got them today! The are from www.shoedazzle.com and here is a photo of what I got (more pics on my blog my high heel blog.
  2. I will have to get off my duff and get some pics made!
  3. Just found a great new product to wear with your heels! It is called, Sassy Strapps" and they rock. Check out my review on my blog.
  4. Are they still available? I've been looking for a good pair of red heels, size 11. I have narrow feet so I shouldn't have an issue with them.
  5. The color of my heels depends on what I am wearing. If I have on black slacks I will usually match them with black heels especially if I am at work. I tend to dress business casual at work so having brighter colors or sparkly heels on will clash with what I wear. Just my personal style. The brighter colors or metallic are fine if I am out and about.
  6. If you need to get an email to me about it, you can email me at k2inheels@myhighheelblog.com
  7. I'd like to have a meet and greet for this area. Since I am relatively new here, perhaps someone with a little more experience in putting together a meet and greet that would be awesome! I'd even add a page to my website for purposes of signing up or advertising.
  8. Not yet, but they have shipped.
  9. Well I have not worn my heels to the dentist yet; have dentures no reason to go until I break them or need new. But I would wear my heels to the dentist. I feel comfortable wearing my heels where ever I go. I do, though, hesitate just a little when I have to go into a Lowes, Ace Hardware or stores like that. It is at those places I just have to walk in like I have nothing to be ashamed of and I don't. So wear your heels where ever you go. Maybe one day society will catch up with out shoe choices.
  10. I prefer heeled sandals over pumps, prefer t-straps over pumps, and prefer ankle or calf boots over pumps. Guess you can say that I prefer most heel styles over pumps UNLESS the pumps are very well made and fit me like the proverbial glove.
  11. I know I do! After wearing heels for some time now, when I take them off and walk in flats or bare feet, I feel shorter. 95% of my heels are 4" or more so the difference is pretty big when I switch from heels to flats.
  12. Heelster, here is the info for the Ohio walk: Shoreline Park - 411 East Water Street - Sandusky, OH 44870 - Date is Saturday, August 4th at 9:00 to 12:00. Click here to go to their listing.
  13. I have participated in the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes numerous times. They used to have it closer to me like in South Bend, IN, Indianapolis, IN, and other local cities. Now if I want to participate it seems that I have to drive further to do so. Great cause and I support it fully. I believe there is going to be an event in Ohio in the month of August, I think. I will probably make that one if I don't find others closer to me.
  14. Welcome! Glad you joined and look forward to seeing some of the heels you have. If you are like me, you have a good selection. Love the heels you have on in the pics. I encourage you to continue to make strides in wearing your heels in public. I know it can be intimidating at time, but just be confident, be proud and don't put too much stock in other peoples narrow view point. I have found that for every poor reaction, I get twice the affirmation from others. I cannot tell you how many times a complete stranger has complimented my on my heels or have told me that they wish I had my balls to wear heels. So keep strutting those heels!
  15. Thanks for all the positive feedback! I will be adding new posts shortly and other material. Keep strutting those heels all! k2inheels
  16. Thanks for catching that! I need a proofreader
  17. Thanks! Check back again, we'll be adding more content in the weeks to come.
  18. Hey all I have my new blog up and running at My High Heel Blog Been thinking and planning for this for some time. I am very passionate about spreading the power of men wearing heels, women's clothing etc. Society is so stuck in the past that it cannot embrace the future or individuals that want to express their own style and personality. My blog is created to be an encouragement, a place for advice, a place to share what I have gone through and am going through in this journey we call life. I invite you to check it out, leave comments, etc. It as much a blog for you as it is a story of my life. I will still be here on this site, so do not think I am just leaving. I am expanding my world to reach more, to teach and encourage more. Hope to see you there, and as always, keep strutting those heels! Chow!
  19. Thank you for replying. I would die to have a designer shoe or should I say a closet of designer shoes, but alas I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth! I am saving for the day I can go out and buy my first pair. When I was in New York a while back I did meet Brian Atwood at a social event (love his designs) and I know that I will buy one of his shoes when I have the money saved up. I also am a fan of Stuart Weitzman. I am willing to try the Shoes of Prey at this time. If they fit well and look good on me, I will be very happy. From my experience buying and wearing heels, I believe I will have a good result. Plus one thing I like about this company is that if the shoe does not fit, too big or too little, I can send it back to be resized or adjusted. And from the comments I have heard from women, they have had a good experience with the shoes and the company. I may be fortunate, but I have had so very little issues with the heels I have bought. I am also very aware of what works with my feet in terms of design and style. I have never had a woman tell me that my heels look "sub-par" or odd. When I wear my heels, which is every day, I make sure that whatever I wear matches my heels and that my heels enhance my outfit. Hey, thanks for your input, I appreciate it. I will never expand my horizons unless others pour into me their ideas, wisdom and knowledge. Have a great day and keep strutting those heels! Chow!
  20. I was thinking about changing the sole to black. Thanks for catching that. Don't know why they do not show on the site. Perhaps it is because these are custom designed shoes. The ones they show on the site can be customized but they are sold as is, too. As you stated about the shaft of the heel should be underneath my heel or as I say, centered on my heel. That is one thing I will check first on stilettos. The shoe gets unsteady if it is angles to much or off-center from my heel. Thanks for your comments!
  21. Well I am going to pull the trigger as they say and make my purchase of custom heels from the Shoes of Prey website! Been going back and forth on this decision for some time. First off it was putting together a design I likes with the right colors and material, then the structure of the heel, then back to colors. It has been a journey to say the least. Here is what my new heels will look like, they are called "Fardella 114" shoes, 4 1/2" heels with a t-bar strap, and with a peep toe. Here are some graphics of the shoes: This pair of heels is priced well at $ 217.00 and no freight charge. Hard to beat the price for a custom made shoe. Once I received them; probably about 2-3 weeks, I will post some photos of me wearing them along with my review of the shoe. Let me know what you think of my design. And as always...keep struttin those heels!
  22. Here we are at the end of another work week and as they say TGIF! But hey I can take a moment before I run out the door to the weekend to share a few pics of me styling with two of my favorite heels! Both are so comfortable and sexy that I am bustin' out with joy! So here are a few shots of them. It's great to be able to wear heels every day, work or out and about. I do not know how I would feel if I were to be told I could not wear them. I mean they are a part of my style. Plus they make me feel good. I had to laugh the other day when I walked by a woman wearing the black stilettos shown above and she said, "You're a brave soul to wear heels in this weather!" Well it might have been raining a little but that does not stop me from wearing my heels. The first thing I do will all my heals is treat them with water proofing. I just smiled to her and kept on going. What's a little water on my toes? Well it is my birthday this coming Monday so I will be out on the town with my honey. She is cool with me wearing heels so I will be dressed to kill with some sweet black pumps, my oh-so-skinny silver jeans and a silky black blouse! Gonna rock it for sure. I mean you only turn 62 once, right?! Well all, I am closing up shop now so I gotta get moving. Hope you all have a great weekend! Rock those heels now! Chow!
  23. I would say that my comfort range would be 4 to 5 inch heels, but that does not mean that I won't rock a pair of 3" heels!
  24. Thighmax, I commend you on exploring what makes you feel good in terms of clothing and shoes. I can relate. I have been going through a similar transition. For me I started wearing heels over three years ago and now wear them the majority of time in public. Just recently I have been going through the process of wearing women's clothing. Not wearing dresses yet like nzfreestyler does (and I do wish I was at that point in my journey). But I do sometimes wear, blouses, shirt dresses with skinny jeans, etc. What I did to help me create a look and outfits is hire a stylist who worked with me and went shopping with me when I was out looking for new clothes. There were many time that she would look at me when I picked something out and she would tell me, "It's too young", "Won't fit your body", etc. Plus she helped me with colors (color blind). So now days I do wear women's skinny jeans and such when I am not at work. I hope you will continue to push the boundary of your style and become comfortable in what ever you wear. Don't let society's narrow mind set determine what you should wear. We are all unique. Be colorful, be bold, be YOU. And do it with pride and confidence.
  25. I agree with all the posts that the "click" or "clack" of the heels is just part of wearing heels. But I understand how you feel for the first time. That's why I always recommend that as a guy if you are going to wear heels in public for the first time, choose a less busy place to make that walk. That way you won't be, lack of a better term here, freaking out if someone hears the heels or notices you wearing them. It's kinda like when you try a new dish, you don't just take a big bite rather you take a little taste, see if you like it. Same goes with your first time walking in heels in public. Start small then take walks in busier venues. Bottom line, people are going to look. Some may shake their head, some might even make a comment. Just take it in stride. And remember this, there will be people that compliment you on your heels which will make you feel great. Good luck! Let us know how it goes.
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