(Closed) outdoor wedding shoe help

posted 9 years ago in Shoes
Post # 3
14186 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I got these for my outdoor wedding. They’re flat and super super cushy. They weren’t kidding when they said padded footbed. Plus, the footbed is silver so it is actually pretty if it peeks out. I think it’d totally go with your grecian dress. You would be fine with wide in these, too I think since they are sandals. Really, they’re so comfy and it sucks that i’m waiting to wear them so i don’t scuff them up. The straps are a nice soft, not patent leather.

Post # 4
2144 posts
Buzzing bee

I think a pair of awesome sandals would go better with a Grecian dress rather than heels 🙂 If heels kill your feet, why subject yourself to such torture, unless you just feel you are too short? Few people will see your feet anyway and the last thing you want is to be thinking about how your feet are killing you as you are partaking in all the wedding festivities! I had short heels on (2inches) and they didn’t bother my feet at all though, and heels are never comfy for my feet either. My arch never seems to match up properly so tons of pressure goes onto the ball of my foot. Wedges were ESPECIALLY bad. I swear, after the few short hours I had wore them one day, and most of the time I was sitting, my husband and I had to take a bus just a couple of blocks home because I just could NOT walk in them my feet killed so badly. I threw those shoes out. They were cute and made my legs look great, but never again lol

Post # 6
10 posts
  • Wedding: October 2009

I have the same issue – I really wanted some extra height but I HATE wearing heels. After some heaving searching, I purchased the Nina Vitoria strappy sandal heels in Hot Pink. Reviews for these babies said that they were extremely comfortable, and man, were they right. A friend wearing 5 inchers to her wedding recommended that you walk around in them for a couple of hours every night about a month or two before the wedding so that you can get comfortable.. probably not a bad idea.

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