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Hi bluejay, thanks for the suggestion. I think i'd go for the skinny jeans which will fit me the most. Leggings arw fine but i really love denims of different shades.

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Nice heels.  They all look comfortable for walking.

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Looks like two different boots. Nice normal sightseeing attire.  

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Yes, they are two different boots. The first one has a 7 cm heel of the second 9 cm.

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Those 9cm boots are amazing, so powerful, probably pretty easy to walk in also

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8 hours ago, pebblesf said:

Those 9cm boots are amazing, so powerful, probably pretty easy to walk in also

I agree - but there is quite a lot of uneven ground and cobbles to negotiate, so some care is needed.   (The locations look to be Dubrovnik and Kotor - am I right?   Both are well worth a visit, in heels or not.)

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8 hours ago, Puffer said:

I agree - but there is quite a lot of uneven ground and cobbles to negotiate, so some care is needed.   (The locations look to be Dubrovnik and Kotor - am I right?   Both are well worth a visit, in heels or not.)

You are 100% right. We traveled for 4 days from Milan to Thessalonica.

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On ‎23‎.‎04‎.‎2017 at 7:37 PM, dagino said:

 

A perfect outfit, looks very authentic!

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I didn't end up going out in these heels as I am away for work so swapped for usual black shoes, but I wanted to share my pic.

If society was accepting I would wear this regularly to office work and around.  

The other picture is of a outfit that looks amazing.

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On 29/05/2017 at 6:16 AM, BFGheels said:

This is a neat look.& I believe you could definitely wear this out!

I wear heels and jeans in New Zealand (and we're right next door and pretty similar)

except I don't wear socks in my pumps.

 

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2 hours ago, nzfreestyler said:

 

Yer I don't wear sock usually either it's just that it was very cold and I had about 5 min to take the pick and change my shoes before heading to work.  See my other pics for my other shoes without socks. 

I would normally wear them straight or some hose but I didn't have any on me at the time

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First time I've uploaded photos of me in heels. I find these heels so comfy to walk around the house. I don't wear any outside as I'm not that comfortable or very open about it at the moment, in time I'd love to be able to tho...but first I'll take little step towards it :) 

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Spent the holiday afternoon working on DKM Hipper, 1/200 scale all paper model and forgot I was wearing these. Get engrossed on these model projects.

Shoes, my old 1969 two tones.

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On 31/01/2017 at 1:28 AM, CAT said:

Home Depot,,,, me too. Service is always better then when I'm in my daily work boots

Hey @CAT nice outfit, specially the boots. What make are they? They look like a really good fit. Shoe part doesn't look like it's bulging. Would love a pair!!! 

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Nice looking ship and the pumps are not bad either . Being a model builder myself , I have never seen a "crisp" paper model built and I must say I bet that takes a lot of practice to get one that nice . I build in "Gods Scale " 1/72nd . I do mostly WWII soft cabs to submarines . Seeing another brother in heels model building is most refreshing . I really enjoyed you post . Thank's for sharing ! Just out of curiosity what other ships have you built and what else do you build if any?

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1 hour ago, maninpumps said:

Nice looking ship and the pumps are not bad either . Being a model builder myself , I have never seen a "crisp" paper model built and I must say I bet that takes a lot of practice to get one that nice . I build in "Gods Scale " 1/72nd . I do mostly WWII soft cabs to submarines . Seeing another brother in heels model building is most refreshing . I really enjoyed you post . Thank's for sharing ! Just out of curiosity what other ships have you built and what else do you build if any ? 

Yes, two fine models - one in nice shoes too!   I'm also a model-maker (although not ships) and I'm puzzled by the 'all paper' description.   Is the model really made (entirely) from 'paper', which of course lacks rigidity without treatment?   I'm guessing that the principal component is in fact cardboard, i.e. laminated paper, but would be interested to know more about the materials used.

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It's card stock, go to papermodelers.com for more info. Kits of all types are displayed including building techniques are displayed. You will be amazed by what some of these result in.

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Hey JKrenzer, while I am not a model builder, like the others said, your work is very impressive! Nice shoes also.

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On 9/5/2017 at 4:58 AM, Bionicci said:

Hey @CAT nice outfit, specially the boots. What make are they? They look like a really good fit. Shoe part doesn't look like it's bulging. Would love a pair!!! 

They are Steve Maddens,,,,, I will look to see the name.   I bought them a year ago on sale from SM.  I have not seen them since 

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A new purchase I had received today. Bought them from Quiz for £29. Not my usual type of heel as I like them to be a lot higher but they are very nice so say the least! Been walking in them today and they felt good :) 

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Out for dinner in Key West, no issues on uneven sidewalks with a thicker heel.

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Out again, 4” heel boots, at Hogs Breath saloon.

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Great looking boots. How's key West doing with overall recovery?

 

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Key West is fine, the trailer parks in the middle keys took the hit.

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