Post # 1
Im having a bit of problem. I can’t choose between loubs for my big day. Oh what a life! What do you think would look better with my dress out of these 2?
1. Talitha Glitter Ivory sandal:
2. Patinana Strass Sandal in Nude
As a reference, my dress is lace ivory (similar to below), with rhinestone belt.
This topic was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by Berky07.
Post # 2
I’m no help. The first shoe goes better with your dress, but the second shoe is absolutely to die for!!!
Post # 3
Which would I pick? Whichever one is more comfortable because Loubs kill my feet!!
But in terms of looks, I prefer the second ones. I think they’re also more wearable in the future. After all, you want to be able to wear them after the wedding, too!
Post # 4
I would pick the second LB’s, you will be able to wear these after your wedding more.
Post # 5
Second! I love that the sheer nude will make it seem like you just have sparkles on your feet.
Post # 6
- Wedding: July 2015 - City Hall!
second! but only if i have a really classic pair of Louboutins first. i’d rather invest in a super classic can wear anytime pair, vs a special pair. if i already had a classic, second pair for sure!
Post # 7
I picked neither but if you have to choose pick number 2
Post # 8
Thanks for the responses thus far!
Yess I was thinking about the whole re-wearability factor too. I think its why I am so torn! For that reason im leaning more towards the second, but i do think the first would look better with my dress. Ugh what a tough choice.
I agree with you – a classic foundation is crucial. This would be my second pair. First was the Biancas in black leather. Love them!
Post # 10
i think im the only one that prefers the 1st.
Post # 11
i would pick #2 all day. i’ve seen pairs like #1 a million times before. if you’re going to splurge on a luxe item i would want it be unique and something you couldn’t get if you didn’t go so high end. i think the second pair is way more unique and i would go with those. i love them and you could get a lot more use out of them too. first ones aren’t ugly tho lol! 😉
Post # 12
I prefer the first ones. I’m not a fan of any of the sheer styles. Maybe that’s just because I hate my feet though.
Post # 13
i do kinda relate to those who have said the first match a little better…though w a floor length dress will you really see much of your shoes? and nude does match everything.. also if you’re wearing a rhinestone belt that ties together w the second pair’s jewels.
just for fun…
Post # 15
I love bridal shoes that are not super bridal – so they can be worn again and again. Voted for #2 – so gorgeous!