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In the 80's and 90's, dyeable shoes hit the market. All of a sudden you could walk into a store, choose a shoe design and style you liked and have them dyed to match anything you wanted. It was an amazing innovation that saved women from searching from store to store to find the perfect pair of shoes. Dyeable shoes were first available in only a few styles. Typically they looked like traditional pumps. However, today, they come in a wide variety of styles. The pump is still a popular option, but there are also strapped sandals and other styles that are popular as well. If you are curious to know which occasions might call for dyeable shoes, check out this information on which events may call for them.


Weddings are undoubtedly the most popular events for dyeable shoes. Initially only bridal stores carried these shoes, because they were created specifically for bridesmaids. Brides could come in and choose any dress they wanted for their attendants and then have their shoes dyed to match them. This was extremely popular in the 80's and 90's because the shoes had to match the dress. Fashion rules said so at this time. Today, there is a trend of bridesmaids wearing shoes of a different color from their dress. However, brides are still getting dyeables made in coordinating colors.

The second reason weddings are popular events for this interesting shoe type is because brides often need to find the same shoe for every attendant. This may not sound like a challenge, but if you try to shop for six different sizes of the same shoe in a department store, you will quickly see how difficult it can be. Dyeable shoes are carried in every size imaginable. Bridal stores will have a huge selection so you won't have to worry about them being out of the sizes you need. Overall, they can make the attire selection a lot easier on a bride, which is appealing all around.

Formal Dances

Formal dances such as the prom, sorority dances, or winter balls are also perfect reasons to check out dyeable shoes. These events call for formal attire, which can mean fancy dresses and shoes. Today's formal dresses are so wild in color that it can be difficult to find shoes to match. If you don't want to be stuck wearing plain black shoes, you should consider getting dyeables. You can take your dress right to the shoe store and get the expert there to match the color to your dress perfectly. No matter if you long for bright orange shoes or baby blue, you will be able to get what you want with dyeable shoes.


Dyeable shoes were once only made in formal styles. Today however you can get dance shoes dyed as well. Ballet shoes, jazz shoes, or even tap or ballroom shoes can be dyed to match your outfit. When it comes to dance competitions, your costume can mean a lot. You are often judged not only on your dance attire but on your outfit as well. Therefore, it is important for you to have matching shoes. Not only will getting your shoes custom dyed created a uniform look but you will also look more put together. When you look great and dance great, the judges will have nothing to complain about.

Things To Remember

There are a few things you should remember about dyeable shoes. First, these shoes are not meant for at home dye jobs. Although the shoes are made for the dye process, it takes a specific type of dye to get the job done correctly. If you attempt to dye your own shoes you will likely end up with shoes that don't match and will probably have a huge mess to deal with as well. So, leave the dyeing to the experts. Also, you should note that some dyeable shoes often change colors when they get wet. There have even been cases where the color has run in the rain. Therefore, wear them in wet conditions with caution. You may want to wear tennis shoes in the rain and carry them in your purse. When you get to the event you can change into the shoes. Just be careful and treat them with care and you should be fine

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