helen2b wrote:I don't know if it is the frilly socks with those Mary Janes CBLP, but to my eye, they make those shoes look awfully childish. Something a mom might dress their 5 or 6 yr old daughter in.
CuteButLooksPregnant wrote:helen2b wrote:I don't know if it is the frilly socks with those Mary Janes CBLP, but to my eye, they make those shoes look awfully childish. Something a mom might dress their 5 or 6 yr old daughter in.
Point taken, but I still feel that Mary-Janes can be a shoe fashion that everyone who wants to, from little girl to grandmother, can and should use.
Ashley@Heart wrote:Thanks, I have seen these and liked them on one of the other girls. I can't tell you how much I am wishing hormones shrink my feet and height some.. hehe.. a pipe dream to be sure but I still cling to the hope that shopping at a regular shoe store might give me one or two shoes to pick from rather than zero.
Oh well back to picking up more underwear and deciding on new tops to try...
Rheya wrote:Chelsea boots are sort of unisex - or is that just me? Could work and still keep you sort of stealth. You would look tremendous in high heels, though.
Ashley@Heart wrote:But lately I have been finding that I can be drawn out and have a far more aggressively feminine side in private.
CuteButLooksPregnant wrote:wear the MJ's at home until you almost forget that you are wearing them. This may take days, weeks, or months, depending on your constitution. Then, you are ready to wear them out in public, and while out, almost forget that you are wearing them.
Ashley@Heart wrote:So shoes that make my feet look larger kind of drive me mad.. so does any other tall girls out there have suggestions for shoes that put a smile on their faces?
KohanaTheCat wrote:CuteButLooksPregnant wrote:The more sophisticated and adult-like version of cute, little girl Mary-Janes, the kind of adult MJ's that I often wear---
These are lovely. Where did you buy these from?
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