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Got my SHOES!










Drove to Leeds afer dropping Yorkie off at work (poor lad has to get the bus again this weekend! Awwwww!) and had a brew with Dad and Fay before me and Fay took off for the White Rose Centre to have a look at shoes.

I cannot honestly remember the last time I ever went "shoe shopping", it's just not something I do. Infact, I don't think I have ever done so much shopping in such a short space of time in all my lofe what with this today and Jacs in Preston yesterday! Also... I have never enjoyed it before! Imagin, me, liking SHOPPING! Still, it's not every shopping trip that you are buying for your wedding, so I guess it's ok. I'll go back to normal when it's all done :0)

We tralled all the shops and I didn't like ANYTHING! I was getting a little distraught as I had to have them today for tomorrows fitting. But eventually we ended up in Faith Shoes - I have never been in a Faith store before. Of cause Fay was loving it, as her name is June Faith so she was joking about it being her brand. I found three pairs of shoes I liked and tried them all. These are they:
The first two pairs where nice and I liked them a lot for their simpleness.... but they didn't feel right on.

The first one, with the flower, just didn't fit.

The second with the bow was too high for me to be comfortable in for a whole day. If I was a guest fine, but as Bride I'll be on my feet a lot and they would hurt.


The third pair has more detail than I was planning on, but they are comfortable, they are ivory colour (like my dress) and the beading is not very different to the dress either, so they are the ones!

And what's better is they have a matching hand bag for the evening do!

YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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