What Shoes To Wear To A Spring or Summer Wedding
Got invited to a wedding this Spring? We've put together a list of what shoes you should wear depending on the venue. Backyard Wedding Keep it simple and make it a wedge! Wedges have more surface area on the sole so your feet won't sink in to the ground while you walk. Our favorite is the Kim And Cork Take New York Wedge because it can be worn well past Summer and it's available in five neutral colors. Country Wedding Go for western boho vibes! A wood block heel will match the rustic venue and an open-toe silhouette keeps it Spring appropriate. We like the Buckle Or Nothing Heel for this venue. Beach Wedding Easy and bright is the way to go. A wedge will be easier to walk in sand in than a heel but the easiest way to go is a flat sandal. We like the Crochet With Us Wedge because of the natural elements and the Woven One Slide as a flat yet dressy option. Black Tie Wedding The fancier, the better! A stiletto is always a go-to for black tie events and a classic pump is a staple. For formal weddings, we suggest the Fluent In Diamonds heel with a long gown or the Double Pump Latte heel with a cocktail dress. Church Wedding Think sweet. Keep your shoe classy yet simple. We like the Pop The Cork Heel because of the simple thin straps and the Care To Dance? Heel for a slightly more formal option. Vineyard or Winery Wedding It's all about the scenery and the good times. Keep your heel easy to walk in, because more than likely, you're going to be walking on uneven ground. A block heel like the There Chic Goes heel is a good option for this venue. No matter where the wedding is or what the style, you can never go wrong with a shoe you feel confident in, besides a sneaker of course. So have fun with it! Invest in a pair of shoes that make you smile.
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Puppy Got Your Heels? Here's How To Fix Them
Nothing is worse then coming home to find your heel covered in chew marks. As cute as puppies are, they aren't very shoe-friendly sometimes. Here's a step-by-step guide to revive those heels into something wearable and fun. First, gather your supplies. Exacto knife Sandpaper or nail file Paint brush Modge Podge Glitter Cheap sponge (we used a makeup sponge) Now that you have all the supplies, let's get to the good stuff. Step 1. Assess the situation. If your heel isn't chewed up too bad, you can skip this step. If not, grab your exacto knife and cut off the damage. We cut off the leather and the rubber on the entire heel then peeled off all the pieces. Step 2. Sand and prep. Buff off any spurs and clean off any remaining glue. You can use any cleaner for this but we found that goof off worked the best on our other shoes that we've tested this with. You can also put on painters tape at this point to protect the rest of the heel if you want. Step 3. Brush on the glue. Apply a layer of glue to the parts of the heel that you removed the leather and rubber from. Be careful not to put it on too thick or you'll end up with a gluey mess. Step 4. Sprinkle on some glitter (and crystals if you want.) To get a full coverage glitter, use a sponge to press the glitter on to the heel. After about a few hours, your shoe should be ready for another layer. Do as many coats as you want, we did two for this heel. Step 5. Seal them up. Sponge on a thin layer of modge podge or spray on a light coat of sealant. And there you go! A once-chewed heel is now a custom pair with lots of sparkle.