11 pairs of Halloween wedding shoes

August 7 2015 | arielmstallings
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If it's August, that means that some of you are planning your Halloween weddings. And even if you're NOT planning a Halloween wedding, others of you might just like creepy shoes peeking out from beneath the hem of your wedding outfit.

So I went hunting for Halloween wedding shoes, and you know what? They're either, like, novelty-shoe-dirt-cheap or haute-couture-stupid-expensive. As always with my shoe posts, I offer you both ends of the spectrum all mixed together and without commentary. There are definitely lots of skull shoes here, as well as a couple options on the more steampunk bootie end of the spectrum…

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gold and red flame heels

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sugar skull converse

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silver skull boots

steampunk boot

Hallowedding brides, what shoes are you wearing?

  1. There are a few Fluevogs I'm looking at, even though they're probably not in the cards because they are expennnnnssiiivvveeee. Also I'm not sure if any of these would actually fit; I would have to go to a Fluevog store and try them on.

    So there's the Angelina, which scream "Witchy boots" to me: https://www.fluevog.com/shop/4321-angelina-black?item=20&of=63&gender=women&size=

    But I was also looking at the Evers, because I wasn't sure that I could handle the heel on the Angelinas (yay spinal injury), and they're not super witchy but could have that edge or at least a Halloween edge to them: https://www.fluevog.com/shop/4330-evers-black?item=16&of=63&anchor=true

    BUT THEN in the time since I last went there to drool, they have come out with MORE SHOES. And these two have caught my eye as being witchy and having a smaller heel:

    Elisabeta: https://www.fluevog.com/shop/4436-elisabetta-black?item=4&of=63&gender=women&size=

    Justine: https://www.fluevog.com/shop/4434-justine-brown?item=6&of=63&gender=women&size=

    And I really don't know how those will fit because they're so new they don't have the "Fit Expert" info on the page, so I'm trying not to fall in love until I can try them on in the store.

    So yeah, one of those pairs is what I'd like. I won't know till September though if I can afford to splurge like that on shoes (they'd end up costing more than my dress). If not? We'll likely just get a newer pair of the shoes I wear for work, which are Dr. Scholl's Career Shoes and 40 bucks at Wal-Mart.

  2. I need a post like this for flat boots (or bare minimum heel) for wide calves. My wedding is this October and I still haven't found boots. 🙁
    But! These are beyond adorable. All of them. If I could wear heels, I'd be all over the skull/floral with spine(?) heel. <3

  3. These are all terribly awesome and if I wouldn't kill myself in heels I'd be very torn! Those skull flats are super adorable and if I hadn't already gotten my shoes I'd probably be all over those. I'm wearing super plain, boring but ridiculously comfortable black moccasins to my wedding. Got them at Payless on sale for $24 and am very pleased with them. I'm not big on shoes so my choice was definitely made with practicality and comfort in mind versus style!

  4. I plan on wearing something similar to the spine-heel ones, except with plain black instead of floral-skully motif.

  5. I'm going with Fluevogs, too! I got a pair of the green Queen Elizabeth Transcendent heels: https://www.fluevog.com/shop/3643/

    I definitely recommend trying them on, first! I normally wear an 8 and my wedding shoes are an 11 and still a little pinchy. I did find them on ebay, though, from a store that took returns, so I only paid $100, I think.

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