Post # 1
Ive already owned this beautiful heels to wear on my big day, but I’m sort of worrying my feet may get hurted very much if I wear it for the whole day. My Maid/Matron of Honor told me I’m supposed to get a flat to change into, which to give myself a break.
I have no idea how tired I will be on that day, but I think getting backup shoes isn’t bad. Digg some styles on the net, I kinda like to be back to outerinner, where I bought my wedding dress from, just for the lower price 😉
They quoted me $35 for the flat after discount.
I’m not a big fan of bow though, does it look good?
Just a thought buying it, not yet make my final decision though. Let me know how you bees think!
Post # 3
um…. is this outrinner???? lol
Post # 4
they’re cute, but keep in mind if you wear heels that high your dress will drag on the ground in flats. I ended up wearing my heels all night and was totally fine. Just make sure you’re comfortable in your shoes and break them in before the wedding!
Post # 5
@pinkandsparkly , thanks for your heads-up 😉
I’ve bought the flat, just in case 😉 I wish I could wear the heels throughout my wedding, and still comfortable in it like you.
Post # 6
There is no rule that you have to change into flats. Not everyone does either.
If you change from heels to flats, your dress will drag. causing you to trop and people will step on it. Typically the dress is altered to accommodate heels, not flats, which adds to the problem. Pick one or the other. Most women prefer to go barefoot if their heels are bothering them, but if you do that, then get the dress altered to fit you standing flat (no heels).
Post # 7
Hey “ILoveMicheal” where did you ever find these high heeled shoes to buy? I love them and can’t seem to find them anywhere to buy. If you could let me know that would be great.