Bridal Shoe Roundup
In our experience, shoes are typically a matter of fashion before function! But, we believe there's a middle ground! If a heel is non-negotiable, go chunky. If a flat is optional for all day or just for dancing, pack 'em. Our brides are on their feet for about 10 hours on wedding day. So, we suggest comfort over cute. We've linked a few of our favorites from 2017!
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Classic white is a timeless option. Whether with a simple strap or intricate lace detail, pairing white on white will always be a perfect match with any bridal look.
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In the last few years, blue shoes have been trending. As a nod to the "something blue" tradition, blue is a great option for a modern bride. And, the Hangisi Manolo Blahnik's became popular after Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw invested in a pair for her onscreen wedding. Our bride, Jenna, included a pair in her wedding day accessories line-up!
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After a few hours on your feet, you'll be begging for comfortable shoes. Our bride, Ali, started the day in stunning blue suede Nudist by Stuart Weitzman. At dinner, we hid a pair of flats under the table for her to change into.