Would You Wear TOMS Shoes To Your Wedding?

Well, you learn something new every day. Turns out that TOMS, the charitably inclined shoe line founded in 2006 by Blake Mycoskie (the company matches every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of new shoes given to a child in need), has a wedding collection! Featuring styles for brides, grooms, and the entire wedding party, the range boasts fabrics like petal grosgrain for women and black velvet for guys, plus lots of sparkles for kids. While we can certainly get behind Blake's one-for-one philosophy, how far would you take your inner do-gooder? With even wedges a steal at $69, wearing TOMS would certainly save more cash for Vera, but might make for some interesting photos. So, engaged readers, you tell us: Yay or nay to TOMS on the big day?
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