My look, that is. Finally! I finally decided on the shoes. Remember? I was all torn and indecisive? I made an executive decision, ordered the shoes, and loved them. So? Here are the ones I chose.
I love them, and when I showed them to my sister/MOH, she loved them, and Mom loves them. I ordered them from Sonja's Brides. I'm not sure it's something I'd do again. The shoes were $65, which is a good price. But then shipping was $15! For one pair of shoes! It seemed a little extreme to me, but I couldn't find them anywhere else on the web, so I sucked it up and paid it. When I got them, I tried them on immediately (right after a mile walk home in 99-degree heat) and they were slightly too tight. I thought I'd exchange them for a bigger size. But to exchange them, I would've had to pay to ship them back, pay a $15 restocking fee, and pay to have the new pair shipped to me. So that would've put these shoes well over $100, which really seemed extreme. So I tried them on again when my sister came up for my bachelorette party, and they felt much better. I decided to keep them as is. I know, I know - my feet will swell on my wedding day, I'll be standing for the whole ceremony, blah, blah, blah. I plan to only wear these shoes for the ceremony and for pictures - max, 2 hours. They'll be fine. I'm gonna work on breaking them in between now and the wedding, so I should be ok. So, yay, shoes - DONE.
If you remember, the bracelet that I ordered from Etsy seller sparklyshoes. Apparently, after making mine (which was a special request that she make a bracelet instead of the necklace she originally had) she now sells the bracelets, too! So I guess it worked out for both of us!
And, of course, my hair feather, from Etsy seller PowderBlueBijoux. I love, love, love this hair clip.
AND, I found a clutch that I want to use, too! Another Etsy purchase, this time from seller syl2830. I kept it exactly as is - navy blue with a brown letter.