O M G.
Mooonths ago I fell in love with the most AMAZING shoes ever. Like, there are a lot of shoes that I dig, but these took my breath away. I would have ordered them right away had it not been for the $165 price tag. ($190 after tax!). I haven't had shoes that expensive since, well... ever. I went back and forth on the matter for a few days, and finally I decided to bite the bullet and buy them. They are for my wedding after all, right? So I logged into Anthropologie.com, clicked on "Shoes and Bags," then "Heels," and clicked through page 1 (Hrm, that's funny, they were on the first page a few days ago), page 2 (uhhh), page 3...
My perfect shoes-- the ONLY shoes I could ever imagine myself wearing on my wedding day-- were sold out. Apparently I wasn't the only one whose breath they stole. Needless to say I was more than a little upset. I called Anthro's customer service line, and was informed that they were completely sold out. I got the manufacturer's name; still no luck. Defeated, I gave up my search.
Then! Oh, oh, oh!
Today, for whatever reason, I decided to look at Anthro's shoe selection to see if they might have anything else cute. Shoes and bags, *click*. Heels, *click*. *GASP*!!
My shoes! And the only size left is mine!? You'd better believe I snatched those up! So, in five to seven days I'll be the proud owner of the perfect shoe.
And because I made you read all that when I know all you care about is the picture:
If they don't fit, my second wedding-planning-mishap induced cry will be inevitable.
Did you have any trouble finding your perfect wedding shoes? Were they pricier than you had hoped?