Post # 17
I originally was looking at dance shoes as well… These are my shoes. They’re about a 2.5″ heel, and so comfortable and secure with the buckles. They are really easy to dance in (and clean, since they’re linen). I just went to various websites & sorted shoes by color & heel height until I found some I liked.
Post # 18
- Wedding: October 2013 - Rustic mill, historical site
right, but how many heels do you own that are good for your feet? ANY heel could turn and your ankle could twist… Mine don’t feel any different than regular heeled sandals aside from the comfort 🙂
I got 2.75 inch heel, so, not break-neck high.
Post # 19
@yehyehgirl: http://www.cwdanceshoes.com/home.html I have about 5 pairs from these guys, they’re stylish, fairly inexpensive, comfortable, and they have many heel height ranges!
Post # 20
I wore dance shoes for my wedding. I also had trouble finding shoes that I liked and that fit – they were either too high or too flat and I couldn’t find anything that didn’t make me think I’d be limping in a few hours.
I bought some dance shoes – able to order the exact size including width, and with the heel I wanted. They were from light in the box, so very inexpensive, and I’m sure they were not the best, but I was surprised by the quality being as good as it was.
They do have suede soles, but mine held up really well – I wore them all day, walking around for photos – we walked several city blocks for pics, and then they stayed on for the ceremony and then the reception/dance (great for the dance part!). My feet barely hurt by the end of the night even after being on my feet most of the time.