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    Default What shoes for these dresses?

    I have 2 dresses in the post but realised I have no shoes to wear with them.

    I'm looking for something kinda dressy to wear with these... everyday shoes won't be too much of an issue, but something high-heeled and nice is what I'm looking for. Can be to match either, but if anyone has something they think would match BOTH that'd be awesome too (obviously).

    First dress: http://www.sohos.co.uk/@@content/pub...ive1_41513.jpg

    Second dress: http://emeraldswamp.com.au/images/he...lBunny4100.jpg
    Close up of pattern on 2nd dress: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51uL108sX4L.jpg

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    White heels perhaps? What are the girls in the pics wearing?(for shoes)

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    Love those dresses!!
    The second of the peep toes would go great with both I would think.

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    I would definately go nude heels for both. Closed shoe with a heel and small platform under the ball of the foot if you know what I mean.lol. Kind of 50's style. Dresses are gorgeous by the way

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    See, I thought white, but then thought "OMG SO 80s!" lol.

    I think with the Seasick Sue one (the one with the print) the model is wearing pale pink patent pumps... but shoes like that always look gross on me because of my skin colour...

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    My first thought was nude, but then thought the white piping on the first would pop with white shoes...

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    Something like this

    http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/...h/97ea3f6b.jpg

    I don't know what skin tone you have but I am like polar white and white shoes look a bit ikky on me. I think the black (or whatever) colour piping will break it up a bit.

    I loooooove your dresses!!

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    I think something like this or this would suit both dresses or even like this for the second dress.


 

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