Post # 1
Ugh. I spent over $100 on a pair of shoes that I liked in the store and I lowered the heel and they are not returnable and it sucks!!! 🙁
Anyone else experience this?
I knew in the pit of my stomach they weren’t the shoe, but I had the people in the store fawning all over me and I folded. This wedding is making me at times an emotional impulse buyer.
Post # 3
So sorry to hear about your shoe issue. I know how you feel – I almost gave in on my shoes. In the end, I kept looking and found THE pair.
Maybe you could post them on the classifieds. There might be a bride out there that is looking for a shoe very similiar to the one that you bought. Maybe you can take some of the money from that sale to purchase new shoes. Just a thought.
Post # 4
I think it happens to the best of us, giving in to something we knew wasn’t really what we wanted because we get so caught up in the moment. Happened to me with a tiara. It was beautiful, but I didn’t want one, but ended up getting it because everyone kept saying how nice it was… I think people do it on purpose just to take advantage of us!
Definitely try to sell them if you really hate them. Luckily it’s just shoes and not the wedding dress! I found my shoes on Amazon, to be honest, for about $50. I know some people totally love shoes, but I needed gold shoes and I knew there’s just no way I’d ever be wearing them again, plus I also knew people wouldn’t really be seeing them so I didn’t put much time or energy into it, personally.