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Hate the Idea of Wearing Heels For Your Wedding?

Feb 11 2014 - 12:00pm

Tall girls are often struck with a dilemma: wear heels and tower over everyone or opt for flats. Weighing the pros and cons of both can be tricky, especially when we're not talking about any old day but what sometimes feels like the most important one of all: your wedding [1].

At the basis of it all, you want to look like the very best version of yourself and feel both confident and comfortable (not too much to ask, right?). Whether you're leaning toward low heels or flats as a nod to all the dancing you plan on doing or simply because you'd like your groom to look taller than you on the big day, we're here to help.

Anne Klein floral-print Isana heels [2] ($79)

ASOS satin and bejeweled smoking slips [3] ($59)

Badgley Mischka Pea satin slingback kitten heels [4] ($245)

Coach glitter Monroe kitten heels [5] ($99, originally $198)

David Tutera white satin bejeweled flats [6] ($111-$159)

Dolce & Gabbana embellished black kitten heels [7] ($698)

Dorothy Perkins mint green glitter ballet flats [8] ($29)

J. Reneé gold and clear slingback kitten heels [9] ($85)

Kate Spade New York pink satin Micah bow sandals [10] ($328)

Pelle Moda Belle red satin peep-toe kitten heels [11] ($140)

Salvatore Ferragamo Perala bow jelly block heel sandals [12] ($250)

Stuart Weitzman red suede bow kitten heels [13] ($256, originally $320)

Valentino gold bow open-toe heels [14] ($695)

Via Spiga rose gold ankle-strap flats [15] ($185)

Vince Camuto gold metallic kitten heels [16] ($60, originally $89)

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