Men used to wear heels. They just called them ‘platfoms’ so we’d think they were playing with trains. Marc Bolan, Bowie, John Travolta all loved a bit of height. And what about David Essex? I reckon there was a lot of building up going on under those Godspell dungarees.
Men no longer wear heels. Some mature men fighting the years wear Converses, imagining they look like Dr Who (think PE teacher meets podiatrist). The more resigned head for Clarks and choose anything that says ‘Original’ which means they buy the same desert boots they’ve been wearing for 25 years. If they have a wife, they probably wear M&S Footgloves, nabbed in between her buying a £10 dine in for two and solving climate change.
I like a man in a heel. So come on guys, man up. And up and up.