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This bride is obsessed with a pretty unique pair of designer floral kicks. We don’t know where this obsession stems from (GET IT?!?!), but we’re here to help, per usual.
I’m on a very strict budget for our wedding I was able to get my dress made and altered for around $400!
Looking for shoes now and it turns out I have very expensive taste! First floral kitten heels I fell in love with turned out to be $479!!!
Please help me find a shoe just as amazing as the one I am looking at now.
It is so hard to find floral shoes that have a small heel as these do.
The challenge with falling in love with really specific, designer shoes is nothing in the “affordable” realm will really be spot-on. As a budget-minded bride, that can be a bummer – but don’t let it be. An open mind is the key to finding a reasonably priced option.
CAN’T AFFORD IT
Erdem Floral Printed Kitten Heels (£479 at A Woman and Her Shoes)
GET OVER IT
Liz Claiborne Johnnie Floral Pump ($39.94 at DSW)
Anne Klein Harquin ($55.99 at Zappos)
Anne Klein Christa ($24.99 at 6pm)
BC Footwear In The Winners Circle ($43.01 at 6pm)
Libby Edelman Alize Floral Flat ($29.94 at DSW)
Sequined Rosette Ballet Flats ($19.80 at Forever 21)
Without knowing your size, it’s hard to throw out one-of-a-kind options. But consider doing a bit of searching on Etsy. There are some vintage options there with floral flare like these size 8s from Wild Rabbit Vintage or these vegan floral pumps from KlubKidVintage. Also, just for fun, check out these shoes from the 1960s – they’re amazing!