On your wedding day, doesn’t the perfect gown deserve the perfect shoe? Unfortunately, most bridal shoes are dyeable versions that make your day less wedding, more prom. Luckily, designers Badgley Mischka realized the lack of bridal shoe options and came up with some beautiful selections to blissfully grace my soon-to-be-betrothed feet. I can’t stop eyeing the Badgley Mischka Women’s Randee T-Strap Sandal – in multiple colors so it CAN be worn again. The pink is lovely and the gold satin is divine, but the ivory is a perfect match for my two (yes two!) wedding gowns. Made of silk and satin, the Randee is an elegant choice for that once-in-a-lifetime event. The 4 1/2″ heel and gorgeous floral ruffle down the front reads ‘high-fashion’, while the recessed platform and leather sole add a bit of much-needed comfort and balance. A delicate T-strap completes the look. And at $200, they’re well worth the wear!
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Bridal Betty says
Beautiful shoes, but 4 1/2 inch heels might not be for everyone.
And why do you have two wedding gowns?
Ehmonie Hainey says
you’re absolutely right betty! but i plan on having a second set of shoes to walk around and dance in. there’s no way i’m wearing 4 1/2 inch heels all day!
i bought a gown that i can change into halfway through the reception…again, to be more comfortable.