Dyeable Wedge Sandal with Criss-Cross Front Style LOVE
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A classic sandal that looks great dyed in any color - perfect for outdoor weddings.
A smooth fabric often used in bridal gown design because of its exquisite drape.
Dyeable Wedge Sandal with Criss-Cross Front Style LOVE 6 6
Painful These are cuter that cute shoes. My friend had us wear them for her wedding. But it was not even an hour before we all had them off and some of us had blisters. The bride had us dye the silver and to be honest I did not see an difference. The heel also began to come apart by the end. I will never wear these again. June 25, 2012
They look better white Thought these wedges would be perfect for my outdoor wedding. They were really cute with rhinestones across one strap. I chose to have them dyed Watermelon. Got them back and not thrilled with how they came out. The dye makes the white around the rhinestones and the string holding them all together really stand out and look plasticy and cheap. As to be expected there are some areas where the dye didnt take (in the creases and also around some of the rhinestones) where I tried to color in with a pink marker (darker pink will be less noticeable than white!) I've scotch guarded them but I'm unsure whether I will actually be wearing them on the day. I'm really worried about the dye running and getting on my dress or feet. I know no one will see them under my dress but it bugs me how cheap they look! Unfortunately, since I had them dyed I'm now stuck with them If you can, id recommend finding a shoe that is actually the color you want, and use dyeables as a last resort May 22, 2012
GORGEOUS!!! :) my 2011 wedding was postponed until this year. And, my bridesmaids ordered these dyed earlier last year-so they should be completely dry by now. And, they are GORGEOUS in the apple red, I LOVE it!!! :) March 4, 2012
Not Dyable First of all these shoes are adorable so don't be fooled. Unless you are ordering them in white or some other light color I highly reccommend not getting them dyed. My bridesmaids had them dyed black and on the date of the wedding all of my bridesmaids ended up with black feet & black toes (which obviously ruined their pedicures). It would've been understandable if it was a mistake made by the store, but our shoes were dyed at different locations and were dyed plenty of time in advance to dry. When I get my pictures back from my photographer I'd be glad to share the embarrassment my girls had to deal with on the day of the wedding. June 30, 2011
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