Shoes with scalloping for a wavy wonderful wedding day (including flats!)

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From left to right: Sentimental Strides Heel  ($37), Reason to Smile Flat ($105), Singing Scales Flat ($100), and Unrivaled Radiance Flat ($30).
From left to right: Sentimental Strides Heel ($37), Reason to Smile Flat ($105), Singing Scales Flat ($100), and Unrivaled Radiance Flat ($30).
This is perhaps a weirdly specific shoe post, even by my weirdly specific standards.

Today I want to talk about scalloping.

…Right? It's a strangely tiny thing to focus on, but I'm noticing an increase in shoes with little rounded edges and detailing. Inspired by these shoes, I feel like this is a nice little break from all the chevron patterns that have been so prevalent the last couple years. Nice round little curves… let's do this!

Bonus shoe

Ariels Treasure - Black Pat

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  1. I bought the reason to smile flats (from modcloth) for my Alice in wonderland outdoor garden wedding, their soo cute in person and are super well made. I have a wide width foot and am a size 9-10 (40) and they fit perfectly. I love that I was able to get flats that will look just as nice as heels would.

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    • Oh my god I'm so jealous! I just clicked on the link to buy them after your glowing recommendation, but I can't. They're permanently discontinued!

      • Oh thats soo disappointing, I was hoping some others could have my good luck with them, but looks like only smaller sizes are left on modcloth….

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