Dyeable shoes for a summer wedding

Dyeable Shoes for a Summer Wedding

Dyeable shoes are extremely useful for a wedding held at any time of the year. However, they can be especially useful for a summer wedding, when couples try to incorporate bright and energetic summer colors into their wedding. While a number of wedding ensembles are available in a wide range of colors, it may sometimes be difficult to locate shoes that will match a theme of summer colors.  Dyeable fabrics allow you to customize any style of shoe that you choose to fit the exact color scheme that you plan to use during your wedding.

One advantage of using dyeable shoes for a summer wedding is that you will be able to shop for a shoe style that you like, without having to worry about the available colors.  As long as you shop for shoes in dyeable fabrics, you will be able to turn them into any color. In recent years, dyeable shoes have made strides toward more modern styles. Now, you can find unique and gorgeous dyeable shoes complete with accents such as rhinestones, sequins, and other decorations. These decorations will not be effected at all by the strong dye. However, if the dye does get on these parts of the shoe, it will be extremely easy to remove.  You will be able to have a wide variety of shoe designs available, even if you plan on incorporating the bright and bold colors of the summer months.

Dyeable wedding shoes generally feature a satin-like white finish before they are dyed. Therefore, even if you are looking for a basic white shoe, dyeable shoes can be a great choice as is.  Many summer brides worry that they will not be able to find the perfect shoe to accompany their shorter wedding gown. The texture of the white dyeable material will make for beautiful shoes in the style of your choosing that match any summer ensemble.

You can also use dyeable shoes to complete the perfect bridesmaid outfits as well.  By limiting the amount of time that the shoes are in contact with the dye, you can lighten the end result of the dyeing process. If you find that the color is not quite as dark or rich enough as you hoped, then you can always reapply the dye for just a few moments longer, in order to add a little bit more intensity to the hue that you have produced. Depending on the style of bridesmaid dresses that you have chosen, you can find any dyeable shoe style to match it perfectly. Styles such as flat sandals with a pearl cluster ornament, high heel crisscross peep toes, or closed toe low heel pumps with a rhinestone ornament can all be perfect accompaniments to that summer gown.

If you are searching for shoes for your outdoor wedding, you should strongly consider investing in dyeable shoes for you and your wedding party. If your wedding is going to take place in an area with tall grass, for example, it is very possible that undyed shoes may end up picking up a few grass stains during the course of the wedding.  While this is, not by any means, going to be noticed by most people, you want to be aware of the possibility. Instead of using dyeable shoes to achieve a white satin finish on your wedding footwear, consider dying them a pale color that hides unwanted stains more efficiently. Colors such as bisque, buttercup, or banana are all pale and beautiful colors associated with the summertime that can help to shield stains. If you are trying to achieve a bolder summer look, consider dying your shoes any color from watermelon to Palm Beach coral or cypress, depending on your wedding theme.

When dying your shoes for your summer wedding, it is very important that you rinse all of the dye out of the shoes before the actual wedding date arrives. If any of the dye remains in the shoes, then it is possible that excessive sweating from the increased heat of the summer could cause the dye to bleed, potentially dying your skin if the shoes you have chosen are open-toed.

Excessive dye can also result in staining parts of your wedding gown and other accessories.  A similar situation could occur if you are caught in a sudden summer rain shower with dye that has not been completely washed out of your shoes.  If you think you have gotten all of the dye out of your shoes, take an extra minute to rinse your shoes at least one more time.

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