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The 18 Best Wedding Shoes {From Traditional to Trainers}

Stilettos, wedges, block heels. Metallic, velvety, bejewelled. Frilly, fluffy, feathered. The possibilities when it comes to what to wear on your feet for that all-important walk down the aisle (and almost-as-important sashay onto the dancefloor!) are endless. I’ve rounded up some of the loveliest footwear we’ve ever featured on the blog, and some of the most stunning wedding shoes available on the high street now. Prepare to be inspired.

Traditional Wedding Shoes

If there is one occasion when you’re allowed to splash out on shoes then it’s your wedding day. However if your budget is just never going to stretch to a pair of designer shoes then have a little look at these strappy sandals from Monsoon (a peeptoe take on the Jimmy Choo Lancer), and these LK Bennett courts are a dead ringer for the Louboutin Pigalle 100. And for an in-between-y price point, Charlotte Mills’ collection is downright gorgeous, in particular the Frankie flats.

Colourful Wedding Shoes

Who says you have to stick with tradition? After all, it is #yourdayyourway. If you’re a colourful kinda girl, then why not stick to what you know and go for a colour pop shoe. Boden is brill for chic, vibrant heels, and if you’re after a pair of wedding shoes in a specific hue then Rainbow Club offers a colour-matching service.

Wedding Trainers

If you’ve read any of my posts over on Rock My Style then you’ve probably gathered that I am obsessed with all things Rifle Paper, so I absolutely loved this real wedding where the bride wore Rifle Paper Keds. I couldn’t find these in the UK (*sob*), but I did find a bunch of lustworthy, wedding-perfect Converse and Supergas. Wear them for the whole day, or swap your heels for trainers for the dancefloor, and get your flower girls some mini-me trainers for the ultimate in cute.

And if you’re wondering what to give to your guests for favours, then why not treat them to some personalised Converse?

For more #shoespiration be sure to listen to this week’s podcast which is all about The Accessories, and follow us on Pinterest: we’ve got a whole board dedicated to wedding shoes.

Author: Lisa Soeno
The loves of Lisa’s life are Rich and their kids, Lyra and Jenson. She’s a sucker for a glass of bubbles and a gorgeous frock.

4 thoughts on “The 18 Best Wedding Shoes {From Traditional to Trainers}

  1. I wore Rachel Simpson’s Mimosa heels on my wedding day and they were the comfiest shoes bar none. Honestly, better than being in bare feet! The fact that they are so beautiful is just a bonus. Can I ask my husband for another pair as an anniversary gift, do you think?!

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