|Pink toes with a subtle toe ring on a man, me of course|
I guess it depends on your point of view. If you're trying to maintain a normal male look, without looking to feminine, then wearing all the above at the same time 'might' be pushing it a little. I think it's not that bad so I sometimes do it myself, but mostly I only do 1-2 of those things like I'll have my painted toes and an anklet, but not toe rings, or painted toes and a toe ring, but no anklet. Heck I even have some shoes that I bought purposely from the womens dept that I thought were pretty, but not overly feminine so that I could have a pair of shoes I could wear in public without drawing attention to the fact that they are womens. But I would never be comfortable
|One of my anklets, worn with bright red polish|
But really, it's up to you. Personally I see nothing wrong with it, but in my experience, the more you decorate your feet, or the louder the polish color, the more likely you'll be noticed. And the more you decorate your feet and toes, the more feminine it starts looking. But if you like it, and it doesn't bother you knowing others might be staring, then go for it. Or you may be in an area that's a little more freethinking and liberal and maybe no one pays any attention.
Bottom line is, do what makes you happy without making you feel uncomfortable. Often the best way to gauge where that line is for you is to add one thing at a time, go out in public a few times, and see how it goes. Then keep adding items until you feel you've reached your comfort level for going out in public and don't cross that line, if you don't want to feel that discomfort. But there is Nothing wrong with guys doing these things, so have fun with it if you like it.
Who else wears toe rings or anklets? As always, feel free to share your story if you have one related to this post.