Post # 1
Alright bees, I want to get my shoes before my dress comes in and I have my first fitting in June, and I’m getting knee surgery in a couple of weeks. I’m not going to be able to do much walking in heels, so I’m kind of antsy to get my shoes, like, RIGHTNOW. I’m a little obsessed with Badgley Mischka’s bridal shoes, and they fit within my budget. And I’m kind of going for a romantic, ethereal, fairytale vibe. Any suggestions would be great!
Which ones go best with my dress?
Post # 3
heh im biased cuz i have the raphaelas.. they are deceivingly tall though, as compared to what you see in the photos, but they do fit that whole fairytale theme nicely =)
good luck on deciding!
Post # 4
I think the raphaela matches your gown beautifully. I love the flower detail.
Post # 5
If it were me, I would go with the first ones. I think they match perfectly.
Post # 6
I hate to be the decenting voice here, but I would go with the second pair. Considering your knee surgery I think the straps may not give you enough support. But both shoes are lovely. I just get a kinda Cinderella vibe from the Dusk shoes. The sheer fabric makes them so soft and romantic.
BTW your dress is so Beautiful!! And it complements your shape very well! All in all, a beautiful picture!
Post # 7
I love the raphaella with your dress, which is AMAZING by the way!!!!!
Post # 8
I think… Well, although the first one, in my opinion, is prettier. The second one will give you more support. Considering you will be on your feet for hours and the surgery, the support bit is more important…
Why don’t you go for something that combines both?
Something like these? I know these aren’t Badgley Mischka… but I think they are quite romantic and looks more… supportive
Post # 9
Thanks, bees! I started to worry about my dress this weekend because I saw it in a magazine and HATED it, but you guys have made me feel better!
@EvergreenSelena: Those are AWESOME SHOES! Where’d you find those? I love the platform, too. Those will give me quite a bit of support.
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Post # 11
I voted wrong on accident! I love the first pair!
Post # 12
coming from someone who has had 3 knee surgeries but also still has an affection for shoes, you will need more support in your shoes. it also helps to go with a lower heel so it takes the pressure off of your knees. I like the second ones, and the suggestions ones as well. Either way, just make sure that the heel doesnt make you uncomfortable, and you should be good to go. Good luck!