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    Michelle Skylar
    Registered On: March 18, 2021
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    It’s been a challenging year to say the least. Yesterday for the first time this year I finally had some me time to get fully dressed head to toe. I laid everything out and put on the first outfit and finished it off with my 4 inch red pump heels. I stood up and took a step forward and…TIMBER, I nearly face plant. Luckily there was something I was able to grab onto and avert disaster. When I bought these heels I actually had gotten pretty good at walking in them. I could ballance on one foot, spin and walk without thinking about it. After a year of not wearing them it was almost like learning it all over again. So I regrouped and stood up and ballanced myself and took small steps that eventually became normal steps but no spinning or anything else crazy. In all it was a wonderfull afternoon that was very much needed. I also now have a favorite bra, a strapless extra coverage that holds my forms beautifully.

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      Wendy Me
      Registered On: July 20, 2020
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      To me the biggest challenge with 4″ heels was going down stairs, going up was easy, down not so much. Strapless I would slip them off at the top and slip them back on at the bottom.

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      Lacy Satin
      Registered On: June 27, 2018
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      Sounds like you had a lot of fun.

      I have a number of pairs of heels and some I can wear without any problem, even twirling in my dress while wearing them. I have a couple of pair of heels that I swear the heel is off center and I almost fall over trying to walk in them.

      I’m really just happy wearing 3″ or less heels. I don’t feel any less feminine in shorter heels.

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      Yvette Novack
      Registered On: October 31, 2020
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      Honey girl, it’s best to try wearing those heels around the house every week for a few hours. Hugs and kisses.

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      Liara Wolfe
      Registered On: August 14, 2021
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      Yes heels can be a challenge at times. Glad you were able to catch your self and not get hurt.

      Hugs, Liara

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      Jane Holliday
      Registered On: December 14, 2021
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      Michelle, I feel your pain. It was a decade and a half for me. I bought an outfit for my “Halloween costume” and was going to CD for the first time in over a decade and a half, and bought a pair of black heel boots to go with them. When I CD in the past, I had absolutely no issue walking in heels. My boyfriend at the time and I would find the longest heels and bet who could walk in them the longest. He’s been crossdressing for about 3 years, me, about 3 months, and I would win more times than not (I think he let me win). So when I decided to start again with some help from some friends, I felt like it was going to be a piece of cake. Wrong. Took one step and felt like I was going to break an ankle. Baby steps Jane, baby steps. I had a month to learn how to walk in heels again, and it took me that month to be able to walk in these boots. I can’t say I have it down pat, but I’m a lot better now. It is definitely not like riding a bicycle.

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      Jo Jo Sweet
      Registered On: September 22, 2019
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      Its always a challenge when you havent worn heels for a while lol. I used to be able to walk in 5 inch heels but now am limited to 4 inch, hoping to get some of my earlier ankle flexibility back or be forced to only wear them to look good sitting down.

      Hang in there gurl xxx

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