13 wedding shoe clips to turn your cheap Payless shoes into fancy-fance footwear

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For those of us working with tight budgets (or just those of us who aren't into blowing our wedding budgets on our footwear), shoe clips can be the perfect solution. You know that super basic pair of flats you got at PayLess? Or those pleather heels you got last year at Target? Slap some fancy shoe clips on those babies and behold: your fancy-fance dream wedding shoes. For this post, I curated a collection of my favorite wedding shoe clips from Etsy, but of course you can find these things all over the place including, including Amazon.

Of course, because I'm me… I arranged these in rainbow order, including a pair of rainbow shoe clips at the end YAY!

red bow shoe clip for weddings

red shoe clips for bride

autumn wedding shoe clips

yellow bow shoe clips

green bow shoe clips

heart shoe clip

blue shoe clips

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lavendar shoe clips

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pink shoe clips

 

rainbow shoe clips

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  1. These are great! You can also use some styles of clip on earrings as shoe clips or I can also see if you're doing a brooch bouquet using brooches somehow on your shoes.

    One thing though is to be careful of those that have more crystals or set stones because the fabric of long dresses can sometimes catch on them.

  2. I've been so frustrated looking for wedding shoes (though I've ALWAYS had a hard time shoe shopping) and I think you might have just cracked the solution wide open. Such an excellent idea, and now I'm DEFINITELY going to look for shoe clips!

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