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28-09-2004
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Just wondering who here has both fashion and fetish heels and is there a difference?

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28-09-2004
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a link for U!

http://www.punitiveshoes.com/databas.../etrusca.shtml

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28-09-2004
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Most people here would probaly call my heels fetish heels.. I just call them heels. Lovely heels..

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Wow, one of my favorite types of footwear Although if you are seriously considerng getting a pair I'd recomend The Little Shoe Box or Devious.. who do not have their own website, but many websites sell their boots.
TLSB boots are very high quality, and comfortable enough that I've worn the heel tip off my first pair, the devious boots are shaped well enough to keep your weight off your toe tips.. but may only be good if you've spent a few years performing ballet since they keep your foot past vertical...
qualifetish has some great build quality and shape.. that and butter soft leather. But are better suited for activities other then walking.
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woah..those shoes are very..different..i dont see how someone could walk in the ballet ones all day..its just mind bottling!

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Originally posted by sPaRkLiN'dIaMoNd@Sep 28 2004, 10:14 PM
woah..those shoes are very..different..i dont see how someone could walk in the ballet ones all day..its just mind bottling!
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they're not meant to be worn all day, per se...
and they really aren't my kind of thing, but are definitely what i'd call true fetish shoes.

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pretty pricey for shoes you can't walk in or wear very much...

but most entertaining and unique...

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29-09-2004
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No offence, but I simply hate this kind of shoes! They SCREAM bad taste!

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29-09-2004
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interesting...
but scary. becuase i would hate to fall down the stairs with those.

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29-09-2004
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After Elizabeth Hurley was photographed in a british fashion magazine wearing a pair of these heels from The Little Shoe Box, a german news station ran a story on them. They found out one of their reporters could walk in them, so they went to a local mall to let others try them out.
Give it a view: German story, with english subtitles

Have fun
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Originally posted by Meg-ann@Sep 29 2004, 04:37 AM
a link for U!

http://www.punitiveshoes.com/databas.../etrusca.shtml
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No thanks!

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So the question is what differentiates a fashion shoe from a fetish shoe. Certain a pair of ballets are fetish shoes. The other side of the coin is that many women refer to 1 1/2" heels as high!?
For me, anything up to and including 6" is fashionable. My limit at work is 6". On a night out, 7" is normal. Around the house, ballets are not uncommon (needless to say, with my husband in a frenzy).
It is dependent on your norm. I see that heels are rising in fashion, so hopefully more girls aout there are going to get the idea. Hopefully they will also start wearing sexy hosiery also. to accentuate the shoes.

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I think fetish shoes are wicked-awesome, though I can't wear them myself.

I can't wear high-heels of any type due to bad ankles and even worse feet, but I give mad props to folks who can really work the kinky look and do it all the way.

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OK, here I come, prepare to make fun, but I think these would look awesome as artwork


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