(Closed) Designer/comfortable shoes, do they exist?

posted 6 years ago in Shoes
Post # 61
6369 posts
Bee Keeper

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ellagrace:  Okay because I’m terrible with brands, but I think a wedge, with a low heel work the best for comfort and support.  this is the type of shoe I wear all of the time and it works so well for me, for dancing, walking, standing, etc.  And I do this all day (only for events though), not for regular wear.  but I couldn’t even begin to tell you a brand name that has this type of shoe.

Post # 62
339 posts
Helper bee

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ellagrace:  those are Jimmy Choo but Aruna Seth ones are unbelievably comfy for heels. I know you didn’t want white but here’s a pic. Also they have many wedges 

Post # 63
791 posts
Busy bee

I just got these Loubies for the big day and even with the low chunky heel, they still need serious breaking in.  The leather feels sublime though and the only one on sale was my size so I grabbed them.  

Post # 64
658 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: Stonehouse at Stirling Ridge

Here are my loubs that I will be wearing on my big day.

I did go up a size and a half due to the fact that I have wider feet. I could of probably just gone up one size but I will be buying insoles for the big day anyway so I’m hoping they will fill in the gap for me. I love them and since they are pretty open I dont find them uncomfortable at all. Good luck finding your shoes! 🙂 

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