Post # 1
Hey lovely Bee’s, I am on the hunt for some vintage style wedding shoes. I am in the UK. I have found some that I love but they are way over my budget.
I’m 5ft 8inches so only want to wear 2 inch heels, which seem a bit more difficult to find? Anyway, if any of you ladies can suggest something similar for me that would be AMAZING!
Here are some that I LOVE (but not the price tag). I especially like the first and third pair, beautiful!
Post # 3
i just bought these the other day, not for my wedding but because i love them. They are a lot more silvery in person.
Post # 4
Before I start the shoe search, what is your budget?
Post # 6
I was hoping to spend less than 80 pounds on my wedding shoes, thanks for your help!
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Post # 7
I got a pair of Mod Cloth shoes and I am going to dress them up with new color and trim. Painting them with acrylic paint, then satin clear over that…..adding ribbons and rhinestone toe details.<br /><br />
Post # 8
sandfog1215: Maybe check the date before you respond in future. This thread is 2 years old. The Bee has been married almost 2 years, so I’m sure the shoe issue is long since resolved.
Post # 9
Can I hijack this post? I currently am Looking for Vintagey Style 20’s Wedding Shoes – Help Appreciated!
I like all the suggestions made to this wedded bee but I am in the US. Any suggestions?
Post # 11
I know this is kind of picky, but if you want to be REALLY 1920’s – go with a shoe like lightmist: found. Most high heels today have steel spikes through them, which lets the heel be nice and thin… But nobody invented those until the 50’s. In the 20’s, all heels had to have a thicker heel because they were (usually) made from something like wood, and if it was that thin they would snap.
Post # 12
The second picture down you posted i’ve seen them in person they are gorgeous but sooo expensive. Such a shame they are worth it but then again not.
Post # 13
check out ballroom dancing shoes. you can get them with street soles, they come in sandals or pump styles, and they have customizable heights. lots of chic, t-strap styles with metallic accents.
Post # 15
they’re mine. chie mihara.