Wedding wedge shoes: for a lift without the stab

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The "It Malt Be Love" wedge: $45

I tend to wobble on any sort of stilleto heel, so wedges and platforms have always been the only way I've been able to function in an elevated heel. In addition to being generally more walkable, wedges have the added benefit of being lawn-friendly for those of you having your weddings outdoors — no need to think about sinking up to your ankles in the grass.

It's been more than six months since I last dorked out on wedding wedge shoes, and so it's high time for a new wrastling up of happy heeled wedgey shoe funk. (Does that sound like a good thing? It's meant to be a good thing!)



Random bonus shoe!

Cake Pop Art Flat in Black from ModCloth

  1. The rainbow lucite wedges and bonus shoe fill my retro-loving heart with joy.

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  2. Oh my gosh, I reeeally love the random bonus shoe.

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  3. For those of us with orthotics and wanting a little height, I recommend https://bared.com.au/store/product/124
    I've got these shoes and they are very comfortable. Their footbed is really good and I use that instead of my orthotics. I'm not sure if they ship outside Australia, but I do recommend them as they are good quality shoes that last.

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  4. I couldn't resist the blue ones and snatched up one of the two pairs left in my size on Zappos. I've been looking for royal blue suede wedges forever. This is just in time too because I need to get my dress fitted soon!

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  5. Hey does anyone know where to find the teal wedges with the bow detail???:)

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  6. I'm pretty sure those top shoes in black is a legitimate need for my life.

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