Post # 1
So I’m wearing a very calssic 1950s Tea Length wedding dress (that i adore) – full of tulle, lace, a square neck and little cap sleeves. My problem is I love (love love love love) shoes! And I cannot decide which way to go – except non-traditional. I love my shoes having a touch of edge to them, and to me, for a wedding that pretty much means anything but ivory/white.
I found these gorgeous glittery lace shoes by Enzo that I love and then I found an equally beautiful pair of black lace kitten heel peep toes with a bow. They are both very comfy (maybe the black ones a tad more so because they are shorter) but I just don’t know.
Please, help me decide:
(I need to stop looking at shoes because honestly, I’d love to wear either red suede or patent or blue satin with my dress too!)
Post # 3
Oh, I liked the black lace ones.. cuuute! 😀 But red suede would look great aswell! 😀
Post # 5
The blacks ones are adorable! They get my vote!
Post # 6
Love the black ones, but patent would be a very good choice also. Shoot, I bought four pairs and didn’t decide which ones I wanted to wear until 10 minutes before walking down the aisle. Tahari and NineWest both have beautiful patent leather ones that are very comfortable and can be worn all night without your feet killing you.
Post # 7
I love the glittery Enzos.
Post # 8
I love the glitter ones. I actually bought them for my shoes but they didn’t work out because my dress was too short 🙁
Post # 9
I LOVE the lace ones.
My question is how much lace is in your dress. If it has a lot then lace shoes might be overkill.
Post # 10
I love the glittery ones! They pop without being “too much”
Do you have a picture of your dress?
Post # 11
Glitter lace–I haven’t seen ones like that yet and I LOVE them!
Post # 12
The glitter ones, definitely.
You could always get both though.. I mean, you’d get to wear them again after.. (I’m terrible when it comes to shoes lol)
Post # 13
You should put up a poll. My vote is for the glittery pair.
Post # 14
@YSQueen: Done and done! Thanks! Great idea.
There’s not too much lace and what there is is fairly subtly because it’s all overlaid over tulle or the bodice material. A few lace floral patterns stiched on the tulle gown skirt, the neckline has the same lace pattern over the material of the bodice and the cap sleeves are made of the lace.
Here’s my dress to help. It’s still at the seamstress so I don’t have a pic of me in it yet:( It was my grandmother’s. An original Priscilla of Boston.
Post # 15
I love the Glitter one.. 🙂
Post # 16
After seeing the dress, I vote for the glitter shoes. I think the bow on the lace shoes, while cute, is too much with the other details on the dress.