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  1. New resource/story: https://forum.purseblog.com/threads/first-time-trying-cl-heels-on-in-a-store-as-a-guy-london-mount-street.1052798/
  2. Those will cause some damage, in terms of style and wallet.
  3. Didn’t get to wear my heels. It appears I injured myself whilst watching a important football match. There will be another outing opportunity soon.
  4. Just adapt a persona. A thick skin, and a F the world attitude. People can criticise, but just like what comes out of their arse, their criticisms can be a drizzling dump. Anotger shoe manufacturer said it well, Just Do It.
  5. I’d go with the boots you have in your album that you have on with your pedalboard as your background, if they have a nice zip at the side.
  6. Her only passable redeeming quality I’m afraid.
  7. I’d take ankle boots to be honest. Quickest and easiest way to get through security. Knee high boots would be okay, as long as they can be slipped on and off quick and efficiently enough.
  8. https://pagesix.com/2022/04/07/lenny-kravitz-helped-design-his-grammys-2022-high-heels/amp/
  9. Thanks, will enjoy it. I’m working tomorrow, so can’t wear them. Bloody flat safety shoes for work 😔. Don't get me started on politics, I can rip a hole through them all.
  10. Recently, it’s been “cold but dry” of 14-16c, that’s warm for us so summer, only had rain for 3 days in past 4 weeks. It’s to be 17c on Monday, dry seemingly. Im Scottish, so don’t mind the cold. I’m feeling the Khaki, heels and a hoodie. Look good, but relaxed. After all, we have ditched the masks and all but gone and put fingers in our ears and gone LaLaLaLaLa to the pandemic. This look will have the heel fully exposed. No where to hide. A confidence bump. I’m gonna drive in them too, so more new heeling experience.
  11. I’ve refrained from posting recently, things in life et al. Been searching for a second outing in heels recently. I am now planning a second outing in my new OnlyMaker Cowboy Boots with the 95mm heel next Monday. Got to go to the opticians. Looking to go the whole day in heels, or as long as I can. Now to plan the outfit. Black slim jeans or khaki trousers.
  12. Was gonna wear them to a gig. Didn’t, as I just couldn’t stand as I’d killed my legs with exercise that day, didn’t feel comfortable. Been working constantly since, so no time really. Might have time soon.
  13. They are UK10/EU43/US12. They fit like a glove, they suck your feet in and are snug and secure. Am going to wear them tonight for a gig, fully exposed heel. I feel this will give a confidence lift and more!!! 5 Pics:
  14. Got my boots today, pic over on the new boots page. OnlyMaker are really comfortable so far to wear. I know where I’ll be buying some heels from at a later date!!!
  15. New OnlyMaker cowboy boots today. Size 12US and the fit like a glove. Really comfortable and easy to walk in for a almost 4inch heel. Can’t wait to wear them, maybe exposed and not with jeans covering the heel. That would be a massive step and confidence bump.
  16. He is right, we are not know for our sun, it often rains in some form here 200 odd days a year. I am at 55.85 north, same as Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan and Shamattawa, Manitoba plus a city where there’s a bunker baby right now Moscow I believe. Had about 70 sightings today at work, from 2 inch block and kitten heels to 4.5 inch stilettos. Im thinking it may be cultural and economic, we may be different. There’s a phrase, when times are tight, heels and hemlines go up, when times are good the hemlines and heels go down. And with the pandemic entering endemic stage and the inflation rate here at 7%, probably 8.5%+ once Russia/Ukraine is factored in, folk are going back to more traditional ways.
  17. Im wondering, It may be more cultural, as we come out of pandemic. I’ve read the Heels On Men De site recently, although translated, some have seen this trend in Various places in Germany, and in Milan and Madrid. It may not have hit the Netherlands.
  18. Interesting. We will see how this trend goes, if we are here to see it, and that mad man does not press his little red button. Let’s face it, us here in the UK will see things fly overhead.
  19. The ones I’m seeing day in-day out are like the following: https://wheresthatfrom.com/products/vsp1_red?variant=42382110589170&currency=GBP&utm_source=google&utm_medium=product_sync&utm_campaign=sag_organic&utm_content=sag_organic&fo_c=4389&fo_k=01b0601751a2705b77b283e193e5cc80&fo_s=gplauk&gclid=Cj0KCQiA3-yQBhD3ARIsAHuHT66DKlR_aP7n2RdG_tjPrrdUrKKVPBabnzyUtMTwjfT91hu0aKfLVgoaAvJ7EALw_wcB https://m.shein.co.uk/Minimalist-Platform-Chunky-Ankle-Strap-Pumps-p-9483517-cat-1750.html?url_from=ukadplasx2112279446400246CN40_ssc&gbraid=0AAAAADm0yO5xzviIuIN75GQ9WBfwoVzzZ&gclid=Cj0KCQiA3-yQBhD3ARIsAHuHT65oO5GOTmYBE82aNVb4we4ILmcW092TcZqDzspjy-mgKdX1jM0KkIoaAt9DEALw_wcB&ref=www&rep=dir&ret=m https://www.lamoda.co.uk/index.php/guilty-chunky-platform-heels.html The first two are okay, the third is the U word. I know that the wearing of heels is back on the rise, it’s still like 7 in every hundred here. However more women are going back to a heel, one woman said it’s not until April she goes back to the office, but wants to get used to them, and she feels more comfortable in them than trainers. She is predicting that heels will go back on in a big way in the office and other environments as well once most of the restrictions are lifted. She said that it’s the 18-23 year olds leading the push, with the 30+ next. The 23-30 group will have to learn to walk in heels as they are mostly the trainer life. There’s some market data supporting this as some manufacturers have seen a spike in demand for heels, not only from women but men too.
  20. Found this website: https://www.mens-heels-revolution.com/Home/About Thoughts? It seems as if it’s good at heart, but is a small social engineering in there. The list of larger sized heel retailers is good.
  21. My plan is this, but reality may say different; Next purchase: https://www.onlymaker.com/products/pointed-toe-minimalistic-stretch-chunky-block-high-heels-ankle-booties https://www.onlymaker.com/products/2019-10-21-pointed-toe-stone-pattern-chunky-high-heels-darkseagreen-ankle-boots?variant=37210539983001 https://www.onlymaker.com/products/black-pointed-toe-chunky-ankle-boots then; https://www.onlymaker.com/products/sapphire-blue-suede-pointy-toe-stiletto-high-heel-ankle-boots https://www.onlymaker.com/collections/ankle-boots/products/red-suede-patent-leather-stitching-pointed-toe-ankle-boots https://www.onlymaker.com/collections/ankle-boots/products/pointed-toe-stiletto-heel-zipper-ankle-boots Thats the idea. I’m not only looking at OnlyMaker. There’s other manufacturers as well. Maybe 10-15 pairs, some variation in there too.
  22. Thanks! They are the long term focus. The focus now is to get confidence in what I have and what is going to come my way in terms of block heels. Get used to them in 4 inch height right now. Then once I’ve got them down, then in a time in the future move to a stiletto. They are just too damn cute not to. First to a stiletto boot then to a pump or Oxford style. Im planning on wearing heels with jeans, plain old mens jeans. I’m not interested in skirts or dresses. Heels then all male attire, with a more sort of androgynous style in there.
  23. That’s the thing. I’m above average for height, I’m 5ft 10in. The average here is 5ft 8in. The problem is that I’m loosing my battle with gravity early, plus the amount of walking/running I do is compressing my spine the way it does with long distance walkers/runners. I was 6ft, maybe just shy. Now I’m smaller. I want a little extra height, plus some. And I know it will help me with back pain, as it did recently. It won’t feel right for a long time, but eventually it will. From what folk have said and from what I’ve read, once I get into a pair of stiletto heels, it feels more natural in a odd way.
  24. That’s what I found funny when I was out in heels recently, the extra height was great, empowering. However getting used to being higher from the ground was fun. If I like the OnlyMaker fit, I’ve got lots of nice shoes in the wish list ready to buy, maybe after a few months of me wearing the ones I ordered.
  25. Couple more articles, some positive points too; https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/men-wearing-high-heels https://www.mandatory.com/living/1584097-women-are-falling-head-over-heelsfor-men-wearing-heels?amp
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