Post # 1
I was wondering if any of you had some additional resources where to find bridal shoes. I can’t seem to find what im looking for, in the right color, for a reasonable price. So far I have looked at:
Light in the Box
My Glass Slipper
Any others I should check out? The search continues…
Post # 3
bump.. now that people are waking up 😉
Post # 4
i guess it depends on what you mean by bridal shoes but most departments stores have shoes that can be used for weddings
– nordstroms, saks, neimans, barneys, bergdorfs, bloomingdales
they can also be purchased from bridal stores such as david’s, alfred angelo.
i also found them at cute little dress boutiques.
also to add to your list:
Post # 5
I had great luck with heels.com. They had a particular pair of Badgely Mischkas that were sold out almost everywhere else. I was also able to find a coupon code that enabled me to get my wedding shoes for a steal! Free returns too.
Post # 6
I don’t like buying shoes online because you have no way to tell how/if they fit before you purchase them. Also, my feet are shaped weird so buying before trying anything on is not an option.
You can find formal shoes at any dept store, Payless, Famous Footwear, etc. and try them on before you buy.
Post # 7
I’m getting mine from myglassslipper. but i tried them on in the nyc store. buying online can be smart, if you know your feet/sizing well. DSW usually is a good place to go.
Post # 8
I think the problem I have is that I fell in love one pair of shoes, but they are slightly out of my price range. When I look at other shoes, they just dont compare. My criteria is pretty specific. When I have seen another shoe that could be an option, they end up not having my size my size anywhere on the web.
My dream shoe is: Badgley Mischka Lissa in Ivory $245, size 7.
Ideally I would like to stay under or around $100. Platform peep toe heel in Ivory satin, with some sort of bling on it.
A lot of similar shoes have bows, which i dont like. I have seen some shoes that are the “dyables” brands, and they just seem cheapy to me. But if anyone has had good experience with any of them, I would love to hear your suggestions.
Thanks again everyone!