So I am having a serious issue. I apparently chose a dress color for my bridesmaids (Biscotti) that is near impossible to match a shoe with. We decided on a bronze metallic after reading you have to go with a metallic or loud type shoe to offset the color of the dress. I have been looking my...
So I am having a serious issue. I apparently chose a dress color for my bridesmaids (Biscotti) that is near impossible to match a shoe with. We decided on a bronze metallic after reading you have to go with a metallic or loud type shoe to offset the color of the dress. I have been looking my bridesmaids have been looking and I am striking out! Has anyone else run into this issue and what do I do? My jr bridesmaid has already gotten her shoes in the bronze metallic it is just my adults that cannot find anything.
What about just a nice plain saddle leather sandal? Off the top of my head: Sam Edelman Gigi or the Tory Burch Miller - just for inspiration? A rich, brown leather would look beautiful with their dresses and would not clash with any other color.
Do you know where your jr bridesmaid got her shoes and if there are any more in stock? Fun fact, you're roughly 2 sizes down in children's. 💁♀️ I am usually a 7.5 adult shoe, which means my child size would be a 5.5 but I often find a 4.5 or 5 fits better. I didn't believe this when the store clerk told me and was SHOOK when it was legit. I told a friend who had the same reaction (we were in a shoe store getting shoes) and they did the same thing and ran over to test it and was absolutely ecstatic (there was a child's pair of sneakers they favor wanted.) They immediately texted this info to everyone they knew 😂 haha.
Have you had them try looking into rose gold? It's very similar to bronze and is very popular right now so finding shoes may be a little easier!
Also, I'm not sure how big a shoe size you're looking at with each girl BUT you may be able to find a child's shoe for smaller feet! I regularly wear a 7 but I know I can fit into a kids size 5 (most brands)
I would think a lighter nude shoe (think like french tip manicure nude nail polish vs a taupe-nude colored leather) would go fine with a biscotti colored dress, plus your bridesmaids would appreciate having a shoe they could wear again. Bronze metallic actually sounds a bit gaudy and off putting to me, plus very specific and not as versatile as a more common color. I personally wouldn't want my maids shoes to stand out so much that people were paying more attention to what is on their feet vs the dress they are wearing.