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Did anyone get dyeable shoes? Im considering going this route since I want my shoes to match the bridesmaid dresses which are going to be teal/torquois

 

Not sure if anyone has had any experience with dyable shoes and any reccomendationsdog.gif

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I would stay away from them if u are going to step anywhere near the water. They don't hold up at all if they get wet. Had to wear them for a wedding once and had to have different pair of shoes to wear outside bc it was raining. Just a thought. Other than that they are great bc they will match the dresses perfectly.

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I just purchased a pair online, and am waiting for them to arrive. Not to hijack the thread, but...where can I find dye for them?! I've had no luck so far to do it myself! You can PM if you have any suggestions so that we stay on topic here...

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It says on one of the websites that you should spray with waterproofing spray to have it keep the color in case they get wet at all - but if you waterproof it, then you can't re-dye it, if that's a concern..

google dye-able wedding shoes and there are tons of sites..

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Any updates on dyeable shoes?  I can't find 1-2" turquoise shoes anywhere or at least ones that I like!  The previous post mentioned waterproofing them... I don't care if I ruin the shoe, I'm worried about my dress!!!

 

Any brides use dyeables?  Experience???

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