Wedding boots: lace, leather, and love

Updated Mar 15 2021
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Are you planning a winter wedding? Looking for some weddings boots with lace? Or perhaps just leather? Or fuzzy? Or flowers?! Yes, I can help with all these things, because today it's time for a new booted walk down the aisle. A little warmer, a little more water resistant, a little less strappy. Winter brides, hold my gloved hand, and let's do this…

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  1. Those are nice boots, and Imma let you finish, but these are my favorite decorative boots of all time:

    I have a pair and they are ridiculously comfortable, and I always get compliments on them. The insole can even be removed to make way for orthotics. Seriously in love.

  2. Oh how I love those dark brown, strappy, lace up boots from ModCloth… Alas they would not fit my calves. 🙁
    I'm not too sad though. I recently went to Vegas (from Canada… in the summer. To say it was DAMN HOT is an understatement…) and found my wedding boots!
    ^^^ Those are my boots. 😀 So happy with them! Not only are they exactly what I wanted, but they were on sale, AND I had a coupon! 🙂

  3. The very first one (after the pic with the "Winter Wedding Boots" logo on it) is what I want to wear, but I don't think it'll fit around my enormous calf muscles. There's another version that's shorter, but it just doesn't have the same effect. Anyone else who has calf muscles with a circumference of about 16.5 inches been able to wear the first one? I really want to know.

  4. Ooh ooh! My fiance and I are wearing matching boots at our wedding in two weeks! They are from this fabulous company called Ren Boots, are handmade, come with a lifetime warranty, and are customizable with lots of color options. Plus they are gorgeous! (Though a little pricey.) You can get your hands on 'em here: The ones we are wearing are the "King Richard" and "Queen Isabella" boots (they are the same boot, just sized for men and women).

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