Post # 1
Sorry bees! IDK what happened but I tried to hit “edit” and add the picture of my Bridesmaid in her matching shoes & dress and it didn’t work for some reason…
I posted the pic of my Bridesmaid or Best Man in her matching dress and matching shoes yesterday and most everyone said I should change the color of the shoes… here’s the matching dress/shoes… and then here’s some options that I can’t EXCHANGE the shoes for (since they’ve already been purchase… thanks for any input!!
& the original pic of one of my Bridesmaid or Best Man in matching dress/matching shoes…
Post # 3
P.S. I meant… that I CAN EXCHANGE… not CAN’T… too scared to hit “edit” again… don’t want to delete my post… thanks everyone!!
Post # 4
I like the first ones, the heels look too short on the last two.
Post # 6
i like the 2nd the best – definitely don’t do matching! :]
Post # 7
I think the second pair!! I think since the dress is such a bright color and like BAM! that the shoes need to have a simple design.
Post # 8
Can you get the same shoe as the one you dyed just in a neutral color? I like that style way better than the strappy ones you have posted.
Post # 10
@Meowkers:I can do it in champagne but it’s not a light champagne… it kind of ends up looking lilke it’s dirty to me.
but thanks y’all! I have to call David’s bridal now to make the change :))
Post # 11
Glad they are letting you change them! =)
Post # 12
@CupCakeMeg: ME TOO!! A weight has been lifted off my shoulders, lol. When I originally went and picked it out I never saw the exact dress with the exact shoes (they only had other dresses in Guava so we were holding it up.. and no shoes in guava to compare) So, In my mind it was cute… once I saw it on my bridesmaid it was too much. I just got off the phone and the order has been switched… I’m feeling very good about this decision!! :))
Post # 13
My favorite is the 3rd.
Followed by 2, 4, then 1.