So you’ve got “the Dress” — now it’s time to figure out the shoes. Wedding shoes are the supporting player that can make or break the overall performance. Use them to add some personality or fill up one of your something blue, something new, or something borrowed requirements. Your shoes may not be the most noticeable part of your outfit, but they are crucial — especially if you plan on dancing.
For the Bride Who Loves Modern Art
If You Don’t Want to Wear Heels
Who needs height when you’ve got sparkles?
If You’re a Beach Bride
For the Trendy Bride
A ’90s-inspired sandal that feels very “of the moment.” The rectangle heel will provide a bit more stability than a typical stiletto.
If You Crave Drama
For the “go big or go home” bride.
Not Your Average Metallic Shoe
If You Need Something Blue
A sleek blue mule that won’t feel shoehorned into the theme.
A Shoe to Show Off
The stacked heel is also useful if you’re going to be walking on grass or other natural surfaces.
If You’re Going for Classic Wedding Glamour
If your wedding mood board has photos of the duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex on it, these are the shoes for you.
If You’re a Sex and the City Stan
For the After-party
Taking “dancing shoes” to a new level.
A Pretty, Casual Heel
The trifecta: a feminine bow, a kitten heel, and a price under $300.
If You Don’t Want Anything Too Flashy
A stiletto with one interesting detail is perfect if you want to keep things classic.
A White Shoe You Can Wear Again
You may not find a way to rewear a giant tulle gown, but these mod shoes would look just as good with jeans.
The Status Heel
This heel is kind of a chameleon. It can be sweet and feminine, it can be futuristic and artsy, but it’s always Prada.
For the Unconventional Bride
The bride wore punk Louboutins.
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