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In Search of Wedding Shoes in Paris

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I'm headed to Paris next week to purchase shoes for my July wedding. Besides the obvious shopping destinations like Rue Faubourg St. Honoré and the large department stores, does anyone have suggestions of stores to add to my list?

Fortunately, my trip coincides with Les Soldes! And the exchange rate is also very favorable right now. While I'm not going there in search of a deal, it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world if one presented itself. I plan to visit some of the larger luxury stores like Christian Louboutin, Rene Caovilla, GL, Printemps, etc..., but I'm hoping for other suggestions too.

I'm looking for heels (not flats), and I'm not concerned about budget. So, any place you suggest is fair game.

Merci en avance!

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