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blessed cursed with extra wide feet and instead of recognizing them for what they were, for years, I shoved my feet in regular sized shoes and eventually gave up trying to have pretty shoes. That is, until I found Bella Belle Shoes’ wedding booties and art deco blue wedding heels. They are actually comfortable wide width wedding shoes that I’ve been able to stylize with non-wedding clothes.
Bella Belle Shoes doesn’t technically advertise themselves as wide fit wedding shoes for brides, but with the two pairs of shoes I got from them, I either sized up or even stayed the same size and have found them to be the most comfortable wedding shoes for wide feet that I’ve ever worn! Here are the two pairs of shoes I recommend for wide width wedding shoes.
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Wide Width Wedding Shoes Recommendation #1: Flower Chiffon Wedding Booties
For those of you who want something a little more unique and very comfortable while still having a tall heel, I highly recommend these sweet flower chiffon wedding booties. I have been getting an endless number of compliments on these wedding booties both on Instagram and walking around outside. They stand out, are beautiful, and most definitely, work as comfortable wedding shoes for wide feet.
The Fit: I am normally a 6.5 W in shoe size and I went up a half size to a 7 so you should size up 1/2 a size. At first when I tried them on, because of my super wide feet, they felt snug around my pinky toe, but I just twisted the shoes back and forth around my toes, and they quickly loosened up after only wearing them for 10 minutes. They are now my most comfortable pair of heels!
After the wedding, you can easily pair these wedding booties with clothes you already own like a mini skirt or a dress. I wore them with a black mini skirt and lace bodysuit and also a light blue lace dress; both while in Paris and loved the combinations!
Check out these wedding booties on Bella Belle’s site!
Wide Width Wedding Shoes Recommendation #2: Art Deco Light Blue Wedding Shoes
For those of you who love the 20s or are looking to use your shoes as your something blue, then these light blue wedding shoes are the perfect pair for you. They are great as wide fit blue wedding shoes because they run a bit big on the width.
The Fit: I am normally a 6.5 W in shoe size and I stuck with the 6.5 for these shoes so you should stick with your usual size. At first when I tried them on, they felt snug around the toes, but after wearing them for an hour they loosened up, and now they are super comfortable to wear since they have low heels.
To break in the shoes faster, I’ve heard of people wearing very thick socks with the shoes, then using a low heat from a blow dryer around them. Since they are your wedding day shoes though, if you don’t want to risk it with the heat, then just wear thick socks with them around the house.
After the wedding, you can easily pair these light blue wedding shoes with clothes you already own. An idea to wear these wedding shoes after your wedding is to make it super casual. Try them on with a white tulle skirt and a chambray button down shirt.
Check out these light blue wedding shoes on Bella Belle’s site!
Wide Width Wedding Shoes Recommendation #3: Wedding Flats
If you need even more comfort than the shoes I mentioned above, then you might want to grab a pair of wedding flats. Bella Belle Shoes has the most gorgeous array of flats you could possibly imagine.
I haven’t personally tried on their wedding flats so make sure to reach out to them and ask what size is best if you have wide feet!
Bella Belle’s customer service is fantastic and they know their shoes very well so I’d definitely head to their site and look around to see which one of their gorgeous wedding shoes you can wear. They have pretty much everything you can dream of for your wedding day from wedding sandals to booties, and best of all they’re all comfortable!
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