Wedding shoes are just as important as the dress, so we’ve tracked down the best for the bride-to-be…
Wedding shoes can totally make or break your bridal look. Whether it’s flats, heels, platforms, wedges or even trainers you’re after, it’s absolutely vital that you get it right.
In fact, even if your tootsies are covered by your wedding dress, it’s totally necessary to find something that you’re comfortable and able to dance the night away in. And if that’s not top of your priorities, just having your very own pair of wedding shoes to admire and worship for the rest of your life should be. After all, we all deserve a Carrie Bradshaw moment at one point or another – let your wedding be it!
Firstly, if you’d rather save some money to splurge on food, drinks and your venue (without compromising on style), look to high street mavens Office, M&S, New Look, ASOS, Topshop and Zara. We’re seriously impressed at the amount on offer. Silver flatties, white courts, gold platforms and embellished sandals are all but a scratch on the surface of what’s available.
Next, we have the middle ground. Look to Kurt Geiger if you’re keen to make a statement with your wedding shoes thanks to pom-pom detailing, metallic snakeskin effects and oversized bows, and Ted Baker and Jones Bootmaker for chic classics.
Up for splashing out? Jenny Packham and Sophia Webster are too good to ignore.
If you’re after a classic look, you’ll probably want to invest in a pair of heels for your big day. Luckily for you, so do most other people – so there are plenty of styles on offer.
Designer wedding shoes
We all want to feel like a Queen on our wedding day, and for many, a pair of designer shoes can do just that.
Flat wedding shoes
Hate that post-heels burn? So do we, so we totally get why you’d forgo stilettos in favour of sneakers or pumps. And there’s no need to worry about your shoes not looking special enough…
All in all, wedding shoes have never been better. Happy shopping, ladies!
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