Post # 1
Hello Bees! I love my dress, but I need to wear high heels with it bc if it gets shortened then it would lose it’s beautiful scalloped edge. So, do you know of any comfortable high heel shoes? Or at least a brand? thanks!! By the way, I am NOT a high heel shoe person, I am a COMFORTABLE shoe person. So wish me luck!
Post # 3
Hi! Cole Haan has an entire bridal collection, and I swear by how comfortable their shoes are. I have numerous pair of Cole Haan’s heels (up to 4 inches) and wear them walking all over downtown DC. All of the shoes in their bridal collection are their “Air” shoes – they contracted with Nike to put the Nike Air pads in their shoe soles (you can’t see them) – and they are really cute – here’s a link:
Post # 4
try heylady shoes. they’re 3-4 inches and supposed to be super comfortable. somebody blogged about them recently, but I was coveting them long before! haha. here’s the site:
(beware…they’re too cute and way too pricey!)
Post # 5
Hey Lady shoes are supposed to be super comfortable as well:
I’ve got my eye on the Breakfast at Tiffany’s pair, but I think they are all really cute. Good luck!
Post # 6
I second Cole Haan. They have a bridal collection (that is dyeable if you need a different color). Cole Haan uses Nike Air technology so they are comfortable.
Post # 8
I bought some Nina shoes and they don’t seem too bad, but I also haven’t worn them all day so who know…Usually high heels hurt my feet within minutes, but these ones dont. I prance around in them when the dude isn’t home.
Post # 9
I have some Nina shoes, as well. I don’t think they are too bad, either but I haven’t worn them all day yet. They are pretty high–about 4 inches but so far, so good.
Post # 10
- Wedding: July 2010 - Catholic Church & The Engine Room at Georgetown Studios
I was looking for some non-bridal looking shoes and was surprised how comfy Paris Hilton’s shoe line was. K stop laughing… I’m serious! That girl lives in heels and she’s made certain that her shoes are comfy!
Post # 11
Damn! Wedding shoes are pricey! But I guess, they are made to be comfy and you pay for what you get. Right?
Post # 12
Are you sure that the bottom is not repositionable? On a few of the scalloped bottom dresses I looked at, the salon said that the bottom could basically be cut off, and repositioned higher, if the dress needed to be shortened.
Post # 13
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Post # 14
Does anyone know about David Brida’s shoes? My sister suggested them to me. But if they aren’t known for being comfortable then I’d rather go with a known brand.
Post # 15
I tried on the Hey Lady shoe line at a bridal shop and they really are super comfortable. However, that to me is not worth the 200+ dollars. I’m wondering if maybe I could just wear espadrilles instead of pumps? No one sees the shoes anyway, right?
And Knit, I was totally laughing at the thought of Paris Hilton’s shoes being comfortable! Nice to know she’s got some sense!
Post # 16
If you have the money, or feel comfortable buying off Ebay or from a consignment shop, the Manolo Blahnik satin D’Orsay is the most beautiful and comfortable pair of heels I have ever owned. I mean, you have to practice walking in them, as they are high, but they’re made of good materials, so you don’t get blisters as long as they’re broken in. And my feet usually blister really easily.
I wore them at FSIL’s wedding, and expected to be dying by the end of the night. Every Bridesmaid or Best Man but me changed into flip flops – I made it until the vendors were packing up at the reception, and it still wasn’t bad. Plus, they are the kind of shoes that you just feel beautiful in. (And I was wearing a not-so-beautiful Bridesmaid or Best Man dress.)