Post # 122
I’ve got a bit of a hike down a hill (not really – but the entrance to the ceremony site at my venue is higher up than where the actual wedding will take place) and I’m terrified enough of tripping on my dress, my own feet or an uneven brick that high heels are not an option. I found these when shopping with my sister a couple of weeks ago, and if my dress is short enough (currently too small in the hips and doesn’t sit quite right yet) I’m totally getting them, along with a comfy pair of insoles for the day:
And yes, those are skulls on the toes.
Post # 123
I bought those–and while they’re pretty on the rack, they are VERY stiff and not comfortable. They also showed a LOT more toe cleavage than I personally wanted. I ended up returning them.
Post # 124
I posted the stock photo of my shoes before the wedding, but wanted to post a few pro pics. I am sooooo glad I went with flats. They were comfortable, cute and I wore them all night.
Post # 126
These are the heels I originally bought…well I wore them for my alterations appt and they hurt like shit so that I told her to forget the hem and that I would come back with my flats.
These are my flats. I’ve had them for about 3 years and still get compliments on them. (terrible picture though)
I still plan to “wear” the heels for getting ready pictures because I paid a pretty penny for them and they can’t be returned.
Post # 127
I need to stretch them out a bit but these are what I bought:)
Post # 128
@inukoro1177: Those are super cute!!! I would take flats over walking awkwardly any day! lol