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10 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

The piano is a Weber, a nice, but not particularly expensive brand. I'm a life-long, adept guitar player, but just tinker around on the piano, though I'd like to get better. My daughter plays it well. 

Cellist here. I play AT a lot of instruments, but only play a handful competently. Shoes are Steve Madden "Barbb."

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Here's a comment, very hot my friend. 

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I've got a pair of sandals in the same shade, and I rather like them. Very understated, yet somehow girly. I cannot, however, endorse the combination of track pants with way dressier clothing on top. Something's rather jarring about it, especially with the heels. The jeans to me look much better, although I will never understand the "distressed" style. I suppose I wasn't meant to. Doesn't matter. Overall you present a striking look, whether I like the individual pieces or not.

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42 minutes ago, Jkrenzer said:

Here's a comment, very hot my friend. 

My thoughts exactly..

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7 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

These are 2 or 3 years old, another pair of Aldo, size 11, with track pants and an older photo in torn jeans. I prefer the track pants. The pink color is feminine as well as less attention-getting than dark colors. I've worn them many places, shopping at the mall, into Coach and H&M, at lunch and at a casino in Reno, Nevada, where I wore them to breakfast and checked out, dragging my luggage behind the clicking sounds. For some reason I've never had any comments on these heels.

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You look amazing, i actually prefer the ripped jeans but all of them look great, can’t believe you’ve not had any compliments on them 

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Whereas I prefer the more fashionable high rise of the track pants vs. the low rise of the jeans 

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On 2/13/2020 at 9:37 PM, fashionablefun said:

These are 2 or 3 years old, another pair of Aldo, size 11, with track pants and an older photo in torn jeans. I prefer the track pants. The pink color is feminine as well as less attention-getting than dark colors. I've worn them many places, shopping at the mall, into Coach and H&M, at lunch and at a casino in Reno, Nevada, where I wore them to breakfast and checked out, dragging my luggage behind the clicking sounds. For some reason I've never had any comments on these heels.

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I wore the exact above outfit today to lunch and shopping for a new bag at Coach, where I have purchased leather bags previously -- and this time I got a comment. The Asian sales associate was profusely complimentary about my shoes, telling me multiple times how much she loved them. She asked if I had purchased them there, at Coach, because she had an identical pair from the store. I told her I did not, that these were from Aldo, but she said they were a great color particularly for Spring and go well with a lot things. I feel like Asian women are more enthsiatic about high heels than Caucasians. 

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5 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

I wore the exact above outfit today to lunch and shopping for a new bag at Coach, where I have purchased leather bags previously -- and this time I got a comment. The Asian sales associate was profusely complimentary about my shoes, telling me multiple times how much she loved them. She asked if I had purchased them there, at Coach, because she had an identical pair from the store. I told her I did not, that these were from Aldo, but she said they were a great color particularly for Spring and go well with a lot things. I feel like Asian women are more enthsiatic about high heels than Caucasians. 

Great outfit and heels well done.

Your opinion about ethnic groups is more likely by happenstance rather true ideology. Woman of all types of backgrounds have opinions or preferences what they feel looks great or not. Can tell you from experience Asian females are less enthusiastic about heels or cutting edge fashion and less likely to compliment someone out of fear or shyness.

What you have experienced is someone who wears certain specific item be it leggings, top, hairstyle, or in your case pair of court heels in exact same colour. This affects another individual deeply in emotional level seeing someone other than them, wearing their favourite shoe. 

From my experience if i see some gal in same outfit i own and wear, maybe not that particular moment or time, it is profound effect mentally.  Have  two options compliment the other person, or get angry that there wearing same piece of attire i also own feeling there copycats, or looking stupid being around someone wearing the exact same thing.

Usually when woman notice me in a favourite piece of clothing they adore and own, often speak out or react to it. Remarking they love XYZ,  learning they have deeper connection towards me only because we wear the same fashion item style, colour etc... 

Rarely if not all the comments regardless of gender fashion rules women will need to share their opinion either with me or someone close by. Overheard many comments, "OMG, i have the same button shirt as he is wearing". response is often so what! While other person doesn't feel the sense of connection those who share the same item often believe there is special bond amongst us. Rarely do woman judge saying, "yeah, he's a man it's not right to be wearing them heels", or whatever else it might be. This is forgotten only the exact same item your wearing is focal point in their minds how wonderful to look upon.

While i keep to myself when fashionably attired do try keep my distance from females who i paint with wide brush being judgemental with my feminine outfits. If i always expect the worse reactions from  woman regarding my fashion sense, then i don't feel disappointed or bad with what i'm wearing. My reasoning not asking permission nor there opinions how i appear. 

While walking in a mall passed many woman shopping in my heel booties. Can't help overhear comments behind my back from others. Such as, lot laughter OMG! he has same brand booties i wear, more laughter.... Usually i walk away fast enough getting away from the crowds  myself not getting blocked from slower people thus passing all so i don't inflict more comments or negative judgemental opinions about my style.

SA females often mention whenever i purchase piece of clothing such as two pairs of leggings  that colours are complementary would go well together if one was a top rather amusing comments.

Most of the time i try to get new items to wear just when there introduced. So any likelihood being stopped or commented upon that they own the same item usually isn't likely to happen. For one thing same woman who see me daily basis in new outfit colour style they will be less likely to copy or purchase when observing me  in it initially. While the response from same woman i observe often is anger or judgemental disapproval only because they want to wear something unique and i spoiled there chance seeing me in it first. Suppose i can enjoy some judgemental ladies gritting their teeth stewing there anger observing my new outfit. In a way it's my payback for most females for judging my style as negative teasing them with smart coloured outfit.  

The best response is silence and ignoring me when i wear new outfit. When i observe the same haters daily females reaction seemingly don't care about my outfit. Yet fun to watch over time many beginning to wear the same item hiding themselves ashamed to be seen by my eyes. Only because they liked the outfit initially and had to buy it for themselves. 

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9 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

I feel like Asian women are more enthsiatic about high heels than Caucasians. 

I think it makes a good deal of difference where you are in the country, and whether the Asian is an import or a domestic. I can tell you that Asians born and raised in Asia, or at least Southeast Asia, are way more likely to wear high heels on a regular basis than are people of Asian descent who were born in the West. Of course, that's a very broad statement and can be disputed quite easily on an individual basis, but that's the general feeling I've gotten being married to a Vietnamese and having visited Vietnam 12 times. I think the same largely applies to other Asians, too. I know the Koreans love their heels as well. And very short skirts.

The three people who are the most truly enthusiastic about me wearing heels are all Vietnamese, ranging in age from 24 to 44, none of them were born in the U.S, but all of them actually wear heels, like, all the time. Also, none of them are my wife, who is less than enthusiastic about my heel wearing. There are a couple of white ladies who are a close second in their enthusiasm, they are both in their mid-50s, and neither of them have ever worn heels to any real extent at all. Go figure.

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Great outfit @fashionablefun, I especially like the second pictures, a look that I would love to present !

well done !

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12 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

 I can wear them around my wife, which is a plus.

What is it about these boots that make them acceptable to your wife? Or is it more what they are not? They are clearly beyond the height range of anything close to average.

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5 hours ago, mlroseplant said:

What is it about these boots that make them acceptable to your wife? Or is it more what they are not? They are clearly beyond the height range of anything close to average.

I had the same thought.

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12 hours ago, mlroseplant said:

What is it about these boots that make them acceptable to your wife? Or is it more what they are not? They are clearly beyond the height range of anything close to average.

 

7 hours ago, RonC said:

I had the same thought.

Though 4.5 niches high, I think it's just that these are chunky heels and not thin, which for her, are inappropriate. 

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I was going to guess a) They are not pumps, and b) they are not stilettos. I was pretty close!

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Hmm.  I guess I can see that, though at 4 inches, they certainly fall on the more feminine side of things, yet she is ok with that.  I'd be perfectly content if that were the case for me!

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These boots are nice. The heel isn’t so high. Maybe would look more “man” with longer pants (?) 

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13 hours ago, Pierre1961 said:

These boots are nice. The heel isn’t so high. Maybe would look more “man” with longer pants (?) 

It definitely does look less feminine with longer pants and I have worn the boots that way. However shorter pants is definitely a fashion trend for both men and women and I own a lot of pants in that style. 

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On 3/4/2020 at 5:57 PM, fashionablefun said:

These Aldo boots are a couple years old, but I like them. Size 11. I can wear them around my wife, which is a plus. I've worn them often, to the University where I teach, shopping, lunch, etc. I've received an occasional positive comment on them, from women primarily. 

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I have always like Aldo boots, and those look great and can be worn with most anything.....Sounds like even the wife approves, which is a bonus for sure

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Not a lot happening on this forum recently, so I thought I'd find an old photo and upload. These are Jessica Simpson, size 11. I like the block heel and apparently so do others, because I've gotten positive comments more than once. Twice at gas stations/convenience stores. Once last winter a woman also pumping gas, glanced at my shoes and said, "I don't wear my girl shoes much at this time of year." I should have said, "It doesn't't stop me," but I missed it and instead just made a general comment about the weather. On another occasion, I went into the convenience store to buy a drink and a woman told me outside how much she liked my shoes -- and then commented again inside, asking me where I got them. 

 

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3 hours ago, fashionablefun said:

 These are Jessica Simpson, ...

I have come to adore my 2 pair of Jessica Simpson stilettos, once I found ones in size 13 (hard to do). I have them in black & nude napa. Always on the lookout for more in my size. Wore my black ones out today for a visit with my bank & a stop by JC Penney's to find an outfit for my dentist appointment next month. I got plenty of notices as they do make a distinctive sound, but no one bothered to say anything...

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On 3/7/2020 at 5:17 PM, pebblesf said:

I have always like Aldo boots, and those look great and can be worn with most anything.....Sounds like even the wife approves, which is a bonus for sure

Great outfit

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