Post # 1
I am actually considering wearing ankly canvas boots as shoes…yes, for the big day. Here are my reasons:
1. We are having a rustic barn wedding…no church… bluegrass band.
2. My dress looks better with flats -errr. I don’t want to sink into the ground with heels or step on uneven ground.
3. The boots are little more exciting than flats.
Post # 3
I would have to see a picture of the boots in question, but if that’s what will make you comfortable and it’ll go with your overall feel of your wedding I say go for it!
It would help even more if you had some sort of inspiration board for the wedding and a picture of boots you’re considering (and your dress)…
The more visual details you provide the better people will be able to give their opinions!
Post # 4
Do you mean ones like these?
I have seen a lot of pictures of people in all kinds of different shoes. I think they might be fun, but I’m not really sure this is what you mean.
Post # 5
These are really cute, but they have a heal so I’m not sure it is what you want. – http://www.6pm.com/spring-seweall-natural
Post # 6
My feet are sweating just thinking about boots in June in Alabama, even canvas ones. If that doesn’t bother you, then wear whatever you want. I am at a point where almost nothing anyone could say would surprise me or even make me think it avant garde, and it seems to fit the style you are going for.
Post # 7
These are the boots… but I have to say I think that I am not thinking about the temperature…
Thanks for the comments ladies!
Post # 8
A friend of mine wore white boots with knee-high plaid socks for her wedding. It was the least weddingy thing I’ve ever seen, and it was the most awesome because it was very “her” and unfortunately most women aren’t so brave. If you want to wear the boots, wear the boots. 😀
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2011 - Ravenswood Billboard Factory
What if you went with the TOMS wraparound boots instead? I think that they aren’t as heavily lined as the Botas are, and you can wrap them as high up your leg as you’d like.