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As promised, some pictures of my New pair of boots, 7cm heels (with 1.5cm plateform ;) ) very confortable and easy to walk in...at 18€ (with a bargain) i could not let them pass!

 

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Very nice! Understated and masculine too.

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On 29/01/2018 at 7:04 PM, Shyheels said:

Very nice! Understated and masculine too.

 

12 hours ago, jeremy1986 said:

Well done, @Peter1, they look great. As @Shyheels said, quite masculine and low key. Enjoy them!

Thanks you for your nice comments :) 

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Peter, those boots and jeans look great buddy!  Powerful, masculine, this outfit could be worn anywhere, you will receive compliments for sure...

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18 hours ago, pebblesf said:

Peter, those boots and jeans look great buddy!  Powerful, masculine, this outfit could be worn anywhere, you will receive compliments for sure...

Thanks for this encouragement to wear them out :) 

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Nobody would ever notice, or care. They look perfectly presentable. Nice boots.

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Walk around with those shoes, nobody is going to notice those as women's shoes. Nice simple boots, wear them with confidence.

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3 hours ago, Shyheels said:

Nobody would ever notice, or care. They look perfectly presentable. Nice boots.

 

2 hours ago, Cali said:

Walk around with those shoes, nobody is going to notice those as women's shoes. Nice simple boots, wear them with confidence.

Thanks a lot, hope that this nice comments help me to decide me getting out in them ! even if the heel is low and the style is something masculine, i'm sure that people who make a look on it will see that is women's shoes ^^

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4 minutes ago, Peter1 said:

 

Thanks a lot, hope that this nice comments help me to decide me getting out in them ! even if the heel is low and the style is something masculine, i'm sure that people who make a look on it will see that is women's shoes ^^

Peter

I'm hoping you will venture out in these boots, trust us when we say no one is going to recognize them as "women's boots".  I

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When I wear my Madden Girl Krisis (below) I have had men ask me where I got them, they want a boots like that.  Peter, just be prepared with an answer.

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Those are very nice boots too. Sort of a mix of engineer and cowboy boots with quite a passage heel - enough to give it a desirable bit of raffishness. I'm not surprised to hear guys ask where you got them.

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I have two cognac pairs and one black pair. I bought the extra cognac and the black one when I saw them on clearance...missed the grey pair. Real easy to walking, even run in, comfortable and great for dancing!

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I can see why you would have picked up several pairs. A nice boot, one for all occasions - well worth having spares.

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I have learned a lot about women's fashion. Style's come and go real fast, if you find something you like you have to get them while they are still available.  Missed out of some great heels that are never coming back. So I have learned if something fits great, get multiple colors before they are gone.   Maybe that's why I have almost 50 pairs of high heels...

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It's a good rule to follow with a lot of things, but of course especially with fickle fashion. 

A few years ago I passed up the opportunity to buy myself a second pair of rather old-fashioned but exquisitely made French bicycle pedals. I already had a pair, why get two. God I wish I had. Utterly unobtainable now...

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Ordered these today. Found them on urbanplanet.ca on clearance. I am not usually into the lower block heel but I saw a woman wearing a similiar pair and liked the look. Thought maybe the top could be turned down and worn under a looser fitting jean. This could be my first step out into public with a rather inconspicuous heel depending on the heel coverage.

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How high are the heels, and do the zippers go all the way up.

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I like the block heel. I can't imagine you would suffer any notoriety from wearing them, although I should think stuffing an over-the-knee boot under your jeans would be a bit of a faff. 

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35 minutes ago, Cali said:

How high are the heels, and do the zippers go all the way up.

The heel is only 3" and I believe the zipper may go all the way to the top. They may or not be able to be folded down to be below the knee. If not no loss because I still like the OTK look and they will look good with skinny jeans.

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I like full zippers, half-zippers just doesn't work for me.  I'm trying to get up the nerve to wear my OTK boots to work.

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I wore mine - heavy grey suede, biker style, low heel - to pick up a takeaway curry just last night, busy high street and busy shop and I sincerely doubt anybody noticed. I certainly didn't notice anybody noticing - in fact I never really gave it a thought; I never do.

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The one's I want to wear to work are Nine West brown suede with a 4 inch heel.  Certain that if I wore these on the outside somebody might notice.

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Maybe.

But it wouldn't exactly rock city hall...

Most people seem to be in their own little bubble. 

A town near me has a mediaeval battle reenactment every year and people walk along the footpaths in mediaeval battle dress and nobody seems to notice...

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2 hours ago, Cali said:

The one's I want to wear to work are Nine West brown suede with a 4 inch heel.  Certain that if I wore these on the outside somebody might notice.

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These look wonderful! I have some knee high Nine West boots, and love how comfortable they are.

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These aren't new, I've have had them for about 6-7 yrs, but I've never wore them out until now, so there is that  LOL.  The thigh boot in general is a bit bold for me to wear, and they are kind of hard to walk in, even with a platform they have a very steep incline and a narrow base .  I wore them early in the morning to a place where I knew there would not be many people around.  :)  

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Those look quite nice. They meld very nicely with your jeans and look quite classy. I am usually lot a fan of platforms but those boots overall look quite nice. And as I say they go quite nicely with the jeans. 

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23 hours ago, bnchmrk said:

Ordered these today. Found them on urbanplanet.ca on clearance. I am not usually into the lower block heel but I saw a woman wearing a similiar pair and liked the look. Thought maybe the top could be turned down and worn under a looser fitting jean. This could be my first step out into public with a rather inconspicuous heel depending on the heel coverage.

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You should absolutely wear them out,,,,,,,,, with leggings or skinny jeans tucked inside!!!

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On ‎03‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 5:00 AM, bnchmrk said:

Ordered these today. Found them on urbanplanet.ca on clearance. I am not usually into the lower block heel but I saw a woman wearing a similiar pair and liked the look. Thought maybe the top could be turned down and worn under a looser fitting jean. This could be my first step out into public with a rather inconspicuous heel depending on the heel coverage.

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Wow, @bnchmrk - these look great. Am sure they will look stunning along with your trademark mini skirts/dresses. They are really tasteful and look very comfy to wear.

 

On ‎03‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 6:47 AM, Cali said:

I like full zippers, half-zippers just doesn't work for me.  I'm trying to get up the nerve to wear my OTK boots to work.

I actually like the half zippers more - I feel it gives more form to the shaft and I enjoy the sensation of pulling the boots up my legs.

Hope you get to wear your OTK (or knee high) boots to work soon. Choose a quieter day and test the waters.... 

 

On ‎03‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 7:03 AM, Shyheels said:

I wore mine - heavy grey suede, biker style, low heel - to pick up a takeaway curry just last night, busy high street and busy shop and I sincerely doubt anybody noticed. I certainly didn't notice anybody noticing - in fact I never really gave it a thought; I never do.

Good for you, @Shyheels !! Your first? Did you wear them over your skinny jeans?

On ‎03‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 8:48 AM, Cali said:

The one's I want to wear to work are Nine West brown suede with a 4 inch heel.  Certain that if I wore these on the outside somebody might notice.

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Are these them, or just a sample? Really nice!!

15 hours ago, hhboots said:

These aren't new, I've have had them for about 6-7 yrs, but I've never wore them out until now, so there is that  LOL.  The thigh boot in general is a bit bold for me to wear, and they are kind of hard to walk in, even with a platform they have a very steep incline and a narrow base .  I wore them early in the morning to a place where I knew there would not be many people around.  :)  

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These look great @hhboots! How high is the heel? I agree, the platform isn't always the most elegant look, but they are certainly trendy, look great and make the walk a little easIer!
Sounds like you should be wearing them more often :cheeky:

 

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