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bluejay last won the day on September 20 2016

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  1. JeffB, Glad to hear that you experienced some spring like weather. Not here in WNY. Last night we had rain to snow with 3" on the ground this morning. It was boot wearing weather, today with off and on snow showers and temps only in the low 30's. More snow over night with slippery roads for the Monday morning work commute. Hopefully spring will make an appearance here soon. BTW, nice look on your jaunt on Saturday. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  2. In my area there is a gas station, that you don't have to pre- pay for your gas unless you want a specific amount. You pump your gas then pay for it in cash only. No credit cards or debit cards are excepted for payment. There are always long lines at their pumps for cars to fill up on gas, as cash rules at this station. However for diesel fuel purchases you can pay with a credit card, even pre- pay at the pump. I have diesel powered trucks and equipment but I have a business account with the owner of this independent station and I pay with a company check for my fuel purchases. The reason that he takes credit cards for truckers is that he sells a lot of diesel fuel to tractor trailer drivers and when they fill up their 300 gal tanks, at $3.02 per gal that's a big chunk of change. That station still has the best prices for gasoline and diesel fuel in our whole area, except for the Indian reservation stations that charge no tax on fuel (New York State taxes) but truckers beware that New York State Department of Taxtation often parks near these reservation stations and pulls over the big rigs and checks their records to see if their filing their New York State fuel taxes with the State of New York. If they aren't, they're in big trouble with the State of New York. Those Tax men don't worry about cars, only the big truck rigs. And yes, there are many road side stands selling their home grown fruits and vegetables during the growing season, in my area. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  3. Heelster, You wear corduroy pants? That's a thing out of the past maybe 20-25 years ago. I haven't seen any man wearing corduroy pants in my area, in at least 20-25 years. Good dress pants will always be in style, and they are not old geezer pants, as you called them. Chinos are a basic style of pants for men and they come in lots of colors and fabrics. Stores like Macy's, Kohl's , Penny's, Sears carry lots of them. Walmart does too but basically their own brands..I like Dockers, brand which also make dress pants . Izod also makes great pants. I seldom wear jeans as that's what I was brought up in in the 50's and early 60's. Then they were called overalls or dungarees and I hated them growing up. As far as wearing colors, I'm not afraid to wear a pink, purple, yellow, green, orange or bright blue, in dress shirts. Even my 90 + year old, father-in-law wears those colors. Never has anyone said we were wearing a gay color. I have dress pants in royal blue, purple, red, yellow, white and green among other bright colors. I find men's dress pants in basic black and grey very boring. I'm considered a very fashionable dresser by both men and women. Yes, I do wear heels with my dress clothes, even when wearing a suit or a sports jacket, of which I have many bright colors, too. I guess that's what makes us different as we all have our own tastes, in clothing and shoes. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  4. I carried a purple cross body bag, for years. I carry it when I'm wearing a purple ensemble. Purple is a nice color. In fact it's my wife's favorite color. I have many pieces of clothing and heels in purple color, both men's and women's. My pride and joy is my purple men's blazer. When I wear that coat, I always get compliments from both the ladies and men. I even wear purple nail polish on my little pinkies. So guys don't be afraid to wear purple. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  5. MR.X Why not take them to a shoe cobbler and have them cut to fit your calf size. That will make them look much better on your legs. I bought a pair of dark red suede boots on clearance from Easy Spirit, supposedly regular calf size, but my legs were drowned in the boot calf size. It measured 18", which is a wide calf. I think Easy Spirit was trying to dump them off. I only paid $29.99 for them but was charged $65.00 to size them to a 15"calf size, at the shoe repair shop. Now they fit fine and look great on me. It was an expensive fix, but I liked the color and the style of the boots. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  6. Nice presentation! Love your look. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  7. Nice looking heels. I like your fishnet hose. Fishnets are a favorite of me too! Happy Heeling, bluejay
  8. I do have a pair of white heeled booties and a pair of white knee boots, and I do wear them out and about! I do get some compliments from my lady friends, even though I'm wearing white during the winter months. White shoes and boots are now in season all year long. They're definitely attention getters! Happy Heeling, bluejay
  9. Hey MackyHeels, Do you have a pair of those snake skin leggings? Do you wear them out? I have several pairs of Hue, faux leather leggings and I do wear them out and about with heeled shoes, booties and knee boots. I recently got a pair in silver/pewter. Look great with my black Aerosoles, "City Council" booties. 3-1/4" chunky heels. and a black fleece , long length, tunic 1/4 zip. Got a couple of compliments from my lady friends. And yes, I do have a pair of those white heeled booties, too. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  10. Well at least it was a guy wearing heels, flamboyant or not. I never heard of him either but my 21 year old grand-daughter knows of him. .Oh well to be 21 again! Happy Heeling, bluejay
  11. Rebel, surely added to the Trump controversy. But the thing that pushed our agenda out in front was his high heel, stiletto, white boots. Apparently, there were other male entertainers there also wearing heels, according to my grand-daughter. She told me this morning, "Grampa you would of fit right in" LOL Happy Heeling, bluejay
  12. Nice look JeffB. I've gotten compliments from both white women and black women and sometimes men too. I think that your right about black women being more style conscious. I still remember an encounter with a black woman a couple years ago in a Sears store. I was trying on a pair of heels and she told me that I really rock, in those shoes. BTW she was from Baltimore and a big Ravens fan, visiting her relatives. I had a Buffalo Bills polo shirt on. So a convo about football took place along with the shoe shopping. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  13. JeffB. I have a couple pairs of cable knit tights from Hue. Very warm when the temp is only in the teens for a high, which it was here the last several days. As far as leggings go for this time of the year, I'll wear my fleece lined leggings, when temps are that cold or wear tights under unlined leggings or skinny jeans. Got to keep your legs warm I bought several pairs of fleece lined leggings from Amazon, in a rainbow of colors to match with my colorful tops, I wear. They're relative inexpensive at $12.00 per pair. The only store that I've seen fleece lined or heavy weight leggings is Kohl's, but their color choices are limited to black, brown, dark grey, navy and denim. I wanted red, tan. purple, light blue, royal blue, teal, white, burgundy, taupe, yellow/ gold, orange and mauve. I got them all. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  14. Nice look JeffB. I like the grey and black color combo look, on your ensemble. Well done! Well it's cold and was snowy here, too. I went out wearing my UGGS, " Seldon" lined knee boots. These are not your ugly, UGGS boots that most of the girls wear about, these days. They are a nice looking leather, with back zippers and with the lining are very warm for cold weather wearing. With a 2" big block heel, they are great for winter weather. I have them in black and brown. Go great with leggings and skinny jeans. Happy Heeling, bluejay
  15. Nice look JeffB. I like the white sock look above your boots, that adds some bling to your ensemble. I wore a similar ensemble with my Born, black women's western style, pull on boots with 3-1/2" small block heels, grey leggings with a black heather color, 1/4 zip fleece top and a women's, black cropped leather jacket. I carried a grey leather cross body bag. I got a compliment on my look at the gas station filling up my tank. The gal clerk who sees me in heels often said, "nice look with the leggings and boots". Of course I thanked her, for the compliment. Thanks for the post and the pics too. Happy Heeling, bluejay
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