I purchased three pairs of shoes for my wedding.
Before you start calling me a shoe glutton, I can explain. I couldn’t make up my mind! And so I bought all three to try them on with my dress because I am nothing if not practical.
After careful consideration and hearing multiple people’s opinions, I have decided on the winning wedding shoe.
They are teal with a green pom pom. I like the t-strap and think it adds a little sex appeal. Plus, the pop of color in an otherwise white outfit will spice things up. And! it can count towards my “something blue”. Of course I like the most expensive of the three. Oh Anthropologie, your stuff is so pretty and so expensive!
I’m pretty sure I’ll be wearing these next shoes during the reception. They are incredibly comfortable, re: excellent dancing shoes.
The third pair of shoes are these:
Which are so, so, so cute but not the right style for the wedding. I should return them right? And use that money on other necessaries like an engagement photo shoot outfit? Someone please be the voice of reason because my voice of reason is taking a nap.
I also made a bold decision about my jewelry. I have been procrastinating on purchasing anything because I’ve been see- sawing on whether I want big earrings or a big necklace. I know, I know! I had you guys all vote ages ago. All the options seemed either too casual or too ordinary for me. I tend to wear big, bold jewelry and I want to feel like myself on my wedding day. Then I saw this necklace:
And BAM! my decision was made. It’s from a site called Happily Ever BorroWED that you can rent accessories from- how smart is that? I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on something I would potentially never have a chance to wear again so renting is the ideal option for me. I think it’s going to look awesome with my dress. I might get tiny diamond (ish) studs to wear in my ears for a little sparkle too.
Oh and, to round my outfit out, I purchased this bolero from Etsy:
And with that, I’m pretty much done with my wedding outfit. Someone please high five me.