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Wedding shoes to suit every style of bride

Wedding season is well and truly upon us, but if you still haven’t picked your shoes (what have you been thinking?!), don’t worry, here are our suggestions for (almost) every style of bride…

1. The Designer Bride or Shoeaholic

For some women, their wedding day represents the perfect opportunity to not only marry the love of their lives (of course), but to indulge that other great love of their lives – shoes! If you’re a designer bride looking for a fabulous pair of show-stopping stilettos, and you don’t care what they cost, look no further than Browns Bride and their collection of lovely Louboutins. The satin sandals with feather details shown above are £370, but if feathers don’t tickle your fancy, Mr Louboutin has lots of other gorgeous wedding styles waiting for you…

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2. The Designer Bride-on-a-Budget

Let’s face it, weddings are expensive things, so if you’re also a designer shoe lover, but you lack the designer budget, look no further than Dune’s wedding selection. These ‘Kois’ sandals are super-sparkly and so pretty you’ll want to show them off. They’re £95, but could easily be mistaken for a designer label.

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3. The Beach Bride

Stilettos and sand don’t tend to be a great combination, so try these sparkly flip flops from Jaeger instead…


4. The Low-Heel Lover

If you don’t trust your ability to balance on high heels all day, or just want something a little lower for whatever reason, these simple peep toes by Touch Ups could be a good choice: they’re low heeled, but still pretty and feminine, and they can also be dyed to match the colour of your dress.

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5. The Ballet Flat Bride

Whether you live your life in ballet flats, or just want a totally flat style for your wedding because you’ll be standing all day and dancing all night, these shoes by Pretty Ballerinas should meet your requirements, as well as being suitably weddingy….

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6. The ‘Want to Wear Them Again’ Bride

If you don’t fancy spending money on a shoe you’ll wear only once and then sling into the closet, metallics are a good choice, because they’ll work with most wedding dress colours, but can also be worn with your civilian clothes! Moda in Pelle’s ‘Kendra’ pumps will look just as good with jeans as they will with a wedding dress…

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7. The Lady in Red. Or Blue, or purple, or green…

Don’t fancy white, cream or ivory? Red is an increasingly popular colour for brides, adding a pop of colour to your outfit, but you could also go for something blue – or any other colour you fancy. Some brides like to match the colour of their shoes to the colours of their bridesmaid’s dress – something that’s easy enough to do thanks to all the dyeable shoes available these days – or you could just add drama with these red two-part sandals from Barratts.

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8. The Shoe String Bride

If even the usual high street prices are out of your budget, how about these: New Look’s patent peep toes, on sale, £10. Sorted.

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9. The Super Sporty Bride

Not something I’d wear myself, but if you’re the sporty type and you have your heart set on getting married in sneakers, these gold leather Converse low tops could add a touch of comfort, fun and your own personal style.

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10. The Boy Scout Bride (Motto: “Be Prepared)”

Getting married outdoors? Worried about the weather. These white Topshop wellies will keep your feet dry, if not exactly stylish…

What do you think?

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The Eagles Have Landed on these shoes!

Simply way too much fur…