11 pairs of quirky wedding shoes from Hot Chocolate shoes

Updated Oct 31 2019
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hot chocolate floral shoes

I'd noticed the shoes of Hot Chocolate Designs before because Modcloth carries a few of their mary jane flats. While I already knew the shoes were cute, holy wow, I had never seen their full line, including multicolored pumps which take things way over the top (just where I like things when it comes to shoes). We're talking cutie floral heels like the ones above, pineapple mary janes, spiderweb pumps, multicolored tropical heels, and 1970s mod shoes. I have a feeling some of these are going to be just perfect for some of you…

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  1. The shoes with the little twisty knob thing, I kind of want them to have music box guts in the heel so your shoes can be musical.

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