Orange wedding shoes

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Take a Little Dip Heel in SunsetOk, look: two weeks ago I did green wedding shoes. Last week I did yellow wedding shoes. Shall we just make a series of it and move on to orange wedding shoes?!

Yes, we shall!

Our own Megan wore orange shoes at her beach wedding, so I know for fact that they look awesome on everyone from autumnal brides looking to match the leaves, to destination brides looking to match the sunset. I've included lots of flats here, as well. Let's look!

Amalgam of the Year Flat in Coral

D.C. by Day Flat in Lips

Morning, Swoon, and Night Heel in Coral

In a Classic of Its Own Heel in Coral

Fresh Steps Flat

Grounded in Glam Flat in Coral

Refresh Your Steps Flat

Close Your Eyes Heel in Coral

Morning Amour Flat in Clementine

Head of the Sass Flat in Scarlet

Peppy Planner Heel in Orange

Sunlight Wedge

Composing Lines Flat in Coral

Tangelo and Behold Heel

Random bonus shoe

Best One Yet - Aqua Satin

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  1. Thank you so much for this post! I have my heart set on finding a pair of peach shoes to go with a floral pin I'm wearing. Love these styles!

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  2. Oo, these are tempting with my blue dress. I've been planning orange wildflowers, so shoes to match could be fun.

    My dress has some silvery accents, so I was hunting for comfortable pewter/silver shoes with a big chunky heel. I'll keep an eye open for the silver edition of this post!

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  3. ACK. Where was this post two years ago when I was looking for orange shoes for my wedding?? Love them 🙂

  4. I just bought the pair featured at the top of this post (the Betty Paige ones, with the cut outs) and they are INSANELY comfortable. My pair is in green and I will be rocking them to my wedding in July. I actually bought the shoes before the dress, and lucked out when the dress matched.

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