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My Bridal Fashion Guide to Wedding Shoes

Manolo Blahnik


In the 1970s, when chunky platform shoes and boots were the mainstream footwear styling of the day, Manolo Blahnik turned back his attention to the stiletto heel, which has remained the brand’s mainstay to this day. Manolo Blahnik shoes have rapidly become a symbol of pure classical style for the 21st century. I LOVE these shoes by Manolo Blahnik that Kate Moss wore on her wedding day. They matches so perfectly with the 1920s look she chose. You can read more about 1920s bridal fashion here.

Christian Louboutin


Louboutin helped bring stilettos back into fashion in the 1990s and 2000s, designing dozens of styles with heel heights of 120mm (4.72 inches) and higher. The designer’s professed goal is to “make a woman look sexy, beautiful, to make her legs look as long as [he] can.” While he does offer some lower-heeled styles, Louboutin is generally associated with his dressier evening-wear designs incorporating jeweled straps, bows, feathers, patent leather and other similar decorative touches.

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Monique Lhuillier

Monique Lhuillier has become one of the leading innovative fashion houses. The designs are chic, glamorous and always luxurious with the utmost attention to detail and quality. 

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Emmy is a collection of well designed, beautifully feminine and delicate wedding shoes that reflect up-to-date trends in both weddings and fashion. The collection offers a variety of shape, heel height, material and detail to allow the bride to create a unique, personalised product, with every pair being individually custom made.

Photo by Tobiah Tayo

Badgley Mischka

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Mark Badgley and James Mischka have been hailed by Vogue as one of the “Top 10 American Designers” and darlings of Hollywood. Their designs are constructed from the finest materials and superior craftsmanship.

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Gianmarco Lorenzi

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Gianni Renzi has an innate understanding of shoes and a vision for the future of women’s footwear. Fashion-forward yet elegant, feminine yet provocative, – it is these qualities, combined with Gianni Renzi’s innovative design, which define Gianmarco Lorenzi’s exceptional style.

Ann Taylor

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Jean-Michel Cazabat

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Jean-Michel’s design philosophy has always been inspired by his passion for music, nightlife and spirited women. With the use of colors, flirty silhouettes, whimsical details and exotic skins, the Jean-Michel Cazabat brand creates its own distinctive styles that are fun, fashionable and feminine.


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Lela Rose

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Lela Rose for Payless Collection


Buy it from Dune £110

Enzo Angiolini

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Jimmy Choo

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Jimmy Choo is a British high fashion house specializing in luxury shoes, designer bags, and accessories. Originally founded by J. Choo, a Malaysian-born couture shoe designer.

Photo by Lisa Lefkowitz


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Buy it from Saks Fifth Avenue

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Photo by Jessica Skog

Buy Crystal-embellished suede and satin sandals from Net-a-Porter $525

Buy it from Stylebop

Miu Miu

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Miu Miu is the younger brand from the Prada fashion house, opened in 1993. The name of the collection is taken from Miuccia Prada’s nickname. 

Photo by The Nichols Photography

Kate Spade

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Utility, wit and playful sophistication are the hallmarks of Kate Spade New York.

Photo by Jasmine Star

Calvin Klein

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Flat Shoes

Miu Miu

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Vera Wang

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Photo by Matthew Johnson Studios

Rachel Simpson

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via Love my Dress, Photo by Emma Case

J Crew

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Photo by Tory Williams

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