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10 Jun 2010 Leave a comment
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13 Apr 2009 3 Comments
I can’t wear strappy sandals. I have odd feet that don’t exactly match (TMI: I had 2 surgeries on my right foot when I was 17, and my left foot didn’t need it. I have 4″ long scars on the right foot, and my feet are actually differently-shaped because of this). Strappy sandals cut me and leave me sore, blistered and often bleeding after just an hour of wearing them.
So… it’s obvious that I’ll need to wear something a bit more substantial, but here’s my dilemma. Having an outdoor ceremony and reception, I don’t want anything with a super-thin heel. The fabulous green Ferragamos I bought for the wedding will have to wait in the closet for another day.
So, what do I wear?
How about one of these?
09 Dec 2008 1 Comment
I’ve already got my wedding shoes. Well… I’ve already got 3 separate pairs to be worn on our wedding day. I started with an ivory patent pair, then got a great pair of green leather Ferragamos, and recently added a sweet pair of black satin sling backs.
But, if I didn’t already have those 3, I’d HAVE to get one of these pairs:
Perfect for a purple wedding!
With a shorter dress — so hot!
Look at the toe detail on this beauty! Perfect for a vintage-themed wedding.
And these flats? They may end up being purchased with my holiday bonus. LOVE!
(comments from left to right, top to bottom).
17 Nov 2008 2 Comments
J. Crew has one of the best, wearable, gorgeous, trendy-yet-classic wedding/party/work shoe collections.
Bonus: right now, all their full-price boots and shoes are 25% off.
The code is “SHOESALE” and it lasts through November 19.
03 Nov 2008 2 Comments
I’ve been… lightly thinking about the whole “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” thing and toying with ideas of how to make it work.
I still have NO idea what my ‘something borrowed’ will be. Maybe my grandma has a brooch I can wear… but I’m not banking on that. I’ll have to start bugging friends and family soon. A pair of diamond earrings or even a hanky would help!
I have, however, figured out a brilliant “something old, something blue,” (though I am certainly not the first bride to think of this combo!).
(no, I don’t plan to wear my shoes in 2 different colors, that’s just the image I found 🙂
07 May 2008 4 Comments
I have 2 pair of potential wedding shoes (so far).
On top, we’ve got the funky Salvatore Ferragamo’s from Saks.
I love the stacked heel, the lucious leather, the comfort. These are all quality.
On the bottom are the Zara shoes that we got in San Francisco.
They are fairly comfy, I love the patent leather, and the wedge heel could prevent me from having my shoes sink into the grass as we do post-wedding, pre-reception photos.
I just can’t decide.
07 Mar 2008 Leave a comment
Okay, I am known to be a bit of a shoe horse. I *may* have winter and summer shoe wardrobes that have to be switched out as seasons change because my closet can only hold 30 pair at a time.
So, sometimes, I impulsively buy shoes.
When the GTB and I were in San Francisco, shopping on Union Square, I found a fantastic pair of shoes at Zara. They were ivory patent leather with a nice wrapped heel and peep toe. The GTB liked them, but then he MADE me buy them when he accidentally dropped them on the escalator and gave them a small scratch (why he was so adament about me buying damaged shoes, I’ll never know). He felt certain that he’d bring them to a cobbler and get them buffed.
Then, the GTB and I were shopping in downtown Minneapolis and fell upon a fantastic pair of Salvatore Ferragamo shoes that couldn’t be passed up — silky, butterly leather, stacked heel, cute bow design at the toe. We thought they’d match the accent color on the dress-to-be well, but it turned out they didn’t.
So now, I have 2 pair of “wedding” shoes… and I still haven’t found the perfect pair! How many pairs did you buy before getting married?