Post # 61
Well, I’m in NYC….and hell no on cowboy boots with a wedding GOWN!
I’M all for pride in my flag….love this country….and the boots are not the actual flag….so it’s not disrespectful.
But I say get a beautiful dress shoe and save the boots for 4th of July.
On a side note…I don’t understand how a Brit can’t understand our flag worship?? Europeans don’t love their countries? ??
Post # 62
haha…I noticed that as well. I am guessing OP meant “red-blooded”? I usually hear that used with American. Although blue bloods also make me think of college basketball or other sports as well. Meaning=elite.
Post # 63
“Tacky” is such a subjective term, so if you like it, that’s all that matters. I think a wedding should reflect the couple’s personality anyway and if wearing cowboy boots is your thing, I say go for it.
I will say that if you plan on wearing a long dress, no one really sees your shoes anyway. I spent a long time finding the perfect pair of shoes and in the end, no one saw them except for the photographer to take some shots and when we played the shoe game. 🙂
Post # 64
you’re right it is semantics. Red blood/blue blood. Who cares. Your comment was catty and uncalled for. Unless of course you are an expert on what people wear. All that was needed is whether you think it’s tacky or not. Have a good day.