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Would You Wear These Wedding Shoes?

Would You Wear These Wedding Shoes?

Our top five alternative wedding shoes to slip your feet into something unique.

Fancy something a bit different than your average ivory or white satin court shoe? We have some inspiration for you fashion-forward brides who want to tie the knot wearing something unique.

There are no fashion rules when it comes to your big day. It’s your party so if you want to wear flats, trainers or a statement shoe go ahead! I am all about fashionable comfort so I would be a perfect match with the I Am Florence Lisa Shoe.


ASOS collection own-label have some great shoes for brides on a budget. This pair have a classic ankle-strap fastening and almond toe but what makes them stand out is the transparent block heel. What’s even better is they wouldn’t be put in a box at the back of your wardrobe forever more. They will look stunning no matter the dress code.

Wedding Shoes - ASOS

Dune Gracehill Shoe

The Gracehill shoe showcases glamorous taupe satin with scalloped detailing and frayed edges. The low block heel makes these shoes perfect if you want to be comfortable but still pop your feet into something luxurious.

Wedding Shoes - DUNE

Terry De Havilland Kate Shard Gold/Cork

If you want your shoes to have edge and character look no further than Terry De Hallivand’s range. The metallic studs and gold flecked cork completed with the iconic shard framing makes for a real showstopper shoe.

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I Am Florence – Lisa

Don’t these shoes look perfect to dance the night away in? Light and lacy with a slight pointed toe to elongate the foot. Love them!

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Miss KG Flutter Gold Cut Out Heeled Sandals

Remember that time Carrie Bradshaw first tried to marry Mr. Big in that Vivienne Westwood gown and those statement gold heels? These Kurt Geiger heels are perfect for a glamorous bride who wants to channel her inner Carrie.


By Beth Waldron

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