have any other brides worn ballet pumps under their wedding dress? i'm tall, don't want to tower over H2B but most of all want to be comfy!! where can i buy ballet pumps suitable?
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I have seen them in Lantz in Dublin but I am sure you can get them most places that Rainbow are stocked.
Rainbow do a flat shoe which is a bit fancier than a ballet pump.
Its called Bryony
It depends how fussy you are about having 'pretty' shoes and what your dress is like. I wore white ballet pumps from Priceless Shoes (not sure if it is in the south) and they were only £10. cheap shops are probably likely to get white shoes in again now that its nearly spring. Although if you need ivory you may have to get dearer ones...
For me it was a good saving - and you couldnt see my feet anyway at all under my dress. In the end my bridesmaids shoes were much prettier than mine cos you were able to see theirs!
Thats just what i want! I wouldn't be adverse to getting my shoes in pennys or someplace - my dress will be big and I relaly don't think they will be seen. As long as they are comfy
I got mine in Bhs, I love them, i tried a kids pair on in marks and spencer and they werent comfortable, but these seem to be so far, il have to test them.
There is now a sale on ant they are cheaper than i paid
Fifi Le Fume
I got mine from ebay. They are so comfy
What about these. Ones shown are ivory, or I've got them in silver. You will be able to wear them again at least.