Eight bridal shoe designs to complete your outfit
08 Apr 2016
Sometimes your chosen wedding shoes can take just as much thought as the all-important dress. Milly J Shoes Ltd has compiled a selection of the brand's favourite footwear that features something for everyone
Striking the perfect balance between a statement shoe that lets your dress do all the talking can prove a stressful to-do. Here are eight styles of shoe, handpicked by footwear designer Milly J Shoes Ltd to offer ideas and inspiration that allow you to put your best foot forward.
1. The Amelia Shoe – Rachel Simpson, £175
The one with the cut outs. A simple shoe with the beauty of hand cut soft leather. These vintage inspired wedding shoes feature in duck egg blue with scalloped edges and the detail of a ribbon tie, to ensure that your quirky style shines through in your bridal attire.
The one with the animals. The pussycat design has become synonymous with Charlotte Olympia. Kitty 110 is a stunning bridal pump in satin with subtle cat faces embroidered onto the toes. A four-inch heel offers a generous elevation and the perfect amount of leg elongation.
The one with the wings. The collaboration between Vivienne Westwood and Melissa has been very popular. Using the signature Melissa shoe and transforming it into her own style, Vivienne Westwood has created a piece of popular art. A sparkly finish on the quirky wings allows a glimpse of glamour that will make any bride feel like a superstar.
4. The Vivien 85 Shoe – Jimmy Choo, £650
The one with the feathers. A beautiful ivory satin strappy heel that would look just as good on the red carpet of your special day. The detailing of the feathering and bows across the strap is incredibly demure, exuding sophistication and a touch of sass.
5. The Lead the Show Shoe – ASOS, £28
The one with the embellishment. For the bride who is on a budget, these floral flats give you more for your money. Embellished with acrylic flowers upon metallic silver, these pumps are a true statement piece to your bridal attire. The perfect complement to your dancing outfit later in the evening.
The one with the colour pop. If you’re having a vintage themed wedding, this shoe with its pointy toe will bring an air of elegance and chic sophistication. Swirling floral hues make these court shoes a spring/summer wedding must have.
The one with ‘something blue’. With a very modern block heel for essential stability, this playful shoe will have you skipping down the aisle. Complete with a blue suede heart depicting 'Happily Ever After', this practical pair add that bit of blue to the bridal tradition. The shoes even feature etching on the soles which reads: 'Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe'.
8. The Aisle Max Shoe – Milly J Shoes, £360
The one with the comfort. With half of UK brides late to the church, Milly J Shoes, the 2015 Footwear Designer of the Year (awarded by Clarks and the BFA),created this shoe originally as a commission for UKTV's show Get Me to the Church. Veiled on the heels and great for the bride who wants to stay grounded on her special day, the shoes display Swarovski crystals, a laced body, satin laces and silver bridal charms. Made bespoke for every bridal customer, the design offers a special, handmade quality.