Pretty flats for weddings
Not only are flats cute and comfy, they make a style statement! Here are 10 of our favorite wedding-ready flats for brides, bridesmaids, or anyone looking for a cute pair of satin, embellished, or jeweled flats to wear to a wedding!
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1. ‘Gayne’ Jeweled Flats by Jimmy Choo from Saks Fifth Avenue 2. Jeweled mesh flats by Adrianna Papell from Nordstrom 3. ‘Sweetie’ lace cap toe flats by pink paradox London 4. ‘Glint’ jeweled flats by pink paradox London from Nordstrom 5. ‘ballie’ flats by kate spade new york from Nordstrom 6. Valentino Rockstud Ballerina Flats from Neiman Marcus 7.’Christy’ crystal lace up flats by Aquazzura from Saks Fifth Avenue 8. ‘Hangisi’ Butterfly Bridal Flats by Manolo Blahnik from Neiman Marcus 9. kate spade new york ‘banner’ lace and leather flats from Nordstrom 10. ‘vanna’ skimmer in gold by kate spade new york from Nordstrom
I’m sure I don’t have to tell you all the reasons you might want to wear flats on your wedding day. They strike the perfect balance of elegance and comfort, allowing you to greet your guests, dance, and walk down the aisle without worrying about stability or pinched feet. Even if comfort isn’t a concern, these styles are so fashion-forward and cute, you might want to pick up a pair for getting ready, or to slip on just for dancing later. There are so many styles available that are inherently perfect for weddings including lacy flats, embellished and jeweled, and designer styles. I picked a few high end pairs here, but if you want a pair of bridal flats under $100 try styles by pink paradox London or these ‘Blue’ by Betsy Johnson flats from Zappos ( there are a few styles!)
There are also many more bridal flats from Nordstrom, and there are nearly every type of flat wedding shoes you could ever wish for on Etsy. On Etsy, you’re might even find a shop that will handmake a pair just for you!
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