Post # 1
I was thinking of getting these shoes because they’re the exact colour, height, and style (peeptoe, wedge, slingback) that I was looking for, they come in half sizes, and they are on sale for $20.
I’m worried that the cork wedge makes it too casual for a wedding shoe. It won’t be super formal – outdoor ceremony, the groomsmen wil be wearing vests, and we are incorporating a few rustic touches in the decor, but I don’t know if they will look strange with a wedding dress. Since the dress is long I’m assuming you’ll mostly only see the toes poking out from underneath while walking and the heels won’t show much anyway. Should I just go for it and not worry?
Post # 3
I dont think we can really answer this without seeing the dress.
These looks like shoes I would wear any summer day, in any casual setting becaues of the wooden wedge.. but if yoru dress it more casual..
it all depenedso n the dress.
Post # 4
I think they are brilliant. If they go with your dress, even better.
A friend of mine had an outdoor, fairly laid back wedding and she wore wellies. Which was awesome.
Post # 5
I love the fabric but also am not a fan of the cork. Could you paint the cork? I have a friend who has DIYd shoes with techniques she learned on Pinterest, so there’s possibly a way to “refinish” the cork! 🙂
Post # 7
I think they would be perfect for the laid back vibe you describe at your ceremony. Even better, the wedge heel would be much easier to navigate on grass or unpaved surfaces, as you wouldn’t be sinking into the ground with every step. Would love to see these with your dress!
Post # 8
i’d kill for those shoes!
Post # 9
I like ’em and I think they’d go well with a rustic wedding!
Post # 10
I personally think they’re great! If I was shorter and wanted to wear heels, those would be mine.
Post # 11
I love them, and would go great with the feel of your wedding 🙂
Post # 12
I hope you don’t take offence to this but I belive you should keep looking.
Post # 13
@coralie: i love the shoes for a sundress not your wedding shoes. mayby if they dident have the cork bottom. there just not near dressy enough to be a wedding shoe.
Post # 14
Cute shoes but too casual for a wedding. What does your dress look like?
Post # 15
Can you share a photooff your dress? I like them but if your dress is more formal I don’t think the cork would work.
Post # 16
I think they are cute shoes but the cork makes them too casual, IMO.