19 affordable wedding shoes under $50

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You can totally afford these.
You can totally afford these.

Think your economical shoe budget can't get you big footwear fashion? AU CONTRAIRE! Under $50 is no problem. A small caution with super cheap shoes: some of these are going to be designer knock-offs. Some of them might not be the most comfortable or well-constructed. Some of them are available in limited quantities or are only available in limited sizes. For this post, I prioritized price point over all other interests. So if you're looking for fabulous, offbeat bridal footwear that's going to make your feet look sweet for the afternoon you get married, this is your post… I've even got a couple pairs perfect for your honeymoon…

Johnston & Murphy - Anita Bow Pump (Chocolate & Pink Suede) Women's Slip on  Shoes

Steve Madden - Inaa (Black/White) Women's 1-2 inch heel Shoes

GUESS - Eloy (Washed Out Floral Chiffon/Pink Multi) High Heels

J. Renee - Accent (White Satin) Women's Slip-on Dress Shoes

Melissa Shoes - Harmonic II (Beige) Women's Sandals

GUESS - Allay (Red Multi Suede) High Heels

DOLCE by Mojo Moxy - Frankie (Black) High Heels

Melissa Shoes - Trippy (Pink/Black) Women's Slip on  Shoes

Vaneli - Elita (Multi Silver Labry Fabric) High Heels

Charles Albert - 56509 (Mint) Women's Toe Open Shoes

Nine West - Cutthetude (Light Natural/Orange Leather) High Heels

Michael Antonio - Lahdame (Lime) Women's Sling Back Shoes

MIA Limited Edition - Runway (Gold Glitter) High Heels

Vogue - CA Million (Orange) High Heels

Ros Hommerson - Sexy (Gold Fabric) Women's Dress Sandals

Chinese Laundry - Hopeful (Pearl) High Heels

C Label - Tavi-1 (Blue) Women's Shoes

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Comments on 19 affordable wedding shoes under $50

  1. Oooh, those strappy heels with blush roses are gorgeous! I wore pearly white pointy slingbacks to our wedding, they were on clearance from Victoria’s Secret for $20! My dress was all covered in lace and a little beading so I figured my dress was statement enough to say that I needed simple shoes. The heels weren’t very high either, worked out perfectly.

  2. The shoes for my wedding were around $50. I wore them around the house a couple times before the wedding to get a feel for them. I realized that I would be much more comfortable if I put in some gel insoles. I believe I bought Dr. Scholl’s brand that are made for women’s dress shoes. The gel is clear with a sticky back and gave me some major arch support and cushion that my sandals wouldn’t have had otherwise. I was on my feet all day and managed not to worry about my feet once!

  3. I took an old pair of Mary Janes, painted them to match my dress, hot glued some little gears on, then coated them with Modge Podge. A few minutes, a few dollars worth of craft supplies, and they looked great. Hardly anyone saw them because I was wearing a floor length dress with a train.

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