Top 10 Bridal Shoes
25 Dec 2015
1. Twinkle toes
If glamour is your middle name, twinkly toes will be your winning formula when waltzing down the aisle. These jewel embellished Layla peep toe heels feature mesh inserts and soft cushioning for the first dance.
2. Shimmering leaves
If court shoes are your style staple go glitzy in this pointy pair of leather Jenny Packham heels with shimmering leaf effect.
3. Chunky block heels
Choose a modern and contemporary wedding look with a pair of block heels. If you struggle in stilettos, these sturdy pearl-studded ASOS ‘Heartbroken’ sandals could be the perfect fit. Available to buy in March.
4. Embellished peep toe
A graceful hint to days gone by, retro peep toes are a shoe style here to stay. Try a satin pair such as this Irma design with a medium heel and jewel clusters for added detailing.
5. Brooch detail
An ivory satin court with memory foam technology will mean painful feet are a thing of the past with the Danielle Brooch shoes. A bargain too.
6. Turquoise sheen
Ivory, white or gold not your bag? A pair of stilettos with subtle colour can offset a gown, so try a slight sheen of colour. These of sling-backs with tiered floral trim could top off a retro wedding gown with dreamy ‘50s grace.
Jenny Packham at www.debenhams.com
7. Strappy pewter sandals
Swap your daytime wedding shoes for these dressy evening sandals in a muted pewter shade and dancer design. The ankle strap will help when you’re sweeping across the dance floor.
8. Ivory satin pumps
If your budget can stretch to a pair of Manolo Blahniks make sure it’s these Silky satin crystal pumps. Expensive, but very special.
9. Pointed courts
Drawing inspiration from the graduated glitter effect of the latest Jimmy Choo heels, these Lucie shoes are a more purse-friendly version for brides who need champagne-colour footwear.
Add some dramatic height to a bridal ensemble with a pair of slight platforms. A satin covered jewel studded pair from Phase Eight will set you back £110.