Post # 1
I don’t want to keep going over budget I’m just thinking of getting shoes I can re-use; is there anyone else not splruging on designer shoes or not going the traditional white satin route?
what am I going to do with white satin shoes afterwards? I’ve never bougth designer, I never really cared about labels, so long as it looks good and is in my budget. My fiance says I should just be practical get some flats so I can dance
so many pretty shoes; but is it worth it? for just one day?
Post # 3
I’m going with colored shoes. Blue actually. I haven’t bought them yet but I probably will go with something a little on the designer side.
Post # 4
I’m definitely buying some colored shoes as well. And I plan on wearing them over and over again after the wedding, so I’ll get some good use out of them. They don’t have to be fancy designer shoes, just some that will look good with lots of different outfits. 🙂
Post # 5
My shoes are simple silver leather sandals. I saw so many pretty white satin ones I wanted, but in the end my practical side won and I got something I could use again.
Post # 6
I am actually re-inventing a pair i already have. They are open-toed sandals and i am just adding some bling to the front and VOILA a whole new,never before worn shoe
Post # 7
yeah i’m probably going to get sone re-usable shoes; or go the cheap route and get cheap white satin ones like at payless; I’ve always been a non-splurger when it comes to clothes; so long as I keep my figure and it looks good, people have never really noticed a difference and I still get compliments
Post # 8
Shoes don’t matter to me–they’re barely seen with most long dresses. I say go for what’s cheap and cute and comfortable, and save your money to put towards the other areas of your budget.
Post # 9
I got white leather flat sandals. Gorgeus and I can totally wear them on our honeymoon and afterwards.
Nobody is really going to notice your shoes. Even my photographer commented to me that she can’t believe some girls who spend $600 on shoes when you don’t even see them except maybe two pictures worth. I went with practical. My feet will NOT hurt at all and they are waaaay adorable.
I got adelaide by anne klein. they are so comfy by the way.
Post # 10
I’m getting red shoes that I can wear again, I don’t care who makes them as long as they are comfy and cute. I’d love to wear Manolos or Loubous but honestly, at this point in my life, its not the best money move. I’d rather put that extra cash into my mortgage or make an extra car payment or something.
Post # 11
I have two pairs that I’m deciding between. I already owned both. One is a gold strappy sandal. The other is a turquoise pump. I will probably bring them both to the wedding and decide right before, as they are the same heel height.
Post # 12
I may do a colored pair for the reception (that is more comfortable than my current 4 inch pair… I won’t last long in those!)
The first picture is the shoe I actually have. I tried them on with my dress when I went for a bridal trial! I picked the dress and months later, went back to find the same exact pair (of trial shoes) on sale! They were supposed to be over $100 and I got them for $28!
I’m thinking purple shoes for my change, preferably wedges but a stacked heel would do just as fine.
Post # 13
Depending on which dress I end up with…I’m on the fence right now….I will probably wear these champagne shoes that I ordered a few weeks ago. I LOVE them.
Post # 14
I am wearing ivory Victorian lace boots. I definitely have some long dresses I can wear the boots with afterwards.
Post # 15
I say wear what you feel good in. I am a heels girl but not too big into labels as my uh…finances don’t allow for that all the time lol. I’m wearing hot pink and they’re not a big designer but I love them even if no one really sees them!!
Post # 16
I didn’t buy colored shoes, I bought white-pearl colored platform sandals. I love them!