Wish me luck!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Today my sweet roommate Megan decided that she would dare to accompany me (and give me a ride) on my search for the perfect wedding shoe. And so we shall make the journey over the point of the mountain to the closest mall with a J.Crew and a Nordstrom to find the shoes that will grace my toes on December 28th and January 4th. There will be many contenders...but only one will be chosentand with the perfect price point and the most stylish and comfortable fit I (and the shoe) will come out conquerer.

I'm pretty darn proud of that intro people. Let's get to the shoes already!

J.Crew // Leather Bow Ankle Strap Pumps 
These beauties in blush are on sale now for an extra 30 percent off. They aren't online, but who says they aren't in store? Cross your fingers. 
Kate Spade // Krysta Heel
Oh how I wish these weren't as expensive as they are. I am going to try them on anyway, because they are gorrrrrgeous. Plus, don't get me started on that rose gold glitter. My legs won't be showing at my wedding, but now I kind of want them to be. 
Kate Spade // Charm Heels in Navy
Oh dear heavens. These are the dreamiest. One of my colors is navy. Why not wear a statement shoe? The glitter makes the deep hue not as harsh as you think against a champagne/creme colored dress.  
Nordstrom (Half Yearly Sale for Women and Kids ya'll!) // Dawn Pump by Badgley Mischka 
Be still my heart. I die. Guys, these are on sale. These might win. Who knows...I have to try them on. 
P.S. They come in Taupe, but look at them...they are like the most perfect color ever. I can't even. I can't. Be good to be half-yearly, be good to me.  

Are you going to go all out for your wedding shoes? Does it depend on what the groom thinks? Respond below! Let's look at the beauties we know as shoes.

Stay gold.

1 comment:

  1. I went all out for my wedding shoes but looking back I wish I hadn't! I took them off as soon as the wedding ceremony was over! Going barefoot is the way to go :)
    xo TJ



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