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Are Dry Heels a Turn Off?

Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2024 10:18 pm
by JWCooley126
At work today I caught an attractive, professional woman that looked to be in her 30s in a skirt bare in flats. I say that because it was a welcome, but bizarre sight considering it was about 27 degrees Fahrenheit outside. Anyway she was standing talking to a colleague doing some hard heelpops. Got a nice look at her soles and heels, but the kicker was her heels were pretty dry. Idk if it was due to the cold but I sorta kinda found it attractive and the saving grace was her soles looked smooth. I was hoping to see a dip and her toes but of course she walked away. What's your opinion on the dry heel? Is it a make or break for you?

Re: Are Dry Heels a Turn Off?

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2024 5:24 am
by pumplover
If she would just wear hose like any sensible woman working in the professional world should, we'd never know if she had dry heels. LOL

But, to answer your question - yes it's kind of distracting and not attractive, especially to be her age, though you make a valid point about it being winter.

Re: Are Dry Heels a Turn Off?

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2024 11:09 am
by Daisee111
Oh absolutely, especially if they’re cracked or something. It really doesn’t take much to fix dry heels lol. And like pumplover said, wear tights!