Bridal Shoes Cheap Biography
Etsy is a great source of all things wedding-related, but you may not have considered looking for wedding shoes there. These ones, however, are absolutely gorgeous: the white silk uppers come with detachable handmade flower clips (remove them and you’ll have a simple, stylish pair of white peep toes), and the upper is dyeable, allowing you to get some use out of them after the wedding by changing the colour. Oh, and your “something blue” is covered by that baby-blue sole, too
Here’s another pair of wedding shoes with a “something blue” sole: such a cute touch! I also love the diamanté bow on the toe of these.
This is actually an older style, but I like them so much I couldn’t resist including them: especially now that they’re reduced to £30 on OverStock.com! These have a platform sole to balance out that high heel, and a flower embellishment on the toe.
If you don’t like wearing high heels, or find them difficult to walk in, your wedding day is not the time to try to change that. Weddings are tough on the feet: you’ll be doing a lot of standing, sitting, dancing and, of course, walking down the aisle, and the last thing you want to do is spend your wedding day in agony: or to trip on your way down the aisle! Lucky there are plenty of flat or low-heeled options for brides too: I love these white satin flats, which have a pretty brooch embellishment on the front, and a peep toe to show off your manicure.
I’m a big fan of Menbur, and own a couple of their non-bridal styles, so I can confirm that they’re as lovely in real life as they look in the photos, and they’re also very well made. This ‘Clarissa’ peep toe comvines a simple shape with a shiny upper and sweet, satin bow.
I featured these shoes a couple of weeks ago, but they’re so beautiful I think they deserve to appear in this roundup, too. One of my favourite bridal shoes of the year, for sure!
Badgley Mischka is another great brand for wedding shoes: the prices are towards the higher end of the “budget” range, but the shoes are truly gorgeous: just look at the curved sides on these ones!
If you’re looking for a simple shoe with a relatively low heel, these ‘Victoriana’ pumps from Monsoon could be a good budget buy.