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Whether you love a classic pump, sexy sandal, or comfortable block heel, there’s nothing better than scoring an affordable pair of heels for your wedding day. While there’s a lot to be said for investing in a well-made pair of designer shoes – weddings are expensive! And a stylish pair of heels that costs $200 or less is one easy way to stay within budget and still feel like you’re capitalizing on style.
Even though most wedding shoes barely show from beneath a wedding gown (unless you go for a high-low hem or tea-length dress) you still want to select a special shoe on your big day and even better if you opt for a style that can be worn long after you say "I do." If you're a bride with your heart set on heels, there are countless options to consider, from sleek and minimalist slingbacks to metallic stilettos to stark white pumps, all of which are versatile silhouettes that you can easily be worn post-wedding day.
Read on for the best bridal heels under $200.
What are the most common styles of wedding heels?
There are endless styles of affordable wedding shoes out there to choose from. Many brides choose to wear classic closed toe pumps or embellished stilettos for a formal wedding while others opt to wear espadrilles for a beach wedding or grass-friendly sandals for a garden wedding.
What are the most comfortable wedding heels?
For brides looking for added comfort and support, shoes with a block heel or a kitten heel will take you comfortably from the aisle to the dance floor.
Can I wear colorful wedding heels?
Absolutely! If you're wearing a white wedding dress, shoes in pretty pastels, metallics, and bold hues make for a fun pop of color beneath your gown.
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