I was recently at a wedding that was held at some exclusive country club, I was wearing some ice pick thin metal stiletto heels and someone actually said something to me about the damage those were doing to the wood floor. I told him he was right, these were the only shoes I had, told him he was a creep for watching me which shut him up and then proceeded to continue to walk and dance the rest of the night in them. Hopefully it pained him.
If it was his own floor it certainly did, otherwise striking that a stranger appeals to you about the effect from your heels to the floor (of course unless it's a compliment
And your answer, "that he had right"
. I would like to see his face. haha, although I consider myself capable of also giving such a response.
There are relatively few of us who confidently wear such amazing "ice pick metal stilettos" that those who get to observe us are lucky and should consider the collateral damage they create as an acceptable consequence.
Certainly, even by many woman it commands respect wearing such mega-thin high stilettos , and I regularly get the question how I can walk so well, and that often for evenings.
My answer, practice a lot, keep doing it regularly, and most importantly, have self-confidence.
No, I don't get stand on people, not even their feet, so please don't even ask.