Wedding Shoes

Discussion in 'Best Buys and Bargains' started by MrsApplen2be, May 23, 2010.

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    MrsApplen2be

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    BunnyMonkey

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    They are beautiful. And such a great price.

    If we're sharing shoes... here are mine...

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    I also found these, which come with a matching bag. They're on sale at the moment too and they are more beautiful than they are in the picture.

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    My link
     
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    Thanks for the links, I am saving them for when I get my shoes later. I cannot walk in heels so it terrifies me!
     
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    Mine are my avatar!
     
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    oohh there perfect! Im having a shoe wobble now.... I did buy some really dramatic, much too high shoes, but Im now thinking I need a pair thats going to be comfy just incase my feet start to ache... so these are mine...[​IMG]
     
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    Oh gosh they are soooooo high! I've had years of the school run and boring work and being single was never able to go out and socialise as thus, cannot walk in heels. I love them but get the things on, look awesome for a second then take about a minute trying to stand up, wobble a bit, wobble a lot more and walk across the room in manner one would expect of a man in drag with size 12 feet trying to wear Jimmy Choos. In fact a man in drag with size 12 feet could probably do it with more decorum than me. How exactly does one get over the lack of balance and the sheer pain????

    I have two years to get this right. If I wear heels for a bit each day whilst doing housework, maybe, just maybe I can work it out. Nightmare but very funny! :rolleyes:
     
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    Love MrsApple2b and fizzymelons shoes, but like poppleminster above I just can't walk in heels, especially after having 2 children. I'm looking for some mid heel shoes that will hopefully be comfortable all day. I really want some raspberry pink mid-heels if anyone can find/seen any? Love those pics when you lift your dress up and see the falsh of colour underneath. The rest of my wedding is so far very traditional so I want something a little different and pink is my fav colour [​IMG]
     
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    Ohh glad they've come back and that you love them [​IMG] Comfy is def the way to go lol!

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    well me too... having a 2 year old and a 4 year old.... had stopped wearing heels altogether since the first pregnancy... but once we booked our date... i started wearing very small heels and got bigger once I mastered it again lol so now with only 2 months to go... I can just about walk in these, but Im having weekly pedicures to keep soles very soft, as soon as you have dry skin thats what causes the pain. I love my shoes and their statement... but I feel the whole day in them is going to be impossible.. so as long as I can walk down the aisle, stand for a few pics lol then I will retire to some thing more comfy and seriously thinking about those ones from Very, but in black [​IMG]
     
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    I've never had a pedicure, this is the issue (rushes off to beg H2b for pedicure to be added to essential shopping list). I had no idea it made a difference but it makes sense. I have never worn heels so will follow your example and try it bit by bit.
     
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    If you have dry skin on your heel/ball of your foot, to your nerves its like walking with some thing under your foot, so plenty of warm foot soaks and keep rasping your feet until their baby soft for your big day and you will feel the difference [​IMG] I could write you down a step by step to do, for an at home pedicure ( my job is a nail technician)
     
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    Love the shoes! :)

    Those pink ones are fab but I wouldn't like to wear them all day! This is the problem I'm going to have, choosing really high shoes then not going to be able to walk in them lol.

    A step by step pedicure sounds like a fab idea...! :)
     
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    i will type one out this evening and start a thread about feet preperations for the big day [​IMG]
     
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    Lol I have hard sking i have horrid feet.....bet thats what causes my pain then. Tips recommended would be great :)

    For me those shoes are mid heel lol. I have higher ones but decided that on my wedding day walking round with no shoes on was not an option. Im looking everywhere for hot pink shoes almost chose some myself but those ones look too high dotn want the bridesmaids towering over me. Im meant to be the gorgeous one lol bad enough they both have figures to die for. xx
     
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    I searched on www.like.co.uk and www.shopstyle.co.uk for shoes and assesories, perfect way to search all shops in one place [​IMG]
     
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    Oooh Fizzymelon please do a step by step home pedicure - sounds silly but I won't go for one at the mo as I have loads of dry skin on the soles of my feet. (I know they will of seen worse) but thats me!:)
     
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    Ladies you need to invest in a ped egg! They are quite expensive (approx £10) but my mum bought me one ages ago and I havn't looked back, they are fantastic, followed by a really good foot cream with socks over and your feet will be soft as a baby's bum!

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    This is the cream I use and I love it. Noticed too that if you get the pedegg the cream will be half price. Hope this helps.
     
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    Ive nearly finished it, sorry for delay my little girl has tonsilitus and not letting me get alot done, but I needed the rest so wont moan [​IMG]
     
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    aww bless hope she is on the mend now, I remember having that as a kid and it was never nice - although it did mean lots of ice cream ;)

    juliak I really fancied trying a ped egg and if they are that good think I will def invest in one. thanks for the tip.
     
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    These are great! I've been trawling ebay trying to find some nice affordable wedding shoes with a bow on the back with no success. I log on here, click on 'Bargains'>'shoes' and....ta da!
     
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