Guest Wedding Shoes Part V: MAXSTUDIO ‘Bombay’ Sandal


So chunky is back in style and giving the traditionally more delicate looking stiletto pump a run for its money. Now the challenge is…how do we make chunky look good without it completely overwhelming your whole foot, leg, and overall light summer outfit? On of my rules is that if you are going to go for a bit more of a thicker platform and straps, do so sparingly so that a good portion of your foot still shows and make sure the shoe isn’t too “busy”. That’s why I really like Maxstudio’s ‘

Bombay’ sandal. The variety in the materials used from the snakeskin toe and the contracting slightly distressed leather straps melds effortlessly together with the alternating tan and beige stacked platform and heel to keep things simple and stylish. Also, while the straps are a bit thicker (as in; wider than a fettuccini noodle) they are nicely spread apart to show off you great looking foot. This spring, go ahead and binge – be chunky.

Get Them: MAXSTUDIO ‘Bombay’ Sandal


  1. Anon says

    Funny enough, I was actually planning on wearing this shoe to a wedding. The question is whether to buy the tan or the brown.

  2. Jen says

    I’d say go with the tobacco (tan) color. It’ll go great with everything. The brown might be bit dark and less versatile. Whatever color you use, I’m sure you’ll look great thought. :)

  3. says

    It is important to pay close attention to your choice in wedding shoes, because you want your wedding to be perfect in every way.