20 pairs of red wedding shoes #Wedding Shoes#red shoes April 25 2014 | Ariel offbeatbride This post features offbeat affiliates, meaning that if you buy something featured, you'll be financially supporting this site's mission of bringing awesomeness to readers everywhere. SHOW STORY Skull Zipper Peeptoe Platform Bone Heels Have you guys ever heard that classic quote: Red shoes are worn only by small children, clowns, and prostitutes? Offbeat Brides obviously disagree with all these sentiments: did you know that we have seven pages of red shoe posts on Offbeat Bride? SEVEN PAGES, you guys. Clearly, we all love red shoes… clowns and small children be damned. I love them so much that I decided to take a day to round up 20 of my favorites for y'all… Fordbox Metal Stiletto Heels Anne Klein Women's Fabulist Synthetic Pump Irregular Choice – Kanjanka June in Love Pointy Toe Ombre Pumps Kenneth Cole REACTION Women's Michelle Kilty Toe Dress Suede Pump Chase & Chloe Kimmy Teardrop Cut Out T-StrapPumps Blue by Betsey Johnson Women's SB-Leah Ballet Flat OUOUVALLEY Women's Oxford Patent Oxfords Dansko Women's Malin Shoe Forever Camille-86 Women's Stacked Chunky Heel Ankle Booties Ellie Shoes Women's 406-Doll Pump HapHop Wedge Party Heels Womens Irregular Choice Ascot Stripe Heel Greatonu Kitten Heels Badgley Mischka Women's Geranium Heeled Sandal Vintage-style Bowtie Platform Pumps Hot Chocolate Design Chocolaticas Mariquita Mary Jane Flat Highest Heel Women's Fierce-91 Bootie Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Ariel Author of Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives in Seattle with her son, and if she's not reading or writing, chances are good that she's dancing and happy-crying. PREVIOUS Brandy & Phoenix's Central Park and hometown Chicago dual-city wedding NEXT Big 'ol smile-inducing wedding photography from small-town New Brunswick's Kandise Brown Show/Hide comments [ 19 ] Just gotta say before perusing that I absolutely LOVE that you only "damned" the clowns and the small children, but not the prostitutes. It's such a small thing in such a small joke, but adds to the general discourse of why OBB is the best. <3 16 agree Reply There'll be no shaming sex workers on MY watch. 🙂 Even on a silly-ass shoe post. 8 agree Reply But clowns are on their own. ;c) 1 agrees Reply As a member of the clown community, I feel marginalized and disrespected by Offbeat Bride's shoe posts. 8 agree Reply I just wanted to say that I already have my shoes for my wedding (now less than 11 months away!) and they are not red, but they're Poetic Licence and I totally owe it to you for introducing me to that freaking incredible brand. I kept an eye on their lines for a bit and just last month I bought the perfect pair of shoes! So thank you for your constant vigilance over Wedding footwear. You are providing an invaluable service to shoe loving brides everywhere. 3 agree Reply Am I the only one in love with those FOXY SHOES?! They are so adorable!! 2 agree Reply I own those shoes! And they are awesome 😀 Reply I love these! I was set on finding the perfect pair of red pumps for the wedding (which I would then wear all the time). I did, and I love them so much. I might have to get one or two of these cuties though, to mix it up… Maybe red shoes will be my signature style peice? 2 agree Reply I love red shoes… I believe I have at least 8 pairs including a pair of gorgeous red boots (shame they're so hard to find in a classy look) 2 agree Reply Love love love this collection, hate hate hate that ModCloth always seems to be out of my shoe size (esp. since they tend to run small). I'd have bought 3 of these in a heartbeat. 2 agree Reply If you can figure out the brand you could probably find them elsewhere. There's a good chance it would be cheaper too, as much as I like ModCloth if the product isn't exclusive to them you can find it for less somewhere else. 1 agrees Reply My wedding accidentally ended up with two pairs of red shoes! I wore these for the wedding and most of the reception, and while they were way comfier (and redder!) than they look, I wasn't up to hiking over to the river in them to get the last set of couple shots. Luckily, I had some random red flats from Target lying around, because I'd worn them to help set up the church the morning of. By the time I got to the river wearing them, I was exhausted and a little cranky (and, as it turns out, running a major fever), and I *so* didn't want to change back. So I'm sure my dress is going to look 3.5" too long in the last pictures, but by golly I give no fucks. 😉 1 agrees Reply Good lord, that first pair of shoes is GORGEOUS! Reply Thank you! I have them in the green as well (and a pair of lace-up purple boots with the same heel). I swear, if I hadn't had pneumonia, they really would have been comfortable enough to last me the whole day! (Also… my name is entendante, and I have a Fluevog problem.) 1 agrees Reply I have a MAJOR Fluevog problem. I may even subscribe to an ebay search for my shoe size… 1 agrees Reply OH GOD I'M NOT ALONE! (Also, I'm really glad we don't have the same shoe size…) 1 agrees I know this is a post about red shoes, but the Right Here Heel comes in an awesome lime green! The red is awesome, but the green is FABULOUS! Then again, all the colors are excellent! Good thing I don't have the budget for it, otherwise I would be overrun with these heels (especially since I own a similar pair in black). Reply I totally just ordered the red wedges. No shame in my shoe game. Reply Dude. Wedding or no wedding, I want the red wedges for WORK. My coworkers AND clients will all be like OMG WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE. 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! 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