Whether you are a bride, wedding guest, or wedding vendor, I can tell you that by the end of the day your feet will probably hurt. As a wedding photographer, I spent countless years looking for shoes to wear for a wedding that still looked cute without destroying my feet. For the longest time I thought I was stuck just wearing ugly shoes until a friend told me about Tieks.
As a girl who loves cute shoes, I was instantly attracted to the variety of options that Tieks offered but was not a hundred percent sold on the price. After doing some research, I found that most people seemed to like their shoes and I decided to give them a try. They took about two days to break in where they felt comfortable but at the same time the interior stitching popped. It didn’t mess with the ability for me to wear the shoes but I was seriously irritated by that. As a whole I found them comfortable and decided to order two more pairs. As we neared the summer though, I began to realize that while Tieks make great shoes for the winter months, they are horrible as a shoe to wear to weddings in the summer because they just hold in the heat. Overall, while the cute factor is a bonus, the fact that the inner stitching on two of the three pairs popped and the shoes didn’t breathe, caused me to look elsewhere.
One of my friends invested into a pair of Rothy’s when they first came out. With my experience paying for Tieks, I was even more hesitant to buy any more high priced shoes. However, she assured me that not only were they more comfortable but they were also breathable and washable. I have now owned a pair for 8 months without them having fallen apart. They are my favorite pair and I have literally worn them to every wedding and event since I got them. If you want more of a comparison, check out the video below and if you decide you want your own pair, check out this link here for $20 off.
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