Post # 1
My dress will be in next month so it is time to go shoe shopping! I just started looking online, and loved a pair of open toe shoes. My Maid/Matron of Honor (and mother) both say I should not be wearing open toe shoes for a winter wedding.
Could I get away with open toe shoes or am I stuck with closed toe?
Post # 3
@amandasf: I did closed-toe shoes for my winter wedding (though that was also because I have ugly toes), and I asked my BMs to do the same. I know that plenty of other people do open toes, though.
Post # 4
I’m just not a fan of open-toed shoes, no matter how limited the view of toes is. I just don’t like seeing toes peeking out of shoes! So, closed-toed.
Post # 5
Unless you’re getting married in the snow outdoors, I don’t think it really matters.
Post # 6
If u do open toe, I wouldn’t go any further than peep toes. I always think it’s weird to see full open toe shoes in winter. Peep toe is acceptable tho.
Post # 7
@louisianablue: nope- totally indoors.
Post # 8
if the wedding is in doors and you’re not planning on doing photos outisde, then open toe is fine, or if you are going outside maybe change into boots! That’s what I did 🙂
Post # 9
If it’s totally indoors, I would just do whatever shoe you like the best. As PP said, as long as you’re not trudging through snow/mud/etc. to get from point A to B, it should be fine.
Then again, I live in Southern California where we wear open-toe year round.