2011-07-06

On Being Tall but Not Blind

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Skirt? Thrifted Sweater? Gap, thrifted Shoes? Aldo Purse? Vintage Roots, thrifted Necklace? F21

I realize I am tall. And when I wear heels I am even taller (really?). But apparently I crossed the acceptable line of female tallness when I wore these shoes because there was a lot of prune face going on when I walked by. Matt can vouch for that. It starts with the up and down, turns into a full on nose wrinkled, eyebrows raised and mouth pursed look and then the grand finale is the nudge to the person beside them to alert them to my freakishness. Maybe I ask for the glances or maybe I don't think that being tall should stop me from enjoying the footwear of my choice. The point of my story is that I would prefer getting the weird looks behind my back. Because even though I might stand a foot taller than you, I can still see you when you scrunch up your face and nudge your friend. The air is different up here but my vision is unaffected by the change in altitude.
But I'm a big girl. I know people sometimes act insensitively. Years ago I was learning to drive standard and someone threw a Wendy's milkshake at me. I guess that makes me the inspiration for Glee.


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96 comments :

Katie, Interrobangs Anonymous said...

I once had a woman tell me to my face that if she was as tall as I am and had a chest as big as mine, she'd have surgery to correct both. I may have then suggested she have a lobotomy either way...

Lovers, Saints & Sailors said...

How rude! I get stares for any number or reason, but try as I might...I will never get stares for being too tall.
I say wear your height (and gorgeous shoes) with pride!

Also, I'm learning to drive right now (late bloomer, I know) and if someone were to throw a milkshake at me I think I'd cry. And "accidentally" accelerate hard in their general direction.

Amanda said...

how tall are you, Yen? My little sister, at 5'11" in flats always towers over me but I'm used to it. The two weirdest things when we're together is the people that remark that she's "sooo tall!" and I'm "so much shorter!" Yeah, we know. Thanks. Equally likely? People think we're twins. Maybe, in the Danny Devito/Arnold way but not very likely. When we say no we're not twins, invariably they'll always peg her as older. We're almost 6 years apart. *sigh*

I think tall people are like limos. Some people just can't see one pass them by without making a comment.

(and that skirt is fantastic)

kate said...

I feel ya, girl! I am 6'1" barefoot, and with all the adorable tall shoes out there, I am often 6'5" with platforms. It can be frustrating to be looked at in such as "freakish" way!

Nevertheless, I'm glad to see that you are still rockin' the awesome tall shoes!

CC said...

But you're such a lovely tall - and at least people know you're a grown up. I keep getting mistaken for my son's babysitter. I'm in my 30's for crying out loud.
Sometimes people are just mean.

jentine said...

Katie- there is surgery that'll shorten me up?
Amanda- I'm 5'11

The Suburb Experiment said...

First, your outfit is gorgeous - the silhouette is super flattering. Second, I get comments about wearing heels that make me taller than a lot of my (mostly male) coworkers. I hate the expectation that I should be trying to make myself smaller because doesn't everyone know women are supposed to be tiny(er than men)?

Whew. Didn't realize that was on my chest. Glad to get it off. :)

Jenn

newpetite said...

seriously?!? wow! Wish I was as tall as you are. just ignore them n walk tall :) Love the skirt!

J'Anns Boutique said...

Thats people for you...I am 5'0 and I actually envy those taller than I am. Would I give u a bad stare? nah...i'd prob be too busy staring at ur shoes!

But then again I would also never tell someone to look into the free breast reduction surgery offered by the government (opinion was not asked for btw). But some people thinks its ok...?


Note ur the perfect model height if u decide to change careers haha

Heather said...

You're gorgeous, you have amazing style, you look great in that outfit and shoes, people are jealous of your model looks and height. If I looked like you, I'd wear whatever I felt like. Maybe I should anyway, and rude people could just stuff their rude looks up their bums. Rock on, lady!

Lindsey N. said...

They're just jealous.

I love the buttons on the sleeves! And the skirt-so cute!

The Bombshell Manifesto

Dylana Suarez said...

You always have the most amazing skirts!

xoxo,

colormenana.blogspot.com

CessOviedo said...

Glee should pay for the rights of that! Truth is you look great with those shoes, I know what's like people looking weird at you for being too tall, maybe they are too small!

Cess O. <3 The Outfit Diaries

Natasha said...

I love the colours in your striped skirt....and those heels I've been eyeing up FOREVER on Aldos website...and the price has slowly been declining...but I'm being way too practical by not buying them...sometimes I get "I have too many shoes" guilt, and somehow manage to not buy more shoes...my hubby would be proud

Louise, Raspberries In Winter said...

Awesome skirt! I like the stripes. :)

Sal said...

I was told just yesterday by a work 'mate' that tall girls shouldn't wear heels, as a girl of 5'11' and the proud owner of many pairs of stilletos/platforms/block heels - I patted him on the head, smiled and slowly walked away, with my head held as high as I could muster.

T. said...

Those people are probably just jealous. I mean you're tall and good looking -you could be a model!

Jessica Gitler said...

you are not big, nor are you tall( well maybe kinda tall but in a good way!), I think you are beautiful and your blog is fantastic!! who cares what others really think, everyone here loves your blog and also loves you!!!!
www.jesscauseblog.blogspot.com

ParisGrrl said...

Speaking from the other end of the height spectrum, some of those looks may be sheer envy. While there will always be cruel people in the world, you are traffic-stopping Gorgeous!

rachel said...

i'm tall, too. taller than all of my friends and most of my co-workers. it's your blog that inspires me to pull out my heels!

walk tall!

rachel h.

ginger snippets said...

I'm 3 inches shorter than you (5'8") and STILL I get remarks whenever I wear heels. Always that vague comment (with prune face, great observation!) that's obviously not-a-compliment but not directly insulting either: "oh... you look so TALL today." Like when you point out a newt with two heads or potato that looks like a celebrity. It's not good, it's not bad, it's just... weird.

It took me years and years to get over my "I wish I could be shorter because I don't feel delicate enough" complex and finally embrace my height. I can reach things on the top shelves, kiss my fiance without getting up on my tiptoes, and if I gain 5 pounds nobody notices.

I know I speak for many of your readers when I say that you are gorgeous and a HUGE inspiration. Wear the heels with pride!

briannelee said...

Aw, they are just jealous!

Love this outfit. Keep on rocking the heels!

amanda said...

you are a gorgeous tall drink of water. those bitches be crazy :)

Audra's Ally said...

I'm 5'10" and I wear heels to work every day. In 6th grade my friend once told me "You know, if you weren't so tall, you'd be fat."
I've never wished I were shorter, and have always embraced how long and lean we must look (with our giraffe legs, after all), especially in heels.
You look fabulous-do your thing.
-Audra
http://audrasally.blogspot.com

ellie said...

I'm not as tall as you (shy by 2 inches) but I get comments when I wear my heals as well. Of course some of them make me over 6 foot... but i just keep on with the confidence and ignore the haters... they just wish they were that tall (or maybe they're wondering if you'll come over and dust their top shelf?)

Stella said...

Wow, there's a tall party in the comments! I'm on the short end of the tall spectrum, clocking in at 5'9", but I've never been ashamed of being tall. They used to call me Frankenstein and Bigfoot, but I was never embarrassed. Why should I be? That's the genetic lot I was given, and I was going to make the best of it. So for me, heels are go big or go home!

I did have a guy who I was sort of dating tell me once, "You know what I'd like? You'd be so much prettier if you wore flatter shoes." Gee, thanks.

Emily {tomorrow never knows} said...

I'm pretty sure you've already gotten this in the above comments - but im way too lazy to verify - but girls WANT to be tall. At a measly 5'1 (when i round up) I always look at tall girls thinking damn i need to chop off her legs and put them on me. Even though I will avoid standing beside tall people as much as I can, it's not because there is anything wrong with them, its because I feel like a midget. (cuz i almost am one)
and ppl cannot be nudging their friends because you are too tall, that's just ridiculous. must be an ontario thing, u should move to montreal. (are u still visiting? ill make sure to buy some new platforms... KIDDING - sorta)
i dont know if this comment had the desired effect and i hate to sound like everyone's mom when I say THEY ARE JUST JEALOUS. now let me lick my finger and fix that stray hair on your head.

SissySees said...

Okay. You pulled me out of lurkerdom. My former (sniff, sniff, cry, cry) SIL was taller than her hubby. Her wedding photos were considered scandalous, because she dared to wear HEELS and stand taller than her groom.

He loved her tall, her long legs, the way they looked in heels, so... what's it to the rest of the world?!

I'm short. I hover at the edge of petite and just shy of "regular". No one looks twice when I wear higher heels, even though my hubby - like his brother! - is also pretty short...

Please may I? said...

How rude are some folk!!! You were the original inspiration for Glee then!

I used to hate being tall as a kid but love it now.

Doesn't matter when you put a little weight on as you can carry it off;

You can reach higher than others;

And clothes hang better too!

X x

Kayla said...

I couldn't agree with this post any more! I am also tall, and every time I wear heels I get stares! Apparently there is some rule, ' must be below this height to ride' sort of thing, and the rule book seems to have skipped our houses! So be it, we shall wear our heels with pride!!

kelsey williams said...

I am 6'2" in heels and I get so many comments...it's slightly annoying but I don't care too much because love being tall!

Lenore @ Lather. Write. Repeat. said...

Tall girls unite! I'm 5'11" in flats and often get the tall stare too....but then I stand in front of them at a concert. Ha ha.

XO
Lenore

Frannie Pantz said...

A WENDY'S MILKSHAKE?!?!?! Who are these people?!?!? Don't worry 'bout it baby. Girls/people who react that way to tall women are probably jealous and insecure. You look gorgeous as always and you are rockin those wedges. Totally worth the nose wrinkles.

Maria said...

I love the skirt. It's so Prada!

Kimberly said...

I would bet money that they were just awe struck by how freakin' gorgeous you are! I am 6' tall and people look at me and nudge each other wherever I go whether I am in heels or not. I seriously have no idea what it feels like to feel "invisible" and people are always telling me that I am striking and beautiful and I should be a model (now that I'm older I don't the model comment as much lol). Maybe there are some people out there who find tall women unattractive (I have had my share of not so subtle rudeness especially by short women) but I think most people find it a very positive attribute. There is a reason that supermodels are our height you know. Rock on tall, beautiful Jentine!!

Kimberly said...

By the way, I am loving all the commnets from fellow tall lovelies!! I wish we could all get together for margaritas! : )

Marissa said...

Oh my goodness.. someone threw a milkshake at you! How horrible!
I loveee your Aldo's wedges - they're gorgeous and go perfectly with the striped skirt (which I also love!)

xx
Marissa
www.stylecusp.com

Holly Courtney said...

I get that too and I'm only 5'9. I think they're just caught off guard by your amazing legs and can't help but stare!

heidikins said...

Tall is all a matter of perspective. I'm average (5'7") but always wear heels to make me "fit in" with my family. I'm dead shortest, and even in my tallest heels (5") my little sister is still taller than me when she's barefoot. (My dad is 6'7 and my mom is 5'11.)

It's not that you are too tall, even in your most fabulous heels. It's that the prune-faced people are just too damn short, they don't have any perspective. I say you stick your tongue out at them, or give them the once over and roll your eyes at their squatty height.

But then, I guess I'm mean like that. :)

xox

Emme said...

i'm glad you don't let it stop you from wearing heels. i live in el paso were everyone is about, oh, 5 feet tall. i'm 5'10 and when i wore my 4 inch stilletos to work i got a comment from everyone that i was too tall and someone even called me a "giantesse". it stopped me from wearing them. for now anyway. maybe when we move somewhere were the general populus is a bit taller i will again haha.

Chandra said...

I'm like 5'10ish and I wear heels almost every day, cause you know what they say "the higher the shoe, the longer the leg, the thinner you look." Rock those heels Ms. You're beautiful!

Gray Skies said...

I definitely get comments from people on how tall I am when I wear heels, but thankfully it's always my family members commenting, and they're pretty nice about it! When I wear heels I end up being six feet tall and I feel like a giant, but I love heels too much not to wear them!

emmy said...

Sometimes a person is just tall (or small, or thin, or fat, or ....) and you just have to wear it with pride. And if you want to wear shoes to make yourself stretch up like a beautiful flower trying to reach the sun, so be it.

Do it, girl!

Emma said...

Go ahead and flaunt whatever you want. I'm short and sometimes feel pressure TO wear heels (which I like), but sometimes I like to stay short and opt for flats.

heidikins said...

Also, a girlfriend of mine just sent me this: http://lifeweekbyweek.blogspot.com/2011/07/life-of-tall-person-secrets-revealed.html

She's 6'1" and wears heels anyway.

Tall Girls 4Evah!

xox

sara star said...

Werk those heels girl. You look fab! I am 6 foot, and I rock heels when my feet can take it. They make yours (and my) legs look great and they are a huge style thing, heels just look awesome. But, since you are so tall, it is easier to kick those people in the scrunchy face without breaking a sweat. So just think of kicking them in the face when they scrunch at you and you will feel tons better.

Anonymous said...

How rude of those jerks!! You're tall and you're beautiful and you rock those heels like nobody's business. Love your sassy blog!

Think Twice Style said...

I'm a shortie, so I'm the one drooling with jealousy. I still look "special", but at least I don't have a sour face.

Oh and... I love your shoes. They're hot.

Allie (Wardrobe Oxygen) said...

My dear friend is 6' tall and never wears anything lower than a 2" heel. She works in retail and says almost daily someone makes a rude comment about her height and shoes. She says she often looks down at them and said, "I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you from up here, you're so SHORT!" with a sweet smile and that usually shuts them up. Sorry you had this, you look fabulous and those shoes are wonderful!

Natalya's Closet said...

Don't let the haters bring you down, you are absolutely gorgeous! And I love that outfit! So pretty! XOXO, www.NatalyasCloset.com

Between Laundry Days said...

Well, this just throws me right off. For two years now, I've been convinced you were blind but not tall. I now have to readjust my whole worldview.

Also, you look HOT.

Melissa @ ClosetFloorFinds said...

Oh my God! Sometimes I hate people and their judge-y-ness! I have a very tall friends and FOR YEARS she allowed adorable heels to pass her by b/c she feared this type of treatment. Rock on your heels! They're just jealous anyway!

Bri said...

I'm almost 6ft tall and I rock big shoes and I love the ones you're sporting here! As for those other people, I feel bad for them, they're so closed minded they're missing out on the fun of life!

Jackie said...

Sigh. We haven't come very far over the years have we?

My mom (6') says that men considered it flirting in the early '60s to ask, "So, just how tall are you anyway?" Her reply? She'd just say "5 foot 12" and walk away.

My dad, at 6'4" never asked her that question. I figure, at 5'9" that I have to wear heels so we can all make eye contact.

I don't remember getting many negative comments, but in my high school and college years I grew very tired of having to tell people that, no I did not play basketball, and no I wasn't interested in learning. When I showed up for my student teaching gig at a small rural high school, I was recruited for the girls basketball team in the first ten minutes, before the coach realized I wasn't a new student!

Kimmielovesparis said...

Prune faces...they're just jealous.

You look fabulous!

Sad that not everyone looks to see the beauty around them and in others.

By the way...love those shoes!

tima i. said...

screw 'em! you're gorgeous, and i love your outfit :)

Emily said...

I'm 5'9 so with heels I can get up there too. I love the men who act like you've personally assaulted them by being taller. "Yes, I can see your bald spot. No, I won't rub cream on it."

ebbandflo said...

oh my!
walk tall with poise and grace ...

ah, you're already doing that :)

Elephants & Owls said...

I've dumped 2 guys because they said they didn't think I should wear heels at my height, and after ending it gone out and bought more shoes. I love being the girl everyone looks at, and when I catch a so-called "prune face", I just give my dimpled smile and keep rocking my heels.
--Jessica (elephantsandowls.blogspot.com)

SWF_Terra said...

People and their insecurities. Seriously. Get over it. I think it's ridiculous for a woman of any height to say she cannot/should not wear heels. Wear what you want. You look brilliant.

Willowie said...

This boils down to the notion that women should take up as little space as possible and crosses over to the issue of weight as well. We should not tower too high or consume too much breadth in order to make others feel more comfortable and okay with the process of life...women small, men big. Its such an archaic ideal and yet so thoroughly ingrained into our society. Congrats to you for trumping the stereotype and being your own person...you have inspired me to start wearing heals (on my 6 foot frame) regardless of the other peoples concepts of beauty.

Amanda said...

Gah, people can be so insensitive. I'm quite short myself, but seeing a tall woman in heels always makes me smile. That's a fantastic outfit, by the way, and those shoes look great on you.

The Waves said...

Oh sheesh, this is the story of my life, too - I can't even remember the amount of times the same thing has happened to me. What I most often hear is that at 5'11", I "shouldn't feel the need to wear heels", as if "need" is the main reason why other women wear high heels. Ugh.

But your outfit is stellar, the skirt looks wonderful on you, as do the heels. :)

Annie said...

Why do haters gotta hate? Ridic!

My Mom is 5'11" and I'm 5'6.5" (you know how five year olds are really eager to tell you they are five and three quarters years old? Yeah... I'm like that with my height!). It's a competition for me to find shoes that make me taller than her. :) Us respectable shorties envy you!

a little sewing said...

Reading this post and all these comments is really wonderful - I never get to complain about this, but I do not like getting so much attention for my height.
I always change the subject or just smile and ignore the comments, but it is ANNOYING.
I truly admire and appreciate a lovely petite woman, or medium height gal, or any height! But I would NEVER say some of the things people say to me.

Seriously, people say "oh I hate you - you are so tall!"
Really?

That is just plain weird!!!

Rebecca said...

I'm another tall woman who does wear heels. I spent most of my life trying to be less noticeable, so it's difficult for me to take it in stride. And I keep expecting someone to ask me why I wear high heels when I'm already so tall (5'10") but no one has... maybe it is because I teach college, so my students don't want to say anything to the person deciding their grade... or maybe they just accept that their instructor should be taller than them!

Danielle Celeste Couture said...

How cute do you look in that outfit? Really cute. I love striped skirts. I'm tall too. In 6 inch heels, I tower over my husband and little children giggle and point. I know exactly how you feel.

Anonymous said...

I'm a shortie, so I can't really commiserate, but whenever I see a women over 6 feet (in heels or flats) I automatically assume they're a model! You look gorgeous everyday, but this outfit is one of my favorites!

Dee

Kimberly said...

"I'm a shortie, so I can't really commiserate, but whenever I see a women over 6 feet (in heels or flats) I automatically assume they're a model!"

Gotta say I agree! I'm a petite size and wear heels to work every day specifically to be taller. I like that 3" or 4" heels make me taller than some of the men that I work with. Makes me feel more powerful. If I were 6' I think I'd still want to be even taller! Being short sucks, especially when you need something from a high shelf. :)

bunny said...

Oh, my this is so familiar. I'm 5'8" but can totally relate to the nose scrunching and weird looks anytime I wear heels (and have you noticed the heels these days just keep getting taller and taller?!) Makes me uncomfortable and I find I rarely wear heels nowadays even though I love the way they make my legs/proportion look. After reading all these comments I feel empowered to break out my heels more often now and walk tall! Thank you ladies!

P.S. I so wish we could all get together and gang up on the rude shorties :)

Lisa said...

What a bunch of sad, miserable LITTLE people. It's a nasty bit of sexism, women should be petite and pretty and not draw attention to themselves. What rubbish.

Kyla said...

I want SOOOO badly to be TAAAALLLLL!!! I'm so jealous - perhaps that is what the scrunchy faces mean. Keep on rockin' it out, lady!

Anonymous said...

How dare everyone assume that short women are jealous! I'm not even 5' and never once in my life did I wish I were taller. Did any of you even bother to think that the "prune faced" person was just a nasty, mean woman?! Why does she have to be jealous? Do you all really think that everyone wants to be you? How sad.

myedit said...

anon 8:29- This post was never meant as a tall person vs. short person rant not did I ever think that the looks were from jealousy. It's rare that I feel self conscious about being quite tall but on this particular day a lot of women were giving me nasty side eye. I wrote this post to comment on two things... first, that I can see the looks and nudges plain as day and second, that there is an idea that there is a maximum height that is 'acceptable' for females. Women come in many heights, shapes and sizes and though it's easier to say this than to live this, I wish we could celebrate that instead of feeling the need to knock each other down.

lipstickisses said...

I'm tall too and I LOVE wearing heels to be my absolute tallest. The best part about that? You get to look down your nose at all the judge judgersons wandering around somewhere down near your feet. :)

Islandia Lane said...

Adore these shoes. I wish I could get over my feeling taller than everyone thing but it's so hard especially when ppl are staring :: sigh:: you look amazing though so def brush off those looks ;-)

Anonymous said...

Yayyy! I am 5'11" myself and I just found this blog and I ADORE that you are *rocking* those heels. It just gave me all the confidence for the world. Thank you; thank you. Beautiful!

Mia said...

One of my friends is 5'11 and she loves wearing heels, but she doesn't have the confidence to do so.

I told her, any woman should wear heels. They make us feel confident and powerful!

sartoriography said...

You are one hot inspiration for Glee, woman!! Those punks wish they were so lucky! ;)

As a fellow giant, I am mad impressed and inspired by your wearing of the tall, tall shoes. I was just oddly thinking today how comfortable and happy I was standing next to you, Kendi, and Jen in Austin, and how you and K looked amazingly twin-style beautiful in your tall heels and dresses. It sort of made me want to marry you, but then I remembered Matt. And then I cried. And then I smiled again, because you're tall. And then...well, you see the cycle.

I hope I see those shoes again, prune face be damned! :)

PrincessMia said...

I'm 5'9" and my heel height of choice is 3". I wear them all the time, even to work where I'm taller than all but one of the guys. They don't seem to mind :) The only time my long legs are a "disadvantage" is when my pants are never long enough for taller heels! That, and airplane seats....

Natbeesfashion said...

That look is so slovely.
I like the combination of white and stripes :)

Anonymous said...

As a 6'3" woman, I often remind people that I might be tall but am not deaf. I was at the airport yesterday and a grand total of 9 people brought my stature to my attention... thanks captain obvious!

Kathy said...

I'm also 5'11" and even though I rarely wear heels, I always get the same once-over from complete strangers: they stare at my face, then they immediately drop down to my feet (checking to see if I'm secretly a stiltwalker, I guess). I'm 39 and at this point, it doesn't phase me at all, but it didn't exactly do wonders for my self-esteem back when I was a teenager.

joey said...

maybe they were pruning not because you were tall...but because you wore those (gorgeous) platform wedges on a scenic walk

then again, fashion is no ones bitch

im absolutely charmed by your cropped knit btw

Jillian said...

I'm 5'11 and I refuse to wear heels under 4 inches. If I had a dollar for every random stranger who told me I was tall, and $2 for every random stranger who came up to me and asked, "You're so tall, WHY on earth would you wear heels?" ... well, I'd have a lot of money to buy more heels.

But in all seriousness, why do people think it's not rude to say things like that? It would be like me saying, "why are you wearing that color? it looks awful on your skin tone."

Anyway, this my first time reading your blog, and I must say, I am charmed! bookmarked :)

MsGuinevere said...

I love this tall convention!! I'm 5'10" and I love my heels. I actually like being taller than everyone else and getting stares (for my height as well as my cool style!). I've never heard a negative comment or seen a scrunchy face - and I also live in Ontario.... Hmmm....
When I see tall girls in flats I always secretly hope that their choice is purely for comfort and not because they are ashamed or uncomfortable about their Amazon-ness. My adorable hubby is 4" shorter than me and he loves my long body!

E. said...

I'm 5'10", and I absolutely love wearing crazy heels! The people at my parents' church would ALWAYS make that gross prune face at me when I showed up in 4" heels to Sunday services. And they would always comment on how I was so (freakishly) tall for an Asian girl. And how I was too tall to be wearing heels.

For a while I stopped wearing high shoes (because I was an overly sensitive teenager and didn't like the disapproving looks or unwanted attention), but eventually I just learned to ignore the peanut gallery. Thankfully, my parents never gave me grief about my footwear choices, and they let me trot around in the most ridiculous platforms my allowance could buy.

Anyway, bottom line is: I'll wear whatever the heck I want! They're my darn feet!

yourforever said...

LOVE this post. I'm adding you to my blog roll. Back to this post - I'm 5'10 and the higher the heel the better! There is just something about wearing that heel that makes you feel longer and leaner (as if that is necessary). Love it! You have a new reader :)

Anonymous said...

Wow. So many tall confident women on here. I'm 5'11 and have never even tried a high heel on :(, I have always hated my height. I live in NM and people are very short here! I've never dated and feel very alone. Any suggestions on how you deal with looking different?

Anonymous said...

Very few men find tall woman attractive, if's a fact. Then you get men like me whom aren't particularly bothered as long as the woman doesn't dwarf me (I'm 5'9), I feel it has to be said though, if you are truly a 'tall' woman 5'10+ and you wear fairly large heels, it doesn't exactly send the right signals to men or woman. It makes you look like someone who has a height complex.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of men love tall women. You are an idiot with a Napoleon complex.

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