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Comfortable heels to wear with dress?

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Kazzawazzawo0 Fri 28-Aug-15 18:44:41

I don't wear heels often, because my feet always hurt in them. However I'm invited to a wedding at the end of October and need some new footwear!

Can anyone recommend reasonably comfortable heels to wear with this dress - preferably black, could be sandals, not too expensive or could even be from Ebay?

I'm size 14, shoe size 6 and have quite long legs.

PetiteBateau Fri 28-Aug-15 18:58:34

Wow op that dress is very booby!! grin

cashewnutty Fri 28-Aug-15 19:04:05

That is on risky (or even risqué!) dress for a wedding. I do hope you have something to cover up with? <old gimmer emoticon>

I have no idea on the shoe front!

NotTodaySatan Fri 28-Aug-15 19:04:59

You're wearing that. To a WEDDING?

Um. These?

PetiteBateau Fri 28-Aug-15 19:37:04

Satan, play nice grin

Kazzawazzawo0 Fri 28-Aug-15 20:00:34

I was planning on shortening the straps so it isn't as revealing, but haven't 100% decided on the dress yet really.

So .. Comfortable heel recommendations anyone?

fredabear Fri 28-Aug-15 20:04:33

cannot recommend geox highly enough, not just trainers!

PetiteBateau Fri 28-Aug-15 20:08:34

Clarks do some lovely comfortable heels imo

SellFridges Fri 28-Aug-15 20:14:51

That dress is not appropriate for a wedding. I would find something less revealing.

these are great shoes - I have them in cream. They'd look great with a black midi dress. Just one with slightly less cleavage.

PurpleDaisies Fri 28-Aug-15 20:15:58

If your budget stretches to it, LK Bennett do the most comfortable high heels I've worn. Clarks is great for comfort too but they styles are a bit safer.

PurpleDaisies Fri 28-Aug-15 20:16:15

Their not they styles.

HermioneWeasley Fri 28-Aug-15 20:22:52

Mmmm, with that dress you are going to have to commit. No sensible, comfortable midi heels for you, you need killer stilletoes.

PetiteBateau Fri 28-Aug-15 20:24:33

Yeah that dress would not work with clarks heels

Whatthefoxgoingon Fri 28-Aug-15 21:01:01

That dress won't work with anything but a Bond movie...

maybemyrtle Fri 28-Aug-15 21:49:19

Put your claws away, ladies...

OP I'm sure as you know what the dress you've picked looks like on you, how you'll style it and the people who are getting married, you've made the right dress choice.

Back to the shoes - new look are worth trying, I've found their heels to be pretty good in the past. Also hennes are good if you're on a budget and fit their sizes (annoyingly I'm between 4 and 5 with them). I can totally recommend Clark's AristaAbe for comfort but they are not especially fashion forward. Shoes are so individual though aren't they.

Kazzawazzawo0 Fri 28-Aug-15 23:03:40

The dress isn't that low cut on me!

Anyone like to suggest a dress then? I'm rubbish at dresses. I was looking for something that suited me. I can't wear high necks as I have 34g size chest! I can't wear anything waisted, as it doesn't suit me. I tend to wear grey, dark turquoise, khaki, darkish red, darkish blue ..

Any suggestions welcome!

HermioneWeasley Sat 29-Aug-15 16:57:41

That dress on a 34G chest?!

Well, nobody will be looking at the bride......

House of Fraser have a sale on at the moment, try have a browse there

Kazzawazzawo0 Sat 29-Aug-15 20:12:38

Ok, ok you've all made your point ..

I can't get into town, so need to order online. I'll look on the website.

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