Post # 1
I’ve tried to get onboard and pretend they look ok, but I just think those couple toes sticking out look awkward. Why is it so hard to find nice blue wedding shoes with a closed toe? And a close ROUND toe at that. Seems like 90% of the closed toe shoes I’ve found are all pointy.
Last year I already bought these cute white dress sandals that are pretty comfortable (and only $8 on clearance!), but after months of looking at WeddingBee shoe pics, I’ve been yearning for blue ones! Yesterday, I did find 2 pairs I liked on Endless.com and just couldn’t resist ordering them. Yes, one is a peep toe, we’ll see how that goes. But I still wish they were round toes.
Anyone else want to love peep toes but just can’t?
Post # 3
I love peeptoes. I’m thinking of the heels in my closet, I think they are ALL peeptoes!
Post # 4
Side note, I should also mention that I can’t make my feet stay in those super high platform shoes that seem to be everywhere now for more than a few seconds. Really my limit for pain is 3″ or less in the heel. Yeah, I guess that part is my own fault.
Post # 5
I love peeptoes. I wish I could wear them year round. lol Sorry you can’t find any comfy shoes though.
Post # 6
ME! I hate the look of peep toes on myself. I love flip-flops and flat sandals, love closed-toes pumps, but hate peeps toes and don’t prefer strappy heels.
I have been doing through the same problem finding wedding shoes. I want to wear heels, but want a closed-toe pump. I found a pair of Kate Spade shoes on Zappos that I ordered, and returned. I have to order the smaller size, but it’s just so much money for a pair of shoes!
Good luck on your shoe search! I’d be interested to see what you decide on.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
Me too! I can’t stand peep toes.
Feet, in general, are borderline icky and having two toes squishing awkwardly out the front can be really overboard, IMO. It’s way worse when it’s my feet because I become super self conscious about it. I’m desperately hoping for a new trend by the time I get married.
Post # 8
I love peep toes they are so cute. of course they only look right if they fit properly, some peoples toes stick way out and then it doesnt look right. But otherwise they are so cute and feminine especially on a flat shoe!
Post # 9
I hate peeptoes, too. My feet look like horse’ feet in them. And they never feel comfortable for me because my toes get pushed forward and the holes cut into my feet. I consider it a good thing, though since I love buying shoes. Lots of shoes these days are peeptoes so that saves me money, lol.
I have a pair of gold sandals and a pair of nude/ blush pumps for my wedding. I was looking for another pair of gold glitter pumps (round toe, no outrageous platform, and no slingback, is it too much to ask, lol) but couldn’t find anything so I just gave up.
Post # 10
- Wedding: December 2010 - Savannah, GA
I love shoes. I have shoes with peep toes, pointy toes, round toes, sling backs, pumps, platforms, low heels, high heels… I have ten different pairs of black shoes, two pair of brown shoes (always have a hard time finding brown shoes that are cute), six pairs of grey shoes, and lord only knows how many other different color variations of shoes I have besides that… DH doesn’t understand why I need so many shoes, but I do need them, I really, really do.
Post # 11
I spent a LONG time rejecting peep toes, but once I started to love them, there was no turning back! Sometimes it’s about finding the right ones…
Post # 12
I like open toed shoes more than peep toed shoes. I rather all my toes be out than just one or two. lol
Post # 13
I hate peep-toes, along with sandals or anything that my toes show. My second toes is waaaaay longer than the rest of my toes, so I feel like everyone is staring
Post # 14
i think peeptoes look weird too! i have ugly toes though…LOL I also have a hell of a time finding shoes because i like close toes. i did flats for the wedding
Post # 15
If only they still made the Kate Spade Keeden in blue!
Post # 16
Hate um. You’re not alone.