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On 2/28/2021 at 10:15 AM, Isolathor said:

New boots from England:

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Quite the boots - really quite marvelous. Hopefully you helped her zip them up, doesnt look like there was much give. 

On 2/27/2021 at 12:25 AM, bailey said:

Soon to be mine...🙂

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wow. lets see 'em in action!

 

On 2/27/2021 at 8:50 PM, Thighboots4 said:

FSJ boots and leather. 

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This pair looks great. Must be a nice comfy and solid wear. 

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4 hours ago, jeremy1986 said:

Quite the boots - really quite marvelous. Hopefully you helped her zip them up, doesnt look like there was much give. 

wow. lets see 'em in action!

 

This pair looks great. Must be a nice comfy and solid wear. 

Great outfit for sure!

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THOSE ARE FLIPPIN FANTABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GIVE IT UP,,,,, WHERE DID YOU ORDER THEM FROM!!!!!!!!!!!

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I got my blue suede stiletto booties last fall. Those will stand out in a crowd! Love the color but too many straps for me.

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2 hours ago, CAT said:

THOSE ARE FLIPPIN FANTABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GIVE IT UP,,,,, WHERE DID YOU ORDER THEM FROM!!!!!!!!!!!

I found them on Poshmark but are originally from shoedazzle. 

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5 hours ago, Isolathor said:

One pair of straps is missing? 4 in 2nd picture and 5 in the 1st picture?

I removed them as soon as I received them. I like the look with the fewer straps. Good observation though.😁

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One way to make every female in the joint envious is to arrive wearing these on Saturday night!

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Being mentally comfortable in your own mind is the key to wearing heels in public.

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Got another pair of those Cuban Heels I got a few weeks ago, this time in suede, just need to waterproof them now. Went one size further down to a 9UK/43EU and I like the tighter feel now, no heel slippage.

I also got a pair of Chelsea style Snakeskin effect ones (https://www.shuperb.co.uk/club-cubano-mccartney-mens-leather-winklepicker-cuban-heel-boots-python-p17951) and they look the part.

2.5 inch, maybe to 3.25 inch may be my daily height, I am looking at a pair of Miguel Jones cowboy boots, with a 3.75-4 inch heel. If they can do a conical heel I’d love that. Something that gives a nice click.

Going for my vaccine today, so will be driving a decent distance, same for walking and encountering stairs for the first time, both up and down. 

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I can report that yesterday’s outing was a success. Driving is no issue, I feel safer driving in heels than without. Got out the car, the click is assuredly loud enough in the car park. Going down the stairs was easy, hold the handrail - right? On the cobbled floor walking was easy, then got to the venue, loads of flooring changes, nice slippery surfaces, the heel click was beautiful. Got checked in, got my shot of the AstraZeneca, then waited 10 minutes as I was driving, it’s different and difficult to imagine the venue is where I’ve seen some of my favourite bands/artists play to massive crowds. Then the longish walk back to the car, the heel click is something I’m getting addicted to, got some looks from some blokes, got a thumbs up from a woman who was wearing brown 5.5 inch heel boots. Again, apart from going shopping or going for a jab, folks here are getting dressed for going out. The stairs were again no issue going up. Then the drive home. I almost fell in the door as I misplanted a heel and didn’t get any on the step going in the house.

I look forward to every time I can wear my heels now. Now my suede pair are waterproof now, I can wear them.

Now for the side affects of the vaccine. Stiff/sore shoulder, sore back, feeling a little foggy in the brain like I’ve got a cold. One step closer to being able to go shopping for nice jeans/trousers to show my heels off more and possibly buy some more heels in a shop setting.

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I hope you do better than I did with the vaccine. I had it last Wednesday.  The following day for me was a total write off. Felt absolutely horrible. Thankfully it lasted only the day...

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I had the Pfizer last month. Slight arm soreness and a day of flu like symptoms. Amongst my friends, who have had both Pfizer and O-AZ, reactions have varied from no problem at all to a few days of flu like symptoms. All well within normal range and far better than catching Covid with all its risks.

Just seen a very positive report of the O-AZ jab trials in the USA. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-56479462

Let's hope that the manufacturers can scale up production and get the various vaccines to everyone in all countries quickly. And that the virus doesn't mutate in a way that overtakes the vaccines.

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2 hours ago, VirginHeels said:

I can report that yesterday’s outing was a success. Driving is no issue, I feel safer driving in heels than without. Got out the car, the click is assuredly loud enough in the car park. Going down the stairs was easy, hold the handrail - right? On the cobbled floor walking was easy, then got to the venue, loads of flooring changes, nice slippery surfaces, the heel click was beautiful. Got checked in, got my shot of the AstraZeneca, then waited 10 minutes as I was driving, it’s different and difficult to imagine the venue is where I’ve seen some of my favourite bands/artists play to massive crowds. Then the longish walk back to the car, the heel click is something I’m getting addicted to, got some looks from some blokes, got a thumbs up from a woman who was wearing brown 5.5 inch heel boots. Again, apart from going shopping or going for a jab, folks here are getting dressed for going out. The stairs were again no issue going up. Then the drive home. I almost fell in the door as I misplanted a heel and didn’t get any on the step going in the house.

I look forward to every time I can wear my heels now. Now my suede pair are waterproof now, I can wear them.

Now for the side affects of the vaccine. Stiff/sore shoulder, sore back, feeling a little foggy in the brain like I’ve got a cold. One step closer to being able to go shopping for nice jeans/trousers to show my heels off more and possibly buy some more heels in a shop setting.

I assume that the boots you were wearing are those with cuban heels of around 2.5"?   If so, they should give you no trouble when walking on normal surfaces or negotiating stairs etc, but the modest elevation will feel a little strange at first.   I'm surprised that people even noticed them, let alone reacted, unless your gait was perhaps a little awkward or (more likely) the heels were particularly 'clicky'.   But no harm done and all seems positive and encouraging!   (I had very similar experiences when I first wore cuban heels about 12 years ago - a little unnerving at first but the sky didn't fall in, and nor did I.   But my heels were rubber and much quieter.)

On Friday, I went shopping locally in my ASOS Recite boots (3.9" blocky heel), worn under bootcut jeans.   No issues at all in what was a good mile's trek to and from the shops.   Yes, I expect the fact that I was wearing heels that were a little noisier and narrower and much higher than those intended for men would have been apparent to anyone closely observing me from behind, but I didn't detect anything.   And nor did I care anyway; I was comfortable and confident.   But do I have enough courage to wear the same boots fully visible with ordinary-length straight jeans?   I want to do so but can't quite grasp the opportunity, at least not in my home area.

As others have said, the effects of the Covid jab seems to vary.   My AZ was fine, with just a little soreness at the point of penetration for 24 hours.   My wife likewise with Pfizer.

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They are quite clicky, the right one especially. I’m experiencing the same, the sky don’t fall in.

Im planning a pair of MJ cowboy boots with a 3.75 inch heel. Something with a bit of a click. Once we are allowed out again, I’m going to a discount outlet where there’s tons of names and tons of deals. I’m overhauling my wardrobe, want items that will be with me for decades now. Might see a pair of higher heels I like there.

Im tired now, the vaccine is killing me, just tiredness and sore body parts now, and a brain fog. 

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I got the pfizer shots...

first one, sore arm for 2 days

second shot, sore arm 1 day, foggy for 3 days

My daughter had about the same results when she got her pfizer shots in January. 

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1 hour ago, Cali said:

I got the pfizer shots...

first one, sore arm for 2 days

second shot, sore arm 1 day, foggy for 3 days

My daughter had about the same results when she got her pfizer shots in January. 

I get my second pfizer this Sat. Foggy, how bad?

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1 hour ago, Jkrenzer said:

I get my second pfizer this Sat. Foggy, how bad?

Lazy, no energy, just didn't want to do anything for 3 days. I had 160 exams to grade and didn't want to look at them. Paying the price now.  No fever, running noise, or anything like that.

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7 hours ago, VirginHeels said:

Im planning a pair of MJ cowboy boots with a 3.75 inch heel. Something with a bit of a click.

I ordered a pair of MJ boots in February with 4” heels.  I hear he has about a 2 month turnaround, and I am getting excited in anticipation.  

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3 hours ago, p1ng74 said:

I ordered a pair of MJ boots in February with 4” heels.  I hear he has about a 2 month turnaround, and I am getting excited in anticipation.  

Can’t wait to see them!!

Im looking at a 13 or 16 inch shaft, 3.75 or even 4 inch heel, conical or his thin heel in ostrich leather for the foot and another leather for the shaft with no embroidery, apart from on top of the foot. Looking at that butterscotch colour with natural coloured heel/sole.

They will be my party/going to gigs heels. My Tony Lamas with a 1 5/8 inch heel are like wearing flats now.

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I've had both Pfizer shots.  First one a little soreness in the arm at injection site.  Second one I had much more soreness and it lasted a couple days.  No other impacts.  Wife had her second Pfizer today.  First one nothing, but she said her arm hurts a bit today.

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I bet the boots in red will look spectacular!  

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Being mentally comfortable in your own mind is the key to wearing heels in public.

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22 hours ago, Thighboots4 said:

Just received my tallest pair of boots. So pleased I just ordered them in red too. 47F486F1-5DFF-4BDA-971E-1779285FDD5C.thumb.png.67f18c7628cf2bfcb99f71c40bfee6ff.png

They are stunning, and fit your great legs perfectly, extremely powerful outfit....What brand/size are they?

On 3/22/2021 at 8:41 PM, RonC said:

I've had both Pfizer shots.  First one a little soreness in the arm at injection site.  Second one I had much more soreness and it lasted a couple days.  No other impacts.  Wife had her second Pfizer today.  First one nothing, but she said her arm hurts a bit today.

Just got my second moderna shot yesterday..No issues except a very sore arm, so far....

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