Post # 1
I know some satin shoes are dyable and others aren’t. However I haven’t been able to find out anything regarding Satin shoes made by Mootsie Tootsies. Especially ones with bling on the front. I found a pair on sale for $13 at a local Marshalls and would love to dye them blue for the big day.
Anyone out there had any experience either good or bad attempting to have Mootsie Tootsie satin shoes dyed?
Post # 3
Here is my experience — if you go to a good cobbler (yes, they do still exist) they can dye just about any shoe. I bought satin shoes that were technically undyable and had them dyed — you just need someone who knows how to do it. It cost me about $40.00 to get my shoes dyed. If a shoes is "dyeable" is simply means that the satin has been treated so that it will take dye easily and dry quicker. "undyeable" means that it will take a lot longer to dry — I left my shoes withe cobbler for 78 hours for sufficient drying time.