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Monday, November 24, 2008

FLAT OR HIGH??

Flat or high? That is the question. Should you wear high heels or flat heeled shoes? Let’s look at a few examples of both.





Flat shoes like these above when you go to a function or an interview, la dee daa do, or whatever other occasion away from home? Does it look right? Wearing flat heels to an occasion as mentioned.....? Man it’s like driving a white Ferrari, it needs to be painted still, as I have said before, it just doesn't gel. Ferrari’s should be red, that’s it, no other color!! That is how I feel about a Ferrari and that is how I feel about the matter at hand. High Heels, be it sandals or court shoes, give a lady stature, sex appeal, height, authority, an air of professionalism and that extra little pizzas to make a difference in any matter that has to be decided.







Now you have yourself a look at all of these pictures above and you decide, if you had any say in the matter, which one of the girls would you give a million dollar loan to, or a corporate position, if you had to make your choice on appearance alone. Now you be honest and feel free to comment on my statement, I’d love to hear you opinion.

4 comments:

Shoegal said...

Heels, heels, heels all the time!
:-)

Colin said...

Hi Shoegal, thanks for the comment, I do agree with you. thanks also for the visit. colin

Beaderjojo said...

I'm anti heel. Unless it's a full heel like on a boot. No itty bitty pointy thing, that's not a shoe. And before you say anything, no, I'm not a lesbian. lol.

Colin said...

Hello Beaderjojo, hey, I never thought you were a lesbian, everyone has the right to their own opinion. I am sure there are millions of ladies who feel the same as you. Bottom line is, there are also millions who disagree with you, and that is what this blog is all about, getting different opionions! And you were the very first person who disagreed with me ever, so I really appreciate your input, thanks...! That was what I was waiting and hoping for.... Please visit again, or air your view on any of the other entries. Kind regards, Colin.