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Yet more reaction to my Asos leopard print boots. My wife and I went to an event in central London last night. We spoke to a woman who was wearing some very sparkly 3" stiletto shoes. She said she had seen me on the way from the tube to the venue and had hoped to meet the guy in the leopard boots.

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That’s a nice reaction. It is these kinds of interactions, and fun but tasteful heels that will win over the rank and file - not the bizarre spectacles on display in fashion shows and the attendant media surrounding them.

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1 hour ago, at9 said:

Yet more reaction to my Asos leopard print boots. My wife and I went to an event in central London last night. We spoke to a woman who was wearing some very sparkly 3" stiletto shoes. She said she had seen me on the way from the tube to the venue and had hoped to meet the guy in the leopard boots.

On offer right now at £49.00. All sizes except UK12.   3" heel claimed.   Does your wife approve of them - and of men in heels in general?

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My wife likes them and is happy to see me out and about in heels.

We were talking to another woman at the event who was wearing unusual heels which turned out to be by John Fluevog. See screencap for style of heel. Hers were ankle boots. She also liked my boots. Not sure I like the JF heels but it makes a nice change to see something different.

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I only used the photo to illustrate the heel. The boots she was wearing were fairly conventional, slightly pointy toe ankle boots with no platform.

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This is weird. I walked up our local high street today. The brand new OTK boots that I didn't buy are now in the window of a different charity shop, still with tags and packing. Unless there are two pairs of identical boots that were given to different charity shops, or possibly somebody bought them at the first shop, didn't like them (which is understandable) and gave them to the second shop.

In the first charity shop there's now another pair of boots in the window marked as size 10. These are knee high, pull-on, not new. i don't much like the look of them so I'm not going to bother trying them.

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Walked past the first charity shop again today. There was a pair of UK10 ankle boots in the window. Approx 3" heels. I might go past again tomorrow and try them on though I don't really need any ankle boots at the moment.

There's obviously somebody, probably a woman though you never know, with UK10 feet who has given assorted footwear to a local charity shop. Or it could be an estate clearance.

The other 2 pairs of UK10 boots I mentioned before are still in their respective charity shops.

PS: The forum merged this with my previous reply.

Tried them on today. Couldn't even zip them up. Guessing that they are US women's 10, about UK8. I'm nominally UK9/EU43. Didn't note the brand.

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