Modcloth's mild & wild wedding-appropriate pumps

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Rainbow Where You Please Heel
It wouldn't be a shoe post without rainbows!
Ok, so first let's talk about the title up there: what shoes are appropriate for a wedding? My answer: SHOES YOU LIKE.

That in mind, I've wrastled up a few of my very favorite pumps from ModCloth this week (sorry, flats-lovers). I've got some kissing doves, green star superheroes — but then I've also got some milder cream colored/dainty bow bumps. You'll see.

If you know ModCloth, you know that their inventory comes and goes VERY quickly, so if you like any of these shoes… do not delay. Snap 'em up before some other Offbeat Bride does!

Alfresco Fiesta Heel

Ginger Strap Heels

You Candy Do It Heels

I Adore Blue Heel

Dove of My Life Heel

Save the Grass Dance Heel

Pink Sprinkles Heel

Dance Instead of Walking Heel

Never Too Emerald Heel

Wise and Shine Heel

Swing Tips Heel

Just Like Honey Heel in Blueberry

Hot for Hemlock Heel in Cerulean

A Taste of Buttercream Heel

Girl of My Dreams Heel in Neon Orange

Random bonus shoe!

Starship Platform Bootie - Pink

  1. You're killin' me! I have already bought four different pairs of wedding shoes, now I want all of these too!

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    • That is awesome!!! Haha! :) Will you be having 4+ different shoe changes during the night? Omg… that sounds so fantastic, I hope you share it if you do :)

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      • I just keep seeing another pair that I like better than the last ones. But wearing all four in one day would be pretty great. I might have to think about that!

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  2. Oh my lawd, those green spangled ones.

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