I'd rather dye... | The Budget Savvy Bride
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Is it just me or do most people (brides) just hate them some dyeable shoes? I mean, what’s so bad about them? They come in a range of styles and prices to fit any budget, and can be dyed to exactly match your color scheme… I just don’t see the bad part! I found all of these pretty ladies at the Dyeable Shoe Store and I thought they were all really nice looking! I especially love the d’orsay! What do you all think?

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And to add a little extra sparkle- these shoe clips are all under $20 from the same store! Super chic! :)
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Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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    • Guilty Secret
    • August 27th, 2008

    I guess they’re just becoming less popular now. It’s an undeniably useful thing to get dyeable shoes… personally I make such a mess of satin I’d only get one use out of them!

  1. haha so i am kind of skeptical of the dyeable shoe, but i checkout the link anyways. and wouldn’t you know, my eye falls straighten the pair for $239… typical :)

  2. I think that the dye-able shoes that you posted are fantastic. Most of the time, though, when I think dye-able shoes, I think the ones that payless & walmart carry & would rather just buy a cute shoe that’s the colour I want without having to go through the hassle of sying it & it maybe not turning out how I was imagining.

  3. I had such a bad experience with them years ago. on my cousin’s rainy wedding day, i stepped into a puddle and my shoes bled. not fun.

    • Jessica
    • August 28th, 2008

    Those shoe clips are too cute! I’ve been eyeing the ones over at Absolutely Audrey, but these are slightly cheaper!

    • mandy
    • August 29th, 2008

    love the idea of a dyeable shoe…but my girlfriend directed me not to use them – she had worn them before for a friend’s wedding and the slightest water mark (think dew in the field/grass where you might be walking) made them leave water spots and 1) looked horrible for the rest of the day and 2) were never able to be worn again! …so just a couple thoughts before you plunge into them!! happy planning! –mandy from detroit (september 09 bride)

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