Winter wedding shoes: boots and other warmies

March 14 2014 | offbeatresilience
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Because nothing says "something blue for my winter wedding" like a hairy-heeled shoe!

On last week's shoe post, Meganwins asked for a post about winter wedding footwear. I linked to my most recent post about wedding boots, but that was six months ago. Maybe it's time for a new booted walk down the aisle… and maybe instead of just thinking BOOTS, I'mma go for footwear that's just generally better for winter weddings. A little warmer, a little more water resistant, a little less strappy. Winter brides, hold my gloved hand, and let's do this…

wedding boot lace for bride

Boot Plonge Mihara Womens Chie Jico Castano


tall red boot on offbeat bride

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fuzzy white boot for bride

teal boot for bride

white fuzzy boots for bride



Random bonus shoe

From the product description:

The first thing you need to ask yourself before purchasing Bernhard Willhelm's latest creation for Camper is, "Do I want two heterosexual Ooma Loompas permanently screwing on the side of my shoe?" If you answered "yes," then this is the shoe for you!


  1. The formatting looks a bit off on this post for me. I'm using the latest version of Firefox, if that matters/helps at all.

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    • Yep, this is a known bug with Firefox. I do my best to ensure that our posts look solid in as many browsers as possible, but this formatting situation is only with Firefox… which less than 10% of our readers use, so it's hard for me to prioritize developer resources to fixing it.

      I tweaked this post so that it'll hopefully display a bit better for that 10%… but ultimately, I'd suggest using Chrome. I know that's crappy to hear, but from a web dev perspective, it's a more solid browsing experience.

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      • I don't know if it was that tweak, but normally roundup posts display terribly on my phone (chrome on an android device, if that means anything), with the pictures cutting each other off or only showing half, but this one is fine and clear!

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  2. So, I was listening to "Every You, Every Me" by Placebo, and right as I read the tag for that first picture, the words in the song went, "something borrowed, something blue."

    Also, OMG WHY WITH ALL THE CUTENESS!!! Those sky blue mary janes with the stars on them are to die for.

  3. I've been eyeing the cream version of the fourth shoe (the coral one) for AGES and finally bought them today. Got the last pair in my size! There are also some lovely blue and mint versions, and gray I think. So adorable.

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