I do believe the original set would be fetching. BUT, you... require no adornments. ;)
How could anyone walk in something that tall? Oh, my broken ankle.B WoodmanIII
With black silk stockings... :-)
Dan - Aw, shucks!B Woodman - they're for me- not some burly fellow!Old NFO - Now you're talking!
I like the second pair. It's like a well-fitting bathing suit with empty fabric spaces in all the right places. Sexeh!!!
OrangeNeck - Well-said re: the peek-a-boo factor. Rowr.
No, sensible, a-hem, Mary Janes all the way!
Not being of a childish nature, I am definitely not into Mary Janes. Now, if you want to talk Jimmy Choo....
The rough pavement would kill me before I got from my car to the building. I'll stick with my boots and 2" European walking heels, thanks. Sigh. LittleRed1
Fatale, what have you done! You've... you've.... provided a very visual, beautiful leather motivation to hit the balance exercises in physical therapy even harder, that I may have enough stabilization muscles to walk in that last pair!Oh, whimper, the pain you bring to me - they better not stop making those before I can move well enough to dance in those! I must heal faster!
On a Wing - By all means, but we'll have to ferret out a more affordable substitution. They're breaking my heart. Srsly!
Oh, I refuse to acknowledge the cost of those - telling myself that a woman's reach must exceed her grasp, or what's a heaven for?Besides, I got myself a funky pinstriped hat to go with the cane. Now that I'm off the cane, I must progress to the next awesome accessory! Even if, for reasons of budget and ability to move, I go for my older love first - some awesome buckled black leather knee boots fit to tear up any goth club's dance floor...Because I'll still keep a picture of this around and push myself so that someday, I too will swish in spiked high heels with a lithe black dress!
Point taken, On a Wing-- and one day when you're tearing up the dance floor in impossible heels, I'll be right there with you in mine. Cheers, m'dear!
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