Bridal shoes that are actually comfortable!.
Yeah, you could get dyeable stuff from a mall. But if you want beautiful, well-made shoes that are actually comfortable to wear--designed for the human foot, how radical!--come here. They have many styles to choose from, have an in-house dyeing service, and the price of the shoes includes dyeing to match for the big day, as well as to another color afterward, so that you can wear them again and again! Their Web site sorts the heels by height, which is super handy.
Also, the Editorial Review is misleading. While they do indeed make shoes for opera productions and have more than the usual amount of Victorian styles, even a quick look at their selection will show you that they have modern styles.
Victorian inspired foot-fashion with a loyal customer base.. The Scene Unless you are a bride-to-be or a big fan of Merchant-Ivory films, this tiny shoe store probably won't make it on to your list of favorites. There is one specialty here (shoes, of course), and only in a handful of styles.
The Goods Half the selection is devoted to those preparing to walk down the aisle (the gilded cupid's book ending the bridal selection hint at the love these shoes will inspire). Those items come in white silk or satin, in variations including French mules and Louis heels; most can be dyed to match the color of a gown. The back half of the store ranges from the very fancy--such as the pointy lace-up boots offered in both black and white--to simple leather pairs more suited for everyday wear. For those Cinderellas who likes these kinds of slippers, the steep prices here are no deterrent.