Low-heeled wedding boots

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Modern Victorian Lace Up Leather Boots in Pearl

I've done posts about wedding boots before, but this time I wanted to take a slightly different tack… toward lower-heeled, more comfortable options.

I tried to limit my selections to heels with heights of less than three inches (…I didn't always succeed), focusing on styles that had a hint of formality while still being as loud and funky as I always like to feature. Lots of victorian options

I've got everything here from uber-femme brocaded floral booties all the way to androngynous glittered ankle boots to ass-stomping shit-kickers. Because (sing it with me!), “The boots were made for wedding…”

Victorian Style Leather Ankle Boots in Tan Rustic

Victorian Mid-Calf Leather Wedding Boots in Nectar Lux

Victorian Inspired Leather & Lace Boots in Pearl

Baisley Modern Vintage Boots in Nectar Lux

Modern Victorian Lace Up Leather Boots in Nectar Rustic

Baisley Modern Vintage Boots in Nectar Lux

Josephine Victorian Style Short Boots in Black-White

Biddy Victorian Style Tall Boots in Bone Rustic

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Comments on Low-heeled wedding boots

    • Agreed. They’re a lot of awesome boots, but I think the cut-off to count as low-heeled is more like <2" or mayyybe <2.5" which is… half these boots? 2.5" is enough that my feet are sore after a few hours! Sometimes platforms can be comfortable if the platform makes the difference in height between the toe and heel 2" or less (then overall height can still be more).

      • I would put the cut off at 1- 1 1/2 inches for low heals. The hubs is shorter and anything more than that constitutes a high heel for me!

    • Perhaps I should just rename the post to “Wedding boots I love, the end.” 😉

  1. I know this post was for the boots, but I’m really digging the random bonus shoe!

  2. booooots. I really need to break in my docs, they are so squeeky!
    Black with rainbow ribbons! I can’t stop talking about them!

  3. I love the spat pair & immediately pulled out my credit card to order….Then I was reminded for the umphthousandth time….shoe makers, sellers & bargains constantly “forget” about the existance of STYLISH women with well-endowed feet. I am proudly 5’8 with size 10.5 feet. The very idea that people with larger feet might need half sizes like the rest of the population? Forget it! I wonder if shoe fashion will be the last frontier in the body acceptance & plus size fashion movement? Cause I am tired of size 9 & 10 being where the hot-stylish shoe options grind to a halt.

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