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Rhinestone Dress Heel Sandal Silver

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Accessorize my red prom dress?

I have a red prom dress:
Except on me, the dress pools at my feet and you can’t see my shoes.
And gold shoes:
In case you can’t see, the rhinestones on the shoes are like diamonds.

My question: Is it okay if I wear earrings and a bracelet that have jewels that are set in silver? Or do they have to be set in gold? These are the earrings I want to wear:

Is it terrible that the shoes are mainly gold but the earrings aren’t really? Or does it not matter? My hair will most likely be up, so you’ll see the earrings.

i think you should have everything match. i bet you’ll feel better about it too. cause you don’t want to spend the whole night wondering if people notice that you’re wearing silver set earrings, but gold shoes. if it’s possible, get the gold earrings. red and gold go well together, too! better than red and silver together.
cute dress by the way. :)
hope this helps!

Avon Rhinestone Silver Sandal High Heel / Sandales a Talons Hauts Strass Du Rhin 10/41

Avon Rhinestone Silver Sandal High Heel / Sandales a Talons Hauts Strass Du Rhin 10/41

Beautiful High Heel Sandals from Avon Products. Huge Rhinestone in the center of a strappy high heel Silver Sandal. size 10 US or 41
Perfect for any dressy occasion…

Girl's Dressy Knotted Strap Rhinestone High Heel Sandals Silver 9-4

Girl’s Dressy Knotted Strap Rhinestone High Heel Sandals Silver 9-4

Perfect for parties or any special occasions, these dressy heels feature rhinestone embellishments, rhinestone knotted front strap and an adjustable ankle strap. Material: Imported PU. 2 inches heel, 1/2 inch platform. Available in Silver, Size 9-4. Suggested Retail Price: $29.99…

Kid's Evening High Heel Rhinestone Sandals Silver 9-4

Kid’s Evening High Heel Rhinestone Sandals Silver 9-4

Perfect for parties or any special occasions, these dressy heels feature rhinestone embellishments, an adjustable ankle strap and an open toe. Material: Imported PU. 2 inches heel, 1/2 inch platform. Available in Silver, Size 9-4. Suggested Retail Price: $29.99…

Sizzle by Coloriffics Women's Bermuda Sandal

Sizzle by Coloriffics Women’s Bermuda Sandal


You’ll look captivating in this silver metallic platform sandal. Asymmetrical straps topped off with a beautiful rhinestone ornament. Man mad sole. True to Size…

Dyeables Women’s Paradise Dyeable Sandal

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Bridal Accessories for Fashion Forward Brides

The groom has it easy. He need only try on a tuxedo and a cummerbund and he’s done. But not the bride!  She has to find a dress and dozens of essential accessories. It’s an oxymoron, we know… but not at a wedding. At a wedding, decoration takes center stage. In this article, we will review a few of the most popular bridal accessories.

The Veil

Western women aren’t big on veils. In fact, there are really only two occasions they might wear them. One is at a funeral and the other is on her wedding day. Easily the most popular bridal accessory, choosing a veil these days can be complicated.

Most wedding veils are still made from tulle, but silk, satin and lace are increasingly popular options.  Because casual ceremonies are all the rage, many modern brides are opting for shorter, more stylish veils that are made from the aforementioned materials.

Like any accessory, the veil should complement the dress, not overshadow it. It need not even match the dress. Many brides choose veils that are a few shades lighter or darker than their dresses. But even the most audacious keep it the same color. Otherwise, it may detract from the dress.

After the shoes, the veil is often the most expensive bridal accessory. As you might imagine, the priciest veils are the longer ones that have more than one layer. That may be why many modern brides are choosing shorter veils, like the blusher, which only has one layer and starts at about fifty dollars.


Most brides-to-be shop for their shoes and gowns at the same time. Since there are more than eighty major shades of white, this can be a challenging proposition. The easiest and most reliable way to find a perfect color match is to use the same fabric. Bridal salons also offer dyeable shoes that can be professionally dyed to match the color of the wedding gown.

Even at the most formal weddings, comfort should be a consideration. Remember, you will be wearing these shoes all day. You will have to stand in them, walk in them, and even dance in them. Therefore, your wedding shoes should be comfortable and versatile.

Informal styles like sandals and flats are popular for outdoor affairs, while heels reign supreme at indoor ceremonies. A word of warning on heels: only choose a pair that you have walked in before. If you have never worn high heels before, your wedding day is not the time to start. These shoes can be quite awkward, even painful for the uninitiated. And you don’t want to spend the first two days of your honeymoon icing your feet.

The Bridal Bouquet

The bridal bouquet has a number of responsibilities on the wedding day. First, it accompanies the bride down the aisle. During the ceremony, it is often entrusted to the maid of honor. Finally, the bouquet is thrown by the new bride to a group of single women. The girl who catches the it is said to be the next to marry.

How is a bridal bouquet selected? There are several ways. Most brides-to-be choose flowers that match the color or the style of their dresses. Some choose flowers that jibe with the wedding theme or color. And others simply select a bouquet that includes their favorite flowers. Let us take a moment to review the most popular bouquet styles.

The Nosegay

Sometimes called a round cluster bouquet, the nosegay is the most popular bouquet. Florists recommend flowers with full blossoms, like roses, for the nosegay.

Cascading Bouquet

For more formal weddings, many brides-to-be choose a cascading bouquet composed of lilies or orchids. These bouquets are perfect for longer, floor-length dresses with trains and elaborate veils.

Loose-tie Bouquet

A common choice for brides at more informal weddings, the loose-tie bouquet includes flowers with long stems that are tied together with a single ribbon. Tulips, sunflowers, and calla lilies are popular choices for loose-tie bouquets.

A Single Flower

A modern twist on the bridal bouquet tradition is to use a single flower instead of a full bouquet. Brides almost always choose larger flowers if they are only bringing one down the aisle. Flowers that bloom in large sizes include lilies, sunflowers, gardenias and birds of paradise.

Bridal Headpieces

Every woman deserves to be treated like a princess on her wedding day, which is why many girls wear bridal headpieces. A headpiece can range from a decorative flower comb to a full tiara. Headbands, wreathes and hair jewelry are also available.

When choosing a headpiece, it is important to consider your hairstyle. Certain headpieces simply will not work if you choose to wear your hair down. For example, a full tiara looks best when the bride-to-be wears her hair in an up do. But whichever headpiece you choose, make certain it does not overshadow the veil, which is obviously a more important accessory.

The right accessories can add the finishing touches to your bridal look. Find your perfect pieces now!


Dyeables Women's Paradise Dyeable Sandal

Dyeables Women’s Paradise Dyeable Sandal


30441SA_5_BB Size: 5, Color: White Satin Paradise Sandal by Dyeables Paradise sandal from Dyeables is the perfect accessory alongside your favorite evening attire. It looks dazzling whether you’re mingling or making a splash on the dance floor. Features: -Paradise in White Satin. -Part of the Paradise collection. -white satin upper. -Manmade sole. -Two-piece dress platform sandal style with a squ…