Cheap wedding shoes that are also freaking awesome

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Vienna Waits Open Toe Heels

A couple weeks ago I did the unobtainable wedding shoes. This week, I'm sliding to the the other end of the wedding spectrum, featuring shoes that cost less than $70.

A small caution with super cheap shoes: some of these are going to be designer knock-offs. Some of them might not be the most comfortable or well-constructed. Some of them are available in limited quantities or are only available in limited sizes. For this post, I prioritized price point over all other interests, but I did make a point to have flats and heels both evenly represented. (And of course a lot of bright colors.)

So if you're looking for fabulous, offbeat bridal footwear that's going to make your feet look sweet for the afternoon you get married, this is your post.

Johnston & Murphy - Anita Bow Pump (Chocolate & Pink Suede) Women's Slip on  Shoes
Steve Madden - Inaa (Black/White) Women's 1-2 inch heel Shoes
GUESS - Eloy (Washed Out Floral Chiffon/Pink Multi) High Heels
J. Renee - Accent (White Satin) Women's Slip-on Dress Shoes
Melissa Shoes - Harmonic II (Beige) Women's Sandals
GUESS - Allay (Red Multi Suede) High Heels
DOLCE by Mojo Moxy - Frankie (Black) High Heels
Melissa Shoes - Trippy (Pink/Black) Women's Slip on  Shoes
Vaneli - Elita (Multi Silver Labry Fabric) High Heels
Charles Albert - 56509 (Mint) Women's Toe Open Shoes
Nine West - Cutthetude (Light Natural/Orange Leather) High Heels
Michael Antonio - Lahdame (Lime) Women's Sling Back Shoes
MIA Limited Edition - Runway (Gold Glitter) High Heels
Vogue - CA Million (Orange) High Heels
Ros Hommerson - Sexy (Gold Fabric) Women's Dress Sandals
Chinese Laundry - Hopeful (Pearl) High Heels
C Label - Tavi-1 (Blue) Women's Shoes

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  1. Those turquoise oxford pumps are such a tease – The link only shows them in black and tan!

  2. The link for the blue shoes fourth row down middle column doesnt work. Sad face.

  3. Yeah, this is the risk with cheap shoes: many of them are on sale, which means they don't stay in stock between the time I write a post, and the time the post gets published. Sorry, ladies!

    • OH MAN! I didn't realize random bonus shoes had become such a popular feature! Added. :)

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  4. I feel so validated right now: I own the Naturalizer Prissy sandal (top left corner).

    For anyone interested in that shoe, it's awesome. I never learned to walk in heels, and even I can handle it.

    • I also have this shoe (in black). What you say is true, plus it is the perfect kicky black summer heel. I wore my original pair out (it took years, the shoe is well-built), and bought replacements this summer. I was so thrilled to find it was still being made/made again. :)

  5. I love that cheaper shoes also tend to be the ones that would work for other occasions or everyday wear as well.

  6. Just ordered the cream-colored ones with the feather and tealish heel.

    It kinda goes with my wedding scheme, which is blue. Good enough for me. ;D I had to have them!

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