Foot fetish is known by many names, foot fetishism, foot partialism, foot worship, or even podophilia. Many people experience a sexual attraction to the feet, and so you do not need to worry that you are alone. In fact, it is one of the most common body-part fetishes around, with many seeing the attraction to feet. There are many different reasons for developing a foot fetish, and for some it is simply that it is taboo, and taboo is a turn-on. Remember that you are not alone, and finding a partner who will accept your love of feet will only help to show that.
For many, finding a partner who will accept their foot fetish is a big thing. There is a lot of stigma attached to the fetish, but with so many enjoying it, it is being seen as a much more natural thing for people to enjoy. Talk with your partner about it and gauge their reaction - if they want to know more, tell them more, but if they'd rather not then respect their wishes.
If your partner is accepting of the foot fetish and wants to try some stuff, talk with them about it. They may wish to dress appropriately for you, such as wearing stockings and heels that best show off their feet, and ensure they clean their feet thoroughly for you. Tell your partner of any preferences you have, such as a certain pair of shoes you love or if you'd rather they had a more natural smell to their feet, let them know. It will help make the experience right for you.
You may want to start off slowly, moving your hands gently down their body to their feet. A foot massage might be a good way to start, before you move on to kissing your partner's feet. Do whatever feels right for you, but make sure you pay attention to your partner. If they seem to be enjoying what you are doing, keep doing it. In the end, you may be rewarded with a footjob.