Ruche's classy & cute vintage inspired shoes

September 7 2012 | arielmstallings
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Amara Suede Heels

Look at me! I'm going to deviate from my rainbows and sparkles and platform pumps! I'm going to spend a morning doodling around in's collection of (gasp) classy footwear. CLASSY, YOU GUYS.

I'm going to feature heels, pumps, and a few flats. We've got gentle rose colors, and some ivory, and some lovely blues… but of course some brighter colors too because I can't help myself! We've got prices ranging from $30 up to about $200 — so no insane $2300 designer heels here. (Of note for my budget brides: Ruche has a whole section of affordable shoes under $50.)

So, yes: let's get classy for a moment. Join me?

As always, click the images to learn more!

Exotic Heels By Chelsea Crew

Yacht Club Cutout Heels

Harlan Heels By B.A.I.T.  Footwear

Doreen Colorblock Heels By Restricted

Escada Heels By Chelsea Crew

Belle Rives Heels

Stagefright Heels By Seychelles

Electrify Suede Heels By Seychelles

Portrait T-Strap Heels By Seychelles

Jive Talk Heels By Chinese Laundry

Irella T-strap Heels By B.A.I.T. Footwear

Dorothy Peep Toe Heels In Mustard By Restricted

Eternity Rose Gold Metallic Booties By Seychelles

On Pointe Faux Suede Pumps

Kindle Scalloped Flats By Matisse

Shining Moment Metallic Flats

Random bonus shoe

Ladykiller Peep Toe Plat- White Multi

  1. The random bonus shoe got me! I'm scrolling and thinking "Awww! That's cute! That's so sweet. Wow that's pretty." then BAM!

    Well played, Ariel. Well played. 🙂

  2. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm finding myself quite fond of the peep toe heels with the red polka dot laces. 😀

  3. Right away, those teal and white shoes had me drooling. It didn't get any better once I started scrolling. I would wear all of these! Now, when's payday?

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