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I’m getting married in April and need to purchase wedding shoes soon so I can start the wedding gown fittings. The problem is that on most websites, I only see winter shoes, and a very small selection of weddings shoes. I’m looking for something high-end (Louboutin, Manolo, etc) that is appropriate for the wedding but that I can wear on other occasions. I’ve checked out Zappos and all the major dept stores, but haven’t found anything I love. I’d like something like a silver strappy sandal but am open to white as well (the dress is white). Any suggestions?
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If you’ve already done the dept stores like saks, barneys, bloomingdales, etc. I would check out –
and of course http://www.bluefly.com You can get some really good discounts.
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Check out Nordstrom for Jimmy Choos (I think you may like their "Jag" model). They also have it at Nordstrom that you can try on. They only sell the silver strappy ones online, though.
I tried many high end lines and to my surprise (and I guess Mr. JCM’s relief) I ended up with the Carle from Nina. It turned out to be the most comfortable and what I was looking for. It was only $79.95 which I can’t complain about although I would have loved to have Manolos, CLs, Choos, etc. I almost wanted to fake myself into thinking they were perfect but they weren’t!
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I’m also trying to find shoes online–I’m a 10 N and need a strap around my ankle. I’d also like to find a pair with a heel less than 3 in. and a closed toe. I check nordstrom.com, bloomingdales.com, bluefly.com, and shoebuy.com religiously but haven’t seen anything that would work yet.
I’m going to check the other websites listed in the above posts. Thanks! If there are any others people with narrow feet recommend, please let me know!
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I am looking at Nordstrom’s website right now and there seem to be a lot of silver sandals; I think I am going to order some. Or maybe gold?
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Don’t forget to check out places like DSW–There are some good finds there.
Also, check out Solestruck.com. They, too, have free shipping both ways and no sales tax. They had some shoes that zappos didn’t, some even by the same designers.
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