I was more than a little bit excited to wear these shoes. For one thing, the shoes have the highest heels that I have worn in a long while: They are four inches slanted. I am not sure how much height that actually gives me. For another thing, the shoes were designed for men. No doubt I am not the only woman to have purchased the shoes, but, nevertheless, they are men's shoes. They have a sturdy heel and were very comfortable when I tried them on in the store. I was curious to find out whether men's high heels would be any more (or less) comfortable than women's high heels. So what is the verdict? I felt very tall. I towered over many people. I wished that I stood so high without four inch slanted heels. And men's high heels (at least these ones) are no different than women's high heels.
I am wearing an old H&M sheer blouse underneath a drop waist jumper dress from Zara, an open jacket from Zara, an old Kensie coat and an old wool beret. My shoes are Fluevogs. I am carrying a Roots bag.