Vintage-ish shoes for your 1920s-styled wedding

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If you’re going for a wedding feel that’s like a cross between “dusty” and “glitter,” this is totally the shoe post for you.

This week, I’m going to nose around in that delicious aesthetic sweet-spot between vintage and glam, between rustic and chic, between glitz and hay bales. Most of these are in the 1920s flavor of vintage. (If Great Gastsby-era is your jam, be sure to check our 1920s archive!)

We can start with these shoes to the left. One reviewer on ModCloth said: “I wore these shoes on my wedding day, and they were perfect! We had a 1920s/1930s theme going on and the shoes fit into it pretty well. They are definitely a unique shoe for a wedding, but I would definitely recommend them because they’re SO comfortable! I didn’t feel the need to take them off for the reception!” All that for $40? Yes.

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments on Vintage-ish shoes for your 1920s-styled wedding

  1. I have those first modcloth shoes in another colour! They are definitely comfier than most nice shoes/comfier than they look (still not perfect for me because apparently I have weird shaped ankles… but fine with tights!). That said, I wore gumboots :p

  2. Oooh! I got married 2 days ago, and that white pair that starts off this article? Those were the ones I wore! I <3 ModCloth! The shoes were great – a smigeon big; I ordered the 7.5s, my usual size, but they were a little wider than most 7.5s. I also bought a pair in blue in size 7, but they toe box was small enough that I decided they wouldn't work for me.

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