Super comfortable wedding shoes

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It was almost a year ago that wonderful Bethany did her Eff yeah: pretty wedding shoes that don't hurt guestpost for us*, and I figured it was high time we take a break from my beloved 5" platforms and glittery sky-high wedges and take a look at wedding shoes that most of us can actually walk in. Yes, this includes flats, but also heels from companies that are known for making comfort footwear (…but that doesn't look orthopedic).

 *By the way, did you know that ANYONE can submit a guest-curated shoe post? Just submit your curated collection with an introduction and links to at least 20 shoes on Zappos.com, and if it's a good fit for the site, we'll take care of the rest!

Dr. Scholl's - Franca (Louisville Red Corduroy Fabric) - Footwear
Cole Haan - Air Tali OT Wedge 40 (White Gold Metallic) - Footwear
Born - Vali - Crown Collection (Fantasy Paisley Velvet) - Footwear
Naturalizer - Prissy (Cosmic Dust Metallic Foil Leather) - Footwear
Dr. Scholl's - Mistle (Camel Cheetah Fabric) - Footwear
Naturalizer - Iggy (Onyx Beige Leather/Black Shiny) - Footwear
Dr. Scholl's - Schroll (Pewter) - Footwear
Sofft - Festival (Grey Carnaby Houndstooth) - Footwear
Naot Footwear - Legend (Dune Leather) - Footwear
Hush Puppies - Sonnet (Pewter Leather) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Fierce (Bone Soft Nappa) - Footwear
Aetrex - Essence Tara - Lynco Footbed (Metallic Snake) - Footwear
Naot Footwear - Luma (Champagne Leather) - Footwear
Born - Marlana - Crown Collection (Chianti Suede) - Footwear
Vaneli - Gabbie (Red) - Footwear
Arcopedico - Jenna (Flowers White) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Bambi (Champagne Metallic Kidskin) - Footwear
Vaneli - Jacorey (Camel Chag Haircalf/Black Nappa) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Caily (Black Mirror Patent Leather) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Anthem (Vapore) - Footwear
Born - Molly (Melograno Crunched Leather) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Babe (Denim/White) - Footwear
Naot Footwear - Cuore (Quartz Leather) - Footwear
Donald J Pliner - Jen (Natural/Black) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Kimberly (Grey/Black Hair Calf) - Footwear
Born - Lusi - Crown Collection (Sasso Suede) - Footwear
Taryn Rose - Betsy (Champagne Metallic Nappa) - Footwear

RANDOM BONUS SHOE!

  1. Thank you so much for this post! I'm having back surgery in a month and I'm getting married February 9th. While I love heels, I don't think they'll work for my recovering back :-). I've been having a hard time finding shoes that are cute and wedding dress appropriate. Thanks for the encouragement!

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  2. None of these look like the kind of wedding shoe I had in mind.. wish there were more wedges!

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  3. I have those silver doctor scholl's with the round buckle (first in the third row). I love them; they are my work flats. They are totally comfy and supportive and don't look like they have inserts in them. I walked about 2 miles today in them with minimal pain.

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  4. I got married in ballet slippers. Not ballet flats, but the actual ballet slippers that you go to a dance store to buy. Super duper comfy. It was my surprise gift to my partner who is shorter than me and not that thrilled about it. Best shoes ever.

  5. I wore dark gray silverish flats by Clarks. So comfy!! I wear them often now and they have help up really well.

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  6. Is… is that a little teeny peacock on the toe of the bonus shoe???!!! 8D

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