Friday, November 11, 2016

Shoe Shopping


The caption above is so true! So I bought a new pair to add to my hundred-plus pairs of heels, flats and everything in between.


My new shoes are from Payless, their Haddie T-strap heel in black patent. The shoe is a throwback to styles of the late 1960s and in fact, is a dead ringer for the shoes I wore the first time I stepped out dressed as a woman. 

I had been eyeing Haddie ever since Payless introduced her a few months ago, but I held off making a purchase until it went on sale. My patience paid off and I bought Haddie for $14.99  $20 off the original price!




Source: Vensette
Wearing Vensette.




Lawrence in his girl's clothes

7 comments:

  1. Interesting femulation. Not just Laurence in girls' clothes but HIS girls' clothes. How big was his wardrobe?

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    1. Yes - "his girl's clothes" is very interesting!

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  2. Cute shoes...I remember my mother wearing some like that in the 60's!

    Mandy

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    1. My sister had a pair and I borrowed them!

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  3. Stana
    You introduced me to Payless and over the past few years I must have purchased over a dozen pair of heels from them. I have the Karmen pump 5 different ways. I also like the Karen heel. I seem to fit in both the 11W and 12W and I can wear their shoes for hours. I have also been keeping an eye on the Haddie as well as the Kritic Tassel pump, the Habit pointed pump, the Mila block heel and the Marie Lace pump. Buying from Payless has become a bit of a compulsion.
    Pat

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  4. Lawrence looks comfortable in "his" girl's clothes. Good for him!

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  5. When the advent of buying my feminine things online, my shoe shopping is so conveinent. Being 6 Ft 6 inches but having size 11 and one half shoe size I can and have now over 3 dozen absolutely wonderful high heels! A person NEVER can have enough shoes. Tall is good, but in my towering high heels, my legs clad in my Wofords tights are simply too too very long and enticing.

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