Dyeable high heel wedge sandal with beaded T-strap Style Willow
Do not waste your time
I'm generally a pump person but I figured for extended periods of time on my feet wedges would be better/more comfortable. I have already purchased and dyed my shoes and could barley make it through my alteration appointment in these shoes. I intend to try to wear these around my house before the wedding to see if breaking them in helps but I am also looking for different shoes. These hurt my feet so bad and I can usually wear shoes that the average person can't. I was very disappointed!
January 4, 2012
Wear before wedding day
These shoes were exactly what I wanted. I'm 5'3 and my husband is 6'3. I wanted something that would give me height and I hate heels, so wedges were the only option. I had them dyed Cornflower to match my dress. At first they were uncomfortable but the more I wore them, the better they felt. I think if I would have worn them before my wedding day, they would have felt comfortable all day.
December 30, 2011
I'm short (5'2") and wanted a shoe that would increase my height, be comfortable, sexy, and easy to walk in (there was stone path on the way to the alter). These shoes did all the above. I tried on several heals at David's and of the white bridal shoes these were the most comfortable. I wore them from 11:30am to about 7pm before I got tired with lots of walking and dancing in between. Like any shoe break them in before the big day. I wore heavy socks and walked around the house in them. Personally, I think heals are easier to dance in than wedges but that was the only difficulty I had with these shoes and that was very minor.
December 27, 2011
I got them dyed canary for my bridesmaid. It looks amazing. I tried them on myself and walked around in them a while before I got them dyed, and they felt more comfortable than a normal heel. And they look good.
December 2, 2011