Robin's egg blue pumps for your wedding

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Photo by Imagine Studios Las Vegas. The shoes are by Hey Lady.

Inspired by the bride's shoes at this wedding we featured on Wednesday, I'm going to devote today's shoe post to pumps in that particular shade of robin's egg blue that says "Oh, I'm a little bit vintage minded, but quite modern thank you very much." (And yes ok fine: I'm going to play a little loose with what qualifies as "robin's egg.")

Stuart Weitzman - Now (Lyceum Aniline) - Footwear
Stuart Weitzman - Daisy (Lyceum Aniline) - Footwear
Badgley Mischka - Goodie (Nile Blue Satin) - Footwear
Rockport - Presia Pump (Aqua Sea) - Footwear
Rockport - Presia S Cross Strap (Aqua Sea) - Footwear
Blue by Betsey Johnson - Party (Blue Satin) - Footwear
Gentle Souls - Funtastic (Teal Nubuck) - Footwear
Blue by Betsey Johnson - Bloom (Blue Satin) - Footwear
Lilly Pulitzer - Kat Kitten Heel (Flutter Blue) - Footwear
Gabriella Rocha - Saber (Azure Patent) - Footwear
Sydney - Blue Patent
Calico - Light Blue Suede
Carri - Deco Blue Suede
Cissy - Nile Blue
Goodie - Bluebird

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  1. I am not a shoe person in the least, but I was devastated to find out those top blue pumps were discontinued.

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    • THESE SHOES ARE NOT DISCONTINUED!

      They are made by a company called Hey Lady.

      They have a website where you can pick them up. They're certainly pricey, but have all kinds of rewear potential. Best of all, Hey Ladys are designed to be the most comfortable wedding shoes imaginable. (I know, because I got a pair of Twinkletoes for my wedding. I haven't really even had to break them in.)

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  2. Mr. Snide gave me the top BHLDN/Hey Lady shoes as an engagement present! They're super comfy thanks to memory foam in the soles (IIIIIII know!!!!! brilliant).

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