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  1. What were your first ever pair of heels. For the guys 1970's platforms dont count. my first pair were a pair of pleaser sandals with a 7.5'' heel and 4'' platform. that was 10 years ago How i managed to walk in them at all let alone 5 miles is beyond me. they were actually quiet comfortable
  2. I too have a bad back suffering with various ailments. i was also born with canal stenosis which has only just been diagnosed (im 54yrs old) my rhematologist to me that wearing heels releaves the pressure which in turns allows any inflamation to subside. He also advised me not to wear heels all the time due to other problems developing. My advice is not to wear heels to high. i find 3-4 inch is great. i also prefer a flexible sole. Block heels are easier to walk in but if you wear stiletto heels just take more care. dont be worried on others opinions. if anyone says anything just be polite. A lot of women will actually say that they like your shoes. some will even say that they couldnt even walk in them. Just be normal and you will be OK. At least you will be siffering less pain.
  3. My back problems are 5 slipped disc's, ankolising spondalytus, osteoarthritus and i was also born with canal stenosis. I hate taking painkillers but i have just ordered some DMSO so i can give that a try. Even my rhematologist said that the heels will releave pain as they are releaving the pressure on my slipped discs. All he said is not to live in them as they can cause other problems. I find that the heels make me stand more upright as well. Oh and i have just ordered myself some nice new peeoptoe booties
  4. OK. So i started wearing heels to fundraise for charity. over the new year (2018/19) i raised over £1000 for the british lung foundation. i have since found that wearing heels for long periods help relieve the pain in my spine. It has now come to a point where i am enjoying wearing heels on an almost daily basis. I find i am most comfortable i heels around 3-4 inches high or 5'' with a platform. i do prefer the flex of a single sole though. i love my peeptoe boots as well as my normal boots. i also have some t-bar and mary-jane shoes that i like. Do i care what other people think? Like hell do i. I just do what i want. if people dont like my heels, tough shit. I now find im wearing heels because i like wearing them and i feel confident wearing them. this is my latest purchaes although i have removed the bling
  5. It is a known fact that if you wear sandals or any open toe footwear in really cold weather that you will end up with really cold toes especially if you go bare footed. in the colder months i wear boots or shoes. a couple of months ago i purchased a lovely pair of open toe sandal boots. i am really looking forward to the warmer months so i can consign my boots to the cupboard and enjoy wearing my open toe sandal boots. i actually own two pairs of sandal boots. i really like the design as they have the support of a boot but allow air around your feet like a pair of sandals.
  6. if the above link wont work try this link http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/woman-seen-walking-up-wales-highest-peak-wearing-high-heels-in-wintry-conditions/story-30034207-detail/story.html
  7. I came across this article in my local paper. It has given me an idea for a new challenge https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1348146491924600&id=460357840703474
  8. My new Ugg boots have just arrived from Australia. this is the link. www.uggbootsforall.com it is the second pair i have ordered from this company. when i ordered the first pair i had to pay over £20 import taxes etc. this time i never had to pay any form of duty whatsoever. im not complaining because £100 for a pair of Ugg boots is a bargain even i enbded up paying the duties. has anyone ever experienced the same thing? cant think why this has happened
  9. i my opinion it is a wise idea to reguarly switch between flats and heels. also dont stick to the same height of heels all the time. try to vary the height between 2.5 and 4 inch for regular use on a daily basis and save the skyscrapers for the special events. my comfortable height for daily wear is between 2.75 and 3.75 inch. 4 inch is ok for 5 or 6 hours. i keep the higher heels for special occasions and fundraising. block heels are also a lot easier to walk in and also safer. they also need less maintainence. if i was to wear stilettos on a daily basis they would need to be re tipped around every 2 weeks with plastic tips or 6 weeks with metal tips. chunky heels will last me around 3 months in constant use. you will also find that some heels will benefit from insoles. sometimes you will find heels more comfortable wearing nylons. personally if im wearing peeptoes i like to go bare foot but when wearing pumps or boots i like to wear nylons but this depends on the weather
  10. Although velcro is a very good invention it is not always perfect in every situation. i have a pair of block heel sandal boots that i love wearing. the strap at the back is secured by a small bit of velcro. the problem is that it sometimes comes undone when walking around. i am lucky that the boots also have front lace fastening. i then came up with the idea that i can get away by permantly securing the back strap and use the laces. what i done was put a good dollop of superglue on the velcro then secured it to the desired position. hey presto. so far this has been sucessful. i now feel a lot safer without having to worry if the back strap comes undone
  11. Here are some pics of me in my new sandal boots. They fit great and are so comfortable and easy to walk in. Im looking forward to next year so I can wear them when the weather is more appropiate. In the meantime I will have to make do wearing them round the house They are made by Christian Siriano for Payless
  12. My new sandal boots arrived today. they are so comfortable and fit great. They will be great for the summer months
  13. cant remember if i donr it or not but here goes Name = Kevin Age = 51 Gender = Male Location = swansea, UK Occupation = self employed gardener Height = 6 feet Weight = 14 stone aprox Shoe size = average uk10 What's your favourite heel style = Block What's your favourite shoe style = peeptoe boots Do you wear your heels outside = depends on what im doing What is: (a) Your favourite heel height: = 3.5" (a) Your highest heel height: = 7'' How often do you wear: (a) Your favourite heel height = most days (a) Your highest heel height = charity walks only Do you wear socks, hose, stockings or bare feet with your shoes = black pop socks, footsies or bare feet Anything else you wish to add = i started to wear heels to fundraise but after finding they held releive my back pain i now wear them daily
  14. well it is over 2 years since i done the month in heels challenge. i wore the heels for the whole month with no pain whatsoever. my back was transformed and i was a lot more agile. here are the heels i wore for the month for the last 2 or 3 months i have plucked up courage to wear heels on a daily basis. i am doing very well and i have no pain at all. here are some more pics of my daily wear heels. the beige sandal boots are currently on order. heel heights range from 2.75'' with no platform to 3.75'' with a platform
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