Bad-ass wedding boots for winter or spring weddings

Updated Oct 31 2019
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JOHN FLUEVOG HI-CHOICE HOPEWith winter and early spring weddings being planned right now, I figure now's the time to indulge in some fabulous bridal boots.

So this week's shoe freak-out will be about wedding boots perfect for rain, sleet, snow, or even just a nice indoor venue.

Y'all should know me by now: I like daring (aka LOUD!!) wedding shoes, and I've geeked out a full range of boots here, ranging from spikey heeled boots to my beloved expensive-but-comfy Fluevogs to Doc Martins to rubber wellies perfect for rainy spring weddings.

So put on your shoe whore hats, and let's dive in, shall we?

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  1. I am a boots lover and this is the shoe post i have been waiting for! I have been dreaming about white cowboy or victorian boots for my wedding!

  2. I am totally in love with the red womens lover boot! They are way above my price range, but if I should come into money, that is the first thing I'm buying! LOVE THEM!

  3. I have to say, I would warn against the Pleaser USA boots, those black and white high spats-type affairs. I bought a pair intended for offbeat prom (:-P) and was rather disappointed. They were cheaply made, uncomfortably pinchy and the seller wouldn't take returns. So I'd steer clear if I were you.

  4. Holy cow! I think the turquoise haft cowboy boots are the ones I just ordered for my wedding! I am wearing a somewhat traditional but simple ivory dress, and love something unexpected with it ,like boots or crazy shoes! And I adore shoes that can be worn again and again. We're getting married in a rose garden, but our recpetion/party is at his aunt and uncle's place-small farm-so boots seem to fit the bill. Woohoo to boots peeking out from under a dress! 🙂

  5. The Fluevog Libby Smiths were my dream wedding shoe (though in Salvia and Taupe), but given that our entire wedding is less than $1000… not so much. Thanks for the booth fetish fix, though!

  6. O MAN, I AM SOO LOVING THESE BOOTS…I AM ENGAGED TO B MARRIED FOR THE 2ND TIME AND WAS FEELING A BIT JADED AND CYNICAL ABOUT THE WHOLE "BEEN THERE DONE THAT THING"- BUT NOW I HAVE STARTED COLLECTING A FEW PICS AND IDEAS TOGETHER AND STARTED A BIT OF CASUAL NET SURFING FOR AN IDEA FOR A WINTER WEDDING IN A FEW YEARS…(NEED TO LOSE 3 STONE, GET A JOB, FIND A HOUSE…..) AND SITES LIKE THIS HAVE TOTALLY REJUVENATED MY ENTHUSIASM FOR GIVING WEDDED BLISS ANOTHER BASH……..

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