Post # 1
To make a long story short, I have bad feet (plantar fasciitis, dropped transverse arch) and my feet KILL in heels. I was going to wear flats for the wedding because I didn’t want to get my dress hemmed for heels and then change into flats at the reception and step on my dress all night. (As I will be a dancing machine on my wedding night ;-))
However, Fiance really wanted me in heels. He doesn’t want much when it comes to the wedding and so I said I will try.
So then starts my hunt for comfortable heels. I honestly was starting to think they didn’t exist…. until I heard about Angela Nuran shoes. They have the same design as ballroom dancer’s shoes and they are HEAVENLY!!!!!!
I still went with the 2.5 heel instead of 3.5 because I will be on my feet ALL day and with my dropped transverse arch I know I will feel some pain by the end of the night.
And I am getting them hand died (Angela Nuran’s company does it themselves and so it is guaranteed) in Alfred Angelo’s fuschia!
I am soooooo excited to see them all died when they come in in 6 weeks!!!!!!!
Post # 5
those are pretty and I love the color your doing!
Post # 6
Oh honey, it’s like you read my mind! I thought I’d peruse the boards to see if I could find any recommendations for COMFORTABLE, DYEABLE heels for wide feet and arch issues.
Thank you thank you THANK YOU!! Can’t wait to check out their site!
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
these look amazing and I love the color – congrats!
Post # 8
@banana pants – you will love these shoes! The buckle part at the foot is adjustable for wider feet and the ankle strap has a lot of adjustments as well! And you can see the amazing arch support in the pic!!!!
Hope you like them!
Post # 9
Very pretty! I like that bling-y detail at the toes!
Post # 12
those are cute shoes. I love the strap. Can’t wait to see them dyed also..
Post # 13
SO cute! This is just what I was looking for, I don’t care how uncool sensible shoes are, I will be a happy bride when my feet are happy!