Gral Hueter: Women on the Move in Stiletto Boots in Tight Denim Jeans

Jeans in Boots
This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Press

When I’m walking down the street somewhere or sitting down in public and see an attractive well-built  woman walk by, or she’s ahead of me by ten feet or so, and she’s wearing tight jeans in or over boots,  like cowgirl or work boots, of course I take a look, unless I’m in such a hurry that I don’t have the time. It’s hard for a guy not to stare at a women dressed like that.

I just love the sound that the boots make on the ground.  It’s like listening to Frank Sinatra sing or Jimmy Hendrix play guitar.  It’s poetry in motion to me. Men should thank attractive well-built women who dress like that.  These women look great and are not afraid to show the world that they look great.   They’re wearing what I believe to be the sexiest combination in women’s fashion right now tight denim with boots. Of course guys are going to notice women dressed like that.  We would have to be blind not to.

I’ve said before that I’m not interested in what I call the hooker look, the boots over knees look. Women dressed like that look to me as if  they think that they need their sex appeal to make a living. When it comes to tight jeans with boots, I’m interested in women who wear modern jeans cut to show off their rear but not to the point of showing their rear cleavage when they bend over or stand up. Women dressed like this look sexy to me but also look like they use their intelligence in their profession.

I like sexy and intelligent women, women who are proud of their appearance, dress to display it in accordance within modern social norms, and stay away from the boundary of the hooker look.

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About Erik Schneider

Full-time blogger on a multiple ray of topics and subjects, because of multiple interests.
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