OMFG, THESE SHOES. | They’re called “I Do” for a reason. Because “I” want “to do” them. Kidding, sort of.

Happy late Monday afternoon (on… dun dun dunnn… Bachelor night), bubelahs!  Ok now listen, and listen real good like.

There are times.  Tiiiiiiimes, when a person has simply GOT to share something with her audience.  Something so deeply happy-ifing… so lovely… so beyond perfect… just so gashdarned right, that NOT to share it, well it just seems like that should be illegal, that ‘holding back’ of such a thing.

And this, ladies and gentlepersons… this is one of those times.

Ok with that kind of build-up I forreals hope you guys actually like it the way I do.  Otherwise uh-oh.

Kimee, one of the two Super Incredibles behind The Boudoir Divas got married a hot second ago.  The timeless beauty of that one fine day, not to mention that one fine FACE of hers, came through hardcore in what I think are some of the most gorgeous wedding photos eh-vah, all captured by the fantastic Jackie Wonders.


There were TWO THINGS that specifically caught my eye in a way nothing else could, and these things wouldn’t release my eye – they absolutely refused – no matter how much my sweet, innocent eye begged for its freedom.  And my eye is cute, it’s a sweet, cute eye – but still, no luck!  (Now you say: “what were the two things, Alison?” because you’re always so nice to indulge me.  And then I say…) These two things were a) Kimee’s beauty throughout all of those amazing images, and b) THOSE GOSHFORSAKEN SHOESIES ON THOSE FOOTSIES OF HERSIES.

More specifically, Seychelles “I Do” heels.  Ohhh, what a sight they are!  And today, out of nowhere – the reason for this random post – I happened upon them on Lori’s Shoes, where they’re ON SALE, practically for pennies!

You guys, I’m not a huge shoe fanatic.  But sometimes I just can’t TAKE IT.  I just– I can’t.  I like them like I liked Matt F. in kindergarten.  I want to chase them around the playground until they trip over themselves and smash their faces in, and then I want to kiss them on the cheek and make them cry.

Okie dokie, this brings me to my question of the day: are you more a fan of color, or of white/ivory, when it comes to one’s wedding days shoesies?  Do tell. :)  p.s. – Don’t hold back; I don’t expect the entire world to agree with me.

xoxo  - Alison

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  1. Mindy on February 6, 2012

    The shoes are cute, I am more of a pop-of-color shoe gal, BUT I would be very interested in hearing more about that feather/brooch bouquet!!

  2. Jade on February 6, 2012

    Those shoes are cute, but I couldn’t wear them in the stark white color…..

    I love contrasting colors with wedding shoes more than the classic white/ivory. Love seeing fun yellows and bright blues, definitely adds a surprise underneath the slip :)

  3. Emily on February 6, 2012

    I wouldn’t have gone for them just based on the raw product pics, but now that I’ve seen them on that bride I am obsessed with them! I was going to wear red heels but now I think I NEED these! Ha!

  4. Emily on February 6, 2012

    I just checked and I think the ones on sale on that site come in white only! Shucks. Maybe I’ll just buy the ivory ones from Seychelles at retail. I love them that much!

  5. chandra ~ Oh Lovely Day on February 6, 2012

    I featured a bride not long ago that wore those too and I thought they were fab! And I love Lori’s Shoes! I used to shop there all the time when I lived in Chicaaaaago.

  6. Lena on February 6, 2012

    I’m so happy to find I’m not the only person that stares at something, trying to make it materialize in their closet. Like the J.Crew dress I’ve had open in a tab for about 4 days now. Maybe I should blog about it–does it help get it out of your system, or just fuel the love?


  7. Nicole on February 7, 2012

    I love these!!!! I think they’re gorgeous – I wish the ivory was on sale because that’s a steal! I think I initially wanted colorful shoes but I’ve totally started dreaming of a very toned down semi-monochromatic look. Beautiful!

  8. Lauryn on February 7, 2012

    these shoes are amazing!!!!! wow…..

  9. bridal girl on February 8, 2012

    I love the shoes! My goodness. Where can I get them? Lori’s shoes. Got it!

  10. francine on February 8, 2012

    those are some great shoes! but for myself i think i’d choose most color other than white.

  11. Sofia {Brancoprata} on February 8, 2012

    Ohhhh they are gorgeous!!!!

  12. Elaine on February 9, 2012

    wow!!! these are awesome:X I want to know more about this amazing bouquet :X

  13. Stephanie on February 13, 2012

    I’m doing a brooch bouquet…I love this feather/brooch combo…gorgeous! And my shoes are my “something blue” :)

  14. Tim Duncan on February 13, 2012


  15. Yvonne on February 16, 2012

    Although I am not usually a fan of open-toed shoes, these are absolutely darling. To me, they are the quintessentially charming wedding heel. The color is perfection, the tear drop cutouts on the side, and the way they are tied together are all amazing.

    I know that these wouldn’t be my choice, but I can envision them on a creamy-skinned bride getting married in a field or something!

  16. berto on February 17, 2012


    We love cool shoes at wedding! Be unique and bring your own style cause it really does make for some great images of your wedding day!

  17. Megan on November 12, 2014

    hi! I,too, am in love with these seychelles shoes! I have actually been looking for them for months to use for my wedding in February! Are you willing to sell yours? Or know anyone that is? I wear an 8, but can make a 7.5 or 8.5 work! Fingers crossed. I hope they bring them back!


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