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Helen Your Questions About Heels Without Heel

Helen asks…

Do women feel comfortable wearing heels on their bare feet?

I love women in stockings but I find it more sexy when women wears high heels (especially pointy and closed toe and not a mule or sling back) with no stockings. Just their bare feet (love to see sexy toe cleavage) Do you ladies feel comfortable wearing heels without stockings?

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Yepp
i never wear stockings

Sandra Your Questions About Heels Without Heel

Sandra asks…

How do you walk in heels without feeling like a giraffe?

When i walk in heels i feel like a towering building, and on top of that even fatter. How do i walk in heels with confidence? what exactly would be the best kind of heels to start in? what do you like about wearing your heels? I’m 5’3 by the way

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Start with lower heels, say an inch or so. Then move up a half inch at a time. Walk in them for a few weeks to a month, this will give you time to get used to the new height. Also remember to walk heel to toe like you would in your low shoes, this keeps you from looking or sounding like a tromping horse, but don’t slam your heel down as you walk or you could snap your high heel or twist you ankle. Also, don’t start with pointy heels, go for something a bit more sturdy until you are comfortable walking in them.
I’m 5’6″+ a bit, but i like the way heels make my legs look in skirts and the way my pants hang better.

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