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wedding shoes

Posted by arizonarose (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 17, 11 at 11:19

Hi, We are having a riverboat wedding in Sept., Can someone suggest what shoes I should wear. I was thinking a flat white sandal with maybe some rhinestones...not sure. Do I need to wear white shoes? The dress is long and cotton , with spaggeti straps. I would like to post a picture but don't see that option.


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RE: wedding shoes

Wear whatever is comfortable for a night of celebrating and dancing. Congrats!


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RE: wedding shoes

Thanks Michelle! I'm leaning towards the flats...though fiance wants me to wear heels...


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Then definitely go for the flats, if your dress has sparkles on it then the shoes would be fine with rhinestones, but if it is simple with no frills than a plain shoe would be appropriate.


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Thanks, I didn't think about that...The dress is a hawaiian beach dress...B/F's shirt is made from the same fabric. You are so right about the no frills. Most of the heels I've looked at are satin and I didn't think that would look good either. It should be easy to find a plain white sandal..thanks again!


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This might help!

Here is a link that might be useful: white sandals


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Thank you for the link! I'm sure I'll be able to find the perfect shoe. Now I'm looking at hair accessories too. This is so much fun :-)


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Most wedding shoes are satin or silk, but there are a few styles available in leather. Wedding Shoes are available in both ivory and white, although there is considerably less choice if you are looking for white bridal shoes


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