The Wedding Nites shoe dye to match service allows customers to have their shoes or bags hand dyed to match any colour of their choice.
This tailored shoe dye-to-match service allows customers to coordinate their accessories with any outfit by simply bringing to our store a colour swatch sample, or other items such as a bag or dress of their chosen colour, for us to match.
We encourage people to visit our store when using this service for two very good reasons…
- You can discuss with our experts what you can expect from the colour and shading effects when exposed to different lights. i.e. Daylight and Indoor Lighting
- If you bring with you the outfit you intend to wear with the shoes, you are more than welcome to try the complete ensemble on in our changing rooms, we find that this really helps you get the full effect of your outfit.
Shoes that have been worn at a wedding function may not have been dyed for the occasion. So, bringing your shoes back to us will feel like getting a new pair that can be worn on many other outings.
We have an article coming soon on dye to match & re-dying shoes & bags, and how to get the best value from our shoe dying service, for many more occasions.
As additional information – There are a few things you need to be aware of when having a pair of lace shoes dyed.
Having a pair of lace shoes can give you a stunning vintage look and they will look even better when dyed to match your outfit! If you have a plain dress, you may decide to have a pair of lace shoes dyed to be the focus of your outfit. This will then be your statement piece.
However, if you do want to go ahead and dye a pair of lace shoes, you need to be aware that they may not come out as a solid block colour.
Instead, your dye to match lace shoes could create a ‘two-tone’ effect. Part of the lace can become more prominent in colour. This may be the top of the lace or the underneath, depending on the type of lace.
At Wedding Nites, we find that dying lace works better with a paler, lighter colour such as a pale pink or champagne as opposed to a navy.
We stock a number of different types of dye able lace shoes in our store. We would advise asking a member of staff to explain how the lace dyes before purchasing a lace shoe.