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dancin’ shoes

What’s the good word on wedding shoes, y’all? This five-foot-five bride needs a couple of inches of lift on her wedding day, but doesn’t want to be hobbled with pain by the end of the reception (I plan on dancing the night away). Who’s got the good word on some adorable heels that aren’t sky-high and are generous on the comfort factor?

In related news, I can’t decide whether to go tradish and get some heels the same color of my dress, or go with a little splash of color. Hit me with your thoughts (a little hint: you’ll probably be seeing a lot of my feet!). Here are a few pretty little things I’ve found on my e-travels of late. Xoxo

1.  Via ThisNext.  2.  Via Elizabeth Anne Designs.  3.  Via Glamour.  4.  Via Geek Shoes.  5.  Via The Wedding Planner.  6.  Via Wedding Bee.  7.  Via Elizabeth Anne Designs.  8.  Via Professional Socialites.

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22 thoughts on “dancin’ shoes

  1. ok first of all, i love number 5. <3
    and if you are afraid of going with the color, but don't wanna go with white, i love a good heel covered in glitter. especially silver.

    i remember watching oprah's favorite things like a million years ago (maybe 5 years…?) and she had some heels that she said were as comfortable as tennis shoes. apparently she's a baby when it comes to foot pain and always takes the elevator, but in these she was taking the stairs!
    i'll see if i can find them..

    1. I love this comment. Isn’t Oprah the world’s guiding light? Those Taryn Rose shoes break the bank though.

      Peep toes with an ankle strap always make me think of ballroom shoes.

  2. ok first of all, i love number 5. <3
    and if you are afraid of going with the color, but don't wanna go with white, i love a good heel covered in glitter. especially silver.

    i remember watching oprah's favorite things like a million years ago (maybe 5 years…?) and she had some heels that she said were as comfortable as tennis shoes. apparently she's a baby when it comes to foot pain and always takes the elevator, but in these she was taking the stairs!
    i'll see if i can find them..

    1. I love this comment. Isn’t Oprah the world’s guiding light? Those Taryn Rose shoes break the bank though.

      Peep toes with an ankle strap always make me think of ballroom shoes.

  3. love love love number 2.

    and yes, if my dress hadn’t been so traditional, i would have gone with a pop of color for my shoes, especially if you can, um, see them 🙂

  4. love love love number 2.

    and yes, if my dress hadn’t been so traditional, i would have gone with a pop of color for my shoes, especially if you can, um, see them 🙂

  5. I love the idea of having a pop of color at your feet. Especially for a fun, pretty, not-completely-traditional fete like the one you’re planning; it is a special touch that will help you stand out (plus, you can find a pair to wear again and again to future celebrations). I bought a pair of Worthington brand heels from JCPenney last year that have served me well for weddings; they’re bright, a very manageable height, and have enough padding to be comfortable enough to dance the night away.
    I also love Molly’s suggestion for glittery heels. A little sparkle never hurt anyone!

  6. I love the idea of having a pop of color at your feet. Especially for a fun, pretty, not-completely-traditional fete like the one you’re planning; it is a special touch that will help you stand out (plus, you can find a pair to wear again and again to future celebrations). I bought a pair of Worthington brand heels from JCPenney last year that have served me well for weddings; they’re bright, a very manageable height, and have enough padding to be comfortable enough to dance the night away.
    I also love Molly’s suggestion for glittery heels. A little sparkle never hurt anyone!

  7. The Oprah shoes…are by designer Taryn Rose. She was a podiatrist and decided to start designing shoes (heels specifically) which anatomically would support the foot…. but still be stylish.
    Hope that helps some… I droll over them often. And deffinately….#8 Love…. they, are, you! (peeps are the best of both worlds….fun AND flirty!)
    Hugs!

  8. The Oprah shoes…are by designer Taryn Rose. She was a podiatrist and decided to start designing shoes (heels specifically) which anatomically would support the foot…. but still be stylish.
    Hope that helps some… I droll over them often. And deffinately….#8 Love…. they, are, you! (peeps are the best of both worlds….fun AND flirty!)
    Hugs!

  9. I own #8 (in a different color) and LOVE them – the stap over the top of the foot makes them super comfortable, not to mention the fact that they look adorable on the foot as well! I’m 5’10” and don’t wear heels often, so when I was able to finish out a night of dancing at a friends wedding w/out tossing these aside, I was majorly impressed – can’t go wrong w/ the Crew! 🙂

  10. I own #8 (in a different color) and LOVE them – the stap over the top of the foot makes them super comfortable, not to mention the fact that they look adorable on the foot as well! I’m 5’10” and don’t wear heels often, so when I was able to finish out a night of dancing at a friends wedding w/out tossing these aside, I was majorly impressed – can’t go wrong w/ the Crew! 🙂

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