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WalkTall last won the day on December 18 2018

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  1. I think it's Melbourne based on the facebook posters profile. I should point out that the video is not mine, nor do I know the subject or the commentator. The commentator doesn't seem to approve, but many in todays West would simply shake their head and walk on, and some would be supportive. I have said before that what people wear and how they present themselves is up to them. People should be free to do and say what they wish so long as they don't infringe the rights and freedoms of others. However, society does have expectations, and if you push outside the envelope tooooo far, there are those who will take it upon themselves to push back. Society's norms change slowly, and I would argue that those who push the envelope are the main agent for change. the less stout of heart follow after? This young fellow is apparently attending a pride march. If 10% of western populations are gay, bi, or LGBT of some sort, you could argue that his outfit is really the male equivalent of a girl in hot pants or a mini? Having said that, I think the outfit is more appropriately clubwear than streetwear. So outfit critique, clothes and heels. Over to you.
  2. I just did a polish n brush on those knee boots - quite an improvement. Maybe its a girl thing that they wear lots of shoes, infrequently, and don't actually need to look after them. Blokes tend to be more prone to applying some polish and care to their (leather ones at least) footwear. I wouldn't be surprised if that polish wasn't one of the very few these boots have had in their life.
  3. Also from ebay - these might just be candidates for everyday wear (almost).
  4. Well I did get some knee high boots of ebay. Quite conservative - about a 2 1/2 inch heel. They are actually quite comfortable.
  5. My opinion? "If now I have an opportunity to wear haute couture and the things that make me feel beautiful, strong, fearless, feminine attractive… even if it was just for me. You cannot please everyone all of the time" Very true. As I said on my first post, I wish everyone could dress, say, and act as they wish so long as it doesn't affect anyone else's rights. Celine is doing just that. I might not like all of her fashion choices, but the point is they are her choices - more power to her.
  6. Well I did get some knee high boots of ebay. Quite conservative - about a 2 1/2 inch heel. They are actually quite comfortable.
  7. I do like them.... :-)
  8. Nope. No-one batted an eye. (I think I got noticed more earlier in Newtown sitting getting a mani-pedi).
  9. I had a look on fleabay - yes found some. But stiletto boots are on the wish list - if I see some 'love those ones' in my size at a good price, then maybe. but for the moment I'm working up the ladder so to speak. (Had a walk round the city today in my Taos booties - 2 1/2 inch heel and just plain jeans - didn't attract any undue attention and getting some practice in a noticeable (to look at and to wear) heel in a busy CBD mall - Sydney - was good). I think my next acquisition might be along these lines;
  10. Not yet, that will be a project for this evening (AM here atm).
  11. Why Thank You for the thought Sir. It is on my wish list to have some knee high boots with a stiletto heel. However I have small, but broad feet - what sort of toe do they have? Colours? Leather?
  12. Ah. https://jean-gaborit.com/gb/13-theatrical-and-costume-styles Would they do a heel though?
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