Wedding Shoe Review for Lacie by Badgley Mischka

To buy this shoe visit http://bit.ly/L7eMKX. This is My Glass Slipper’s review of “Lacie” wedding shoes by Badgley Mischka. Lacie is a best-selling bridal shoe, and it’s obvious why: This stunning wedding shoe has style and glamour in a manageable heel height. The sparkly rhinestone toe decoration adds a dazzling touch to these d’orsay open-toe wedding shoes. Lacie is available in dyeable white or ivory satin, pink satin, dark rose satin, navy satin, seafoam satin, and platinum metallic at http://www.myglassslipper.com.

Welcome to the shoe review for Lacie by Badgley Mischka.

The heel height on this shoe measures approximately 3 inches.

The striking rhinestone accent on this elegant d’Orsay shoe catches the light, and instantly captured my attention. This touch of glamour is one reason Megan, one of our experts at My Glass Slipper, chose this stunning shoe for her own wedding. Finding a beautiful, stylish shoe with a manageable heel height is the dilemma of my brides, and I was eager to try on this glamorous peep-toe pump because it combines comfort with cache.

The shoe fit my size-8 foot snugly; I felt pressure around my toes and the length of the shoe seemed short on my foot. If you are on the larger side of your shoe size, I recommend ordering a half-size up. One benefit to the tight fit? My foot felt secure and stable. I was pleasantly surprised that my heel did not pop out of the back of the shoe, as is the case with many d’orsay shoes. Best of all, the Lacie shoe is easy to walk in thanks to a sturdy heel in a medium height. The soft leather soles add much-appreciated traction. Even a bride that rarely wears heels should walk down the aisle with ease in these pretty pumps. Lacie is dyeable, so you can get it in any color your heart desires, but it also comes in a variety of colors, including pink, seafoam, navy and platinum.

For me, Lacie fit snug at first, but over time I think it would stretch out and fit perfectly. But remember: Every foot is different, and you’ll never know how this shoe will fit until you try it on.