*My very first CLs!*

Aug 4, 2006
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Today, i got the white satin very prives!

I need shoes for a senior recognition ball, and when the event is over, i plan to dye them black!

My only problem is that they are ALREADY scuffed! does anyone know how to remove scuffs? or where i should go to get the scuffs removed?








 

carlinha

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Jul 27, 2008
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beautiful! they are a gorgeous wedding shoe... where are the scuffs exactly? do you need to keep them white for the recognition ball? what about if you dye it another color before? then the scuffs will be hidden!
 

Alice1979

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Jul 28, 2008
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They are beautiful. As for the scuffs, perhaps a cobbler can take care of that. Congrats on your first pair.
 

heiress-ox

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Absolutely stunning, congrats on your first pair. The scuffing doens't look that bad so I'm sure a cobbler could take care of it and clean it up, no problem!
 
Aug 4, 2006
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thanks you guys! the pictures aren't very clear, but there are some dark scuffs on the white satin, and i would like them to be very white before the event.
 

mtheriault6

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Oct 21, 2008
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You Are Going To Dye Louboutins :wtf::faint::shocked:... very risky...


Today, i got the white satin very prives!

I need shoes for a senior recognition ball, and when the event is over, i plan to dye them black!

My only problem is that they are ALREADY scuffed! does anyone know how to remove scuffs? or where i should go to get the scuffs removed?








 

Beaniebeans

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Apr 28, 2009
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NICE bvbirdygirl!!
Agree with everyone - take them to a cobbler for cleaning/scuff removal.

They are classic and beautiful! Great choice :smile:
 

meggyg8r

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Feb 27, 2008
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Are you suuuuuuuuuure you want to dye them after the ball?? What about saving them for wedding shoes? They were designed with weddings in mind, after all, since they have the blue insoles! :nuts: Hehe, I just have weddings on the brain :P

But yes, like the ladies on here have said, a cobbler should be able to help you with the scuffs. Hope you can get them cleaned up!! They are gorgeous!
 

meggyg8r

killing them softly
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Feb 27, 2008
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You Are Going To Dye Louboutins :wtf::faint::shocked:... very risky...
It is NOT risky if it is done by a professional cobbler. The ladies in this forum have been dying their CLs for years and years with no issues. Some have even done it themselves and everything has turned out just fine.