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Natasha, I love those shoes!! They're soo pretty and you can't beat that price! Good shopping!

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I wore them around the office (carpeted) yesterday to see how comfortable they would be. Gotta say, they were comfortable! I am going to wear them to a wedding this weekend - I'll report back on whether they are good dancing shoes.

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OK this is not an item that I have shopped for since I haven't even started at looking at dresses yet! For those of you who got married on the beach or even took pictures on the sand - How did that work with your shoes? Did the sand drive you nutts in your shoes or was it not an issue? I would like to go barefoot but I am afraid the sand will be too hot at 7pm in July. I have also been wondering how it works on the sand if you have a train on your dress. These are strange questions but I would hate to walk down the aisle and have to stop adjust my shoes or get all the sand off my train! Let me know!

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Sarah, I have the same questions, I'm actually going to wear shoes to and from the ceremony location, I'll take my shoes off on the beach, later in the day like that I'm hoping the sand won't be as hot.

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I thought a lot about this.

 

I have to wear shoes as I am allergic to bees and I am walking down a cement path that is surrounded by flowers. However, as soon as I reach the beach, I am going to kick off my shoes (it was a requirement that I could get them off easily without bending down) and walk on the sand. I will pick up my shoes after we're done taking photos.

 

As for the dress, I'm not worrying about the sand. I'm wearing it once - no worries if the bottom gets dirty. The sand in Cabo is fairly rocky and compact (when they groom it). Sarah, you should be fine at 7PM. I have baby feet and I remember walking on the sand in the early evening and it was fine. It will be warm all around in July. If it were earliery in the day, I'd recommend some nice flat sandals for the ceremony on the sand. No heel, though.

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Those are great!

 

How'd they work? I would imagine that the sand is rocky enough that you don't get sandy feet like you do when you wear thongs at most beaches.

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Tammy I checed out these shoes a couple of months back at the SW store. They're awesome... I'm a shoes girl!!! I was worried about the thong style for the entire evening. Were they comfortable?

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Tammy I checed out these shoes a couple of months back at the SW store. They're awesome... I'm a shoes girl!!! I was worried about the thong style for the entire evening. Were they comfortable?

i was good for like 5 hours but my feet did hurt by the end of the night but they always hurt in heels now. i used to be able to dance the night away in heels but no more

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My wedding shoes are not at exciting and sexy like the rest of yours but here are 2 that I am considering....I have weird feet they are long and super skinny so I can't wear strappy sandels or anything where my foot will slide right through....so I always have to look for something either closed toes or partially closed. I found these 2 from J.Crew, my dress is made from silk and is more traitional than beachy just to give you an idea

 

these ones I have a very similar pair from S. Weitzman and they are so comfy

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2nd choice

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