Wedding shoes for dapper brides and offbeat grooms

November 2 | Guest post by Jane
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As mentioned last week, anyone can submit an curated shoe post. Here's our first one, from Jane of Ala Carte AlbumsThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them!

Inspired by "Dapper," Offbeat Bride's new androgynous header character, I present my curated collection of wedding shoes for dapper brides and offbeat grooms.

…Because the masculine-inclined need cool shoes, too, and not just rentals from the tux shop. These are a mix of women's and men's shoes; I've had great luck wearing men's oxford and boots, although I don't know if it works the other direction.

Wedding shoes for dapper brides and offbeat grooms

Franco Sarto - Tweed (Red Plaid) - Footwear
Franco Sarto - Tweed (Taupe/Black) - Footwear
Jil Sander - JS19064 (Yellow) - Footwear
Jil Sander - JS19064 (Black) - Footwear
Durango - Gambler (Charcoal) - Footwear
Laredo - Long Haul (Spanish Tan) - Footwear
Jeffery-West - Ozzy (Metallic Blue) - Footwear
Burberry - Polished Leather Monk Shoes (Bright Chestnut) - Footwear
Naot Footwear - Talas (French Roast Leather/Brown Stretch) - Footwear
Cole Haan - Air Colton Casual Wing Tip (Navy Textured) - Footwear
Trotters - Jenn (Black Croco Patent Leather) - Footwear
Bikkembergs - BKE105267 (Black Patent) - Footwear
Ben Sherman - Dickens (Black) - Footwear
Cole Haan - Cooper Square Wingtip (Cordovan/Cordovan Wool) - Footwear
Mezlan - Imperial (Brown/Taupe) - Footwear
BRUNO MAGLI - Medardo (Denim) - Footwear
HUGO - Stator (Dark Purple) - Footwear
Bella-Vita - Sigma (Black Leather/Tortoise Patent) - Footwear
Trotters - Zell (Dark Brown Leather) - Footwear
Bostonian - Ricardo Cap Toe (Brown/Brown Tumbled) - Footwear
Allen-Edmonds - Neumok (Red Leather) - Footwear
Cole Haan - Air Harrison Lace BT (Black) - Footwear
Bass - Amsterdam (Black Leather) - Footwear
Dr. Martens - Beckett 8-Tie Boot (Grey Felt) - Footwear

Random bonus shoe!

WTF IS THIS AMAZING THING

Edited to add this bit of PURE MAGIC:

Chrome a Little Closer Flat

To submit a shoe guestpost, just curate a collection of about 20 Zappos shoes, and submit 'em with an introduction!

  1. HOMG! That bonus shoe is just..just.. ;headexplodes:

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  2. That first shoe made my heart pitter patter. Not sure if either of my guys would wear it, though :-( It is one of the technically women's shoes, but my style is a bit more decidedly girly. Note: find hot butch girlfriend to wear awesome shoes with.

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    • It comes in black with leopard print, too. I had the hardest time deciding which to put in.

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    • lol, I too would like to find a hot butch girlfriend to wear awesome shoes with

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  3. BIRD ON SHOE! That is just awesome, just totally awesome. Really digging the sparkly boots, too. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Dang, the burgundy ones 3 from the bottom go to an error page :(

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    • I don't know why that stopped working, but if you want to search for them, they are the Hugo Stator in "dark purple"

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  5. Me: Ooooooh, shoe number three looks awesome, I can see myself wearing that for every fancy event.
    Universe: I thwart your shoe desires! $672!
    Me: Awwww. :(
    Universe: If it helps, there's $10 that you've forgotten about in your coat pocket.
    Me: Are you trying to be mean or helpful, Universe?
    Universe: …Yes.

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