Sseko Wedding Sandals {In the Closet} #Affiliate

Sseko Bridal Sandals {Affiliate Link}

When the hubs and I got married, we did things the quick and easy way: we went to the Justice of the Peace. We wanted to have a wedding but we were both in the military, the hubs was on orders, and our friends and family weren’t local. We thought we’d have the big shindig later on but as time progressed, life got in the way of our planning and the wedding never happened.

Over the years, the hubs and I have attended numerous weddings and I’ve “planned” a vow renewal thanks to the fabulousness that is Pinterest. And one thing I’ve learned from attending weddings is that the bride and her party always have sore feet. So extra shoes are a must!

Sseko Designs has introduced a line of wedding sandals that would be too sweet for reception hall dancing. I’ve seen brides kicking up their heels in flip flops and sneakers, I’ve even seen a few go barefoot but I think these are so much cuter. And the proceeds from the purchase of every pair of sandals goes towards helping a woman in Uganda get an education and escape poverty.

ABOUT SSEKO DESIGNS

Sseko Designs is a sandal company based in Uganda. They make beautiful leather sandals with interchangeable fabric straps that can be styled hundreds of ways.

Sseko Designs mission is to use fashion to provide employment and scholarship opportunities to women pursuing their dreams and overcoming poverty.

You can connect with Sseko on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube!

THE DEAL

Buy 4 Sseko Wedding Sandals and receive your Bridal Pair Free! Sseko Designs ~ using fashion to educate & empower women. Use promo code: SsekoBride

Offer valid from 22 April 2013 to 20 May 2013.

For more information click here!

Did you switch out your shoes at your wedding? You can see how I’ve styled my Sseko Designs sandals by clicking here.


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