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hiddenheels last won the day on December 18 2020

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  1. For work, you likely have 1 boss you work with every day, so their perception (or perception of reality) matters, and influences your finances/outlook/prospects a lot. With heels, assuming you're not at work, you are being "perceived" by every single person, strangers really, who see you. There's no way you can satisfy the judgements of all of these strangers, and there really shouldn't be any expectation to do so. They're irrelevant. And if they're irrelevant, then why should we care about them?
  2. I wonder, for an outsider (who is not into heels or crossdressing or similar) whether they would clump "just high heels" and "midcrossdressers" into the same category? My main criteria is, is he pretending to be a woman when wearing those cloths? No. So don't see that much difference between "just high heels" and "midcrossdressers". But that's my viewpoint.
  3. Those, and the Nine West heels are awesome! I would agree with you, would have to have these...
  4. The jeans I wear are definitely not worn/greasy. But I agree, the overall outfit must match. I find if I'm wearing heels, I can spend 30 minutes just picking stuff out, and trying things on. Which is why these pair of heels work great, I know they fit the overall outfit, so I can just grab them and go. But family isn't supportive, so I can't exactly leave the home dressed like that.
  5. Sorry for the lack of updates, life's been busy. It's become sort of a routine. A few times a week when I go to work, I stop by a mall, switch into some heeled shoes and go in. Usually grab something at a coffee shop and sit in the food court and work for an hour. Sometimes I do some shopping/browsing. Usually am able to spend an hour doing this. Getting out of the car is not an issue 90% of the time anymore. I didn't expect those 4.5" stiletto boots I bought for USD$15 to change everything. They fit perfectly, and go with my casual-suit perfectly. They've become my go-to shoes, and have
  6. When I do go to the office, I wear pants similar to that. Then switch into heels on the way home for some shopping. I found it works quite nicely and all I need to do is swap shoes. Sadly, don't go to the office too much nowadays. Need a new coat too, something slimming, like a peacoat ...
  7. What drew me to heels? Nothing that I can recognize. They are just awesome. Now where things go from the heels, I don't know.
  8. There are some awesome heels there, I can see why you're interested in ordering. Lots of shoes, but never heard of them either. Not a big footprint on the Internet either. Order with a credit-card, so you can dispute if something goes sideways?
  9. People do change. What is OK now might not be in 10 years. I don't know if it's realistic to make a "do or do not" decision now, because today's actions are not 100% predictors of the future...
  10. So very true. I don't think I'm doing it for the attention, as otherwise I tend to be a very introvert person, and don't like to be in the spotlight. If we want to take into account the unconscious, then I would need to go see a psychologist to figure that out. I don't do it for the attention, but definitely understand what you mean. In my head, over the years and years, it was a big thing. Now when I go out in obviously high heels, and there is no reaction, I'm of two minds: 1) I'm very happy to be able to do what I want and not be hassled, and 2) somewhat disappointed that I made it out to b
  11. As @mlroseplant said, except when you don't. Aldo, at least for me, seems to be this way. Same with Le Chateau. Have a really comfortable size 10 4" ankle boot that fits perfectly with socks, and another size 10 that I can barely put on without socks or with hose. So I gave up on predicting sizes.
  12. They look really really nice though! Hahaha, so true! A large store which carries shoes is going bankrupt here, and I've been looking at some of their shoes. They're nice, and some I've been eyeing for a long while, but I can't put them anywhere, and I don't want to spend more money...
  13. You don't need any usernames/passwords to read these posts, or to come across an image of your partner on the internet.
  14. Please don't take my sentences out of context. I highly doubt the "hobbies" you mentioned come with such social cost and would cause you such grief if you had to give them up.
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