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    Default Best boots for short/petite ladies?

    Hey y'all it's time for this lady to get some new boots. Mine, which I got secondhand to begin with, are cashed. There's only so much duct tape you can put on a boot before customers start to realize you just don't give a shit anymore.

    I am 5'0", 100lbs, very petite. What boots do y'all shorter/petite ladies prefer? Are mid-calfs too extra on us? Would a 7in heel 2.75in platform be too overpowering? Currently am looking at the Pleaser Delight-1033 and the Adore-1021, but all suggestions are welcome.

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    Default Re: Best boots for short/petite ladies?

    Don't do over the knee styles. Way too overwhelming looking for a very petite female.

    Check out The Highest Heel brand boots.
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    Default Re: Best boots for short/petite ladies?

    If you're short you can get away with a crazy tall heel cause you won't be looming over guys the same as tall ladies, and the higher the heel, the longer your legs look. So i'd go for whatever height you're comfortable with.

    As for the boots you showed, I think the 1021 is better for the club. I LOVE the look of the 1033s with that strap but it looks like you have to unstrap them to use the zipper which would be annoying. If you're somebody who always keeps your boots on during vips though then it might not matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperJa View Post
    If you're short you can get away with a crazy tall heel cause you won't be looming over guys the same as tall ladies, and the higher the heel, the longer your legs look. So i'd go for whatever height you're comfortable with.

    As for the boots you showed, I think the 1021 is better for the club. I LOVE the look of the 1033s with that strap but it looks like you have to unstrap them to use the zipper which would be annoying. If you're somebody who always keeps your boots on during vips though then it might not matter.
    Smdh you're right. I impulse-bought the 1033s after my bf told me he preferred them. Erg. I think tall ladies look FANTASTIC in 8, 9, 10in heels tho. There's a girl who's almost 6ft in stocking feet here who wears very tall heels and I just love her. She looks wonderful in them.

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