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#691 laurenvuitton

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    Posted 14 April 2010 - 10:34 AM

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    Originally Posted by KelZavs20
    i looked at this same pair!!! i think they are sooo cute! did you already get them curious to know how the sizes run since i have a wide foot, and one of my bridesmaid has BIG feet (but i love her!) :)
    They are pretty true to size... However I did get a 9.5.. ordered the 9 first and wanted a little more room.. Try them out, I love them!

    #692 JanineA

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      Posted 14 April 2010 - 02:39 PM

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      Originally Posted by giraffexx
      For the girls that are switching from heels to sandals...how are you handling the hem length for your dresses?
      I was wondering about this too. My dress hem is being done for the 4 inch Badgley Mischka shoes I picked out but I am 5'1 so when I hit the sand I know the hem is going to drag. I was thinking of going for wedges in the sand. What is everyone else doing about hem length and sandals?

      #693 LadyTrunck

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        Posted 14 April 2010 - 03:47 PM

        I'm in the same exact boat JanineA....I'm wearing 4" heels and I'm 5 1". Married in the sand, and I don't think my resort does those wooden aisle runners. I have searched and searched for fuschia wedges, but cannot find any that are 4".

        My last resort is to go test out my shoes in the sand by my house, and maybe I'll just need to walk on my tiptoes. I mean, even if you wear wedges, you're going to sink right? Thoughts?
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        #694 MDLady

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          Posted 14 April 2010 - 05:06 PM

          From what I heard, the sand is pretty tightly packed in the areas where the wedding arch is set up. That might help if you are wearing wedges. But pointy heels will sink for sure How about just a thick heel if you can't find a wedge?

          #695 MDLady

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            Posted 14 April 2010 - 05:08 PM

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            Originally Posted by laurenvuitton
            They are SO comfy!! They also have this padding that is already on there... trust me, I have problems with my feet and I can wear these :) You can find them on Zappos, if you dont like them you can return for free!
            I will totally have to find those. Can't wear them to my wedding (beach then deck so no pointy heels) but I can wear those any other time. Thanks!!!!!

            #696 MDLady

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              Posted 14 April 2010 - 05:11 PM

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              For the girls that are switching from heels to sandals...how are you handling the hem length for your dresses?
              My dress was hemmed for me with flats for the ceremony and at the reception if I want to switch to flats at any point for dancing. I will be wearing high heels (4" or so) but it will actually help since we are doing a surprise dance so at least people will be able to see my feet somewhat and I won't be stepping on my own dress too much. I think it's most important to make it for the reception since you will be moving/dancing. At the ceremony, you will just come out, stand, leave so it can be too long.

              #697 jackie_c

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                Posted 15 April 2010 - 01:08 AM

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                Originally Posted by LadyTrunck
                I'm in the same exact boat JanineA....I'm wearing 4" heels and I'm 5 1". Married in the sand, and I don't think my resort does those wooden aisle runners. I have searched and searched for fuschia wedges, but cannot find any that are 4".

                My last resort is to go test out my shoes in the sand by my house, and maybe I'll just need to walk on my tiptoes. I mean, even if you wear wedges, you're going to sink right? Thoughts?
                I'll try to find search out some high wedges for you! How about these, they're 4.5' and the bow might be cute w/ your wedding dress.

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                #698 jackie_c

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                  Posted 15 April 2010 - 05:28 AM

                  Oh wait wait, these are way cuter! They were called Moda In Pelle in fuschia and have a 4' heel. I'm sure you've seen all the fuschia Steve Madden wedges on ebay so I won't post. These are so cute tho!

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                  #699 *Linds*

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                    Posted 15 April 2010 - 08:06 AM

                    I love those wedges! I am 5'1 and supposed to be wearing a 4 inch stilleto and I'm not sure if I can swing it or not!!!
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                    #700 KelZavs20

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                      Posted 15 April 2010 - 08:18 AM

                      Ok shoe girls!!
                      Two things....1) if you arent looking for a specific color of shoe check out Bridal Gowns, Bridal Dresses, Bridesmaids Gowns & Formal Dresses they have a NEW for 2010 shoe line - downside, so new that they are a little hard to find and none of them are dyeable, but super cute! I personally love the Star and Princess styles.
                      2) if you have a specific color in mind (im doing tiffany blue) then check out Paradox London - Wedding Shoes and Bridal Accessories their pink bridal line is all dyeables, but they are flirty, and not the typical dyeable looking shoe - and really well priced. I was lucky enough to find a shop that carries them in my area....got the Margarita for myself - and the shop even dyes them black for free after the wedding if you want!
                      just thought id share!




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