Post # 1
I just tried on my dress and it looks good without shoes on. So I was thinking a small heel or flats. Did anyone else do this? I have some okay shoes but I don’t know if they are really bridal. Any suggestions.
Here’s the (badly lol) photoshopped dress for length:
Before I tried it on I was thinking pointy white shoes but now I was looking at something like these:
What do you guys think? Any suggestions or examples of nice flat shoes?
ETA: Updated to reflect vetoed shoes. 🙂 And added a poll which excludes vetoed shoes.
Post # 4
There is something a little incongruous between a dress with long sleeves and a high neckline and flipflops. Unless you are having a beach wedding, I would save the flat sandals and flipflops for later in the evening and wear something a little more dressy.
I think a Mary Jane would go well with your dress. If you want a colored shoe, you could get a dyeable shoe.
Post # 5
I do not think the first pic (flip flops with tons of straps) will match at all. I love the gold ones (but I dont feel they match either). The rest to me go with it.
Post # 6
I would do #2 or #6! Those are both cute. Flip flops are a NO in my book unless it’s a beach wedding or it’s for dancing at the reception. They just don’t go with the long sleeves of your dress IMO.
Post # 7
Lol thanks for the suggestions. The long sleeves don’t go with the shoes. 🙂
Post # 8
@julies1949: I can’t see the pic you posted. 🙁 The second shoe comes in a lot of colors as well.
Color might be nice 🙂
Here’s a chart with colors.
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2013 - The Skinner Barn
I like 2 and 6. The others look super dated and with the dress being such a vintage style it may look costume-y
Post # 10
I think I like 2 and 6 the best too. Any more thoughts? I’m thinking the sequins would look cute but 6 would match the dress. That’s true though I don’t want it to be costume like.