Whether you’re planning a black tie or a beach wedding, your wedding shoes don’t have to be sky high. Flat bridal shoes can be just as chic as a stiletto, and they’re much more comfortable for a full day of celebrations. After spending a year indoors wearing slippers, sneakers, or no shoes at all, it’s wise to skip the high heels if you’d rather dance the night away without worrying about sore feet. We select the best bridal apartments on the market in advance.
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The most classic bridal shoe (thanks to the engagement heel suggested by Mr. Big Carrie) also comes in an apartment and is equally ladylike and sophisticated. Wear it with looks that would otherwise have pointed toe pumps or tea lengths that evoke the mood of a modern Audrey Hepburn.
Upgrade your homes with options that have built-in embellishments, such as: B. these crystal anklets.
Get the allure of a sexy strappy sandal or an ankle wrap pump – without the height.
For rehearsal dinners and brunches that don’t require any formalities but need to feel a little more elegant, opt for a simple foil with a bit of sheen.
If you’re not used to wearing heels, or if you’re walking on uneven terrain like a sandy beach, go for something awesome – like this crystal-adorned, barely-there sandal.
Emilio Pucci x Tomo Koizumi
Homes don’t have to be dropped – sometimes it’s best to choose one that makes a statement. These ruffled ruffles of ruffled tulle go with a mini dress that is just as confectionery-like as them, or add a holiday vibe to a look. If you just love them but can’t find a place for them in your wedding wardrobe, pick them up for your honeymoon instead.
For summer weddings, choose delicate options that do not look down on the floor and that match your fashion choices. These simple strappy sandals are dainty and ensure that the look stays light and airy.
A satin slide feels fresh when done in a light blue shade. Combine these with looks outside of the dress, like a look for a rehearsal dinner, a brunch dress, or a simple option for the after party.
The most formal (yet primitive) apartment is undoubtedly the pointed ballerina. Choose one in an equally bridal-colored manufacture that matches the textures in your wedding dress – such as lace, embroidery, pearls, or brocade.
Opt for a flat jacquard film for extra size and a little glamor for fashion girls without feeling uncomfortable.
Go for a traditional shape with a relaxed vibe – like this ruched option – for a soft and romantic vibe that still feels sophisticated.
When dressing up for tropical climates, beach weddings, and outdoor venues, skip the strappy stilettos and choose a pointy slide with dainty accents, like this chain-adorned woven pair.
A slingback apartment is an elegant alternative to a pump and has a fashionable retro feel to it. Aim for a pointy toe with this silhouette – it’s much more flattering and formal on the foot.
Dress up simple slides for the beach – or any summer wedding dress – with crystal accents and bridal colors.
A chic sandal with ruched straps goes well with midi lengths, shorter silhouettes, and daytime dresses for the events that lead to the aisle.
These are for the bride who loves pearls and dares to make a statement – but isn’t interested in sky-high heels. Combine this with a midi dress with a full skirt for rehearsal dinner, the after party or the aisle.
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For the not so simple bridal traditionist: Tick the last “something” on your list with this crystal-adorned satin slide.
This lace and velvet bow slide is girly and sophisticated at the same time. Consider it an option for your welcome dinner, your next day brunch, or pair it with a donned pajama set to prepare for the pre-ceremony.
Muted gold ballerinas that glitter, sparkle, and shine are made for the bride who doesn’t feel tied to wearing white and plans to wear her wedding shoes over and over again.
A satin sandal with a colorful crystal flower on the toe has the same effect (in combination with a long dress) as a stiletto adorned with brooches.
Calling all sneakerheads: this bridal trainer with monochrome three-dimensional flowers is for you.
For a feminine take on a classic silhouette, a flat mule with a dainty blue floral motif print is suitable as something blue and goes well with floral and ivory looks.
If you are looking for a flat sole, make sure it has some personality. A pointy pair of slides with sparkling embellishments is dramatic and still feels special – without the sky-high heel.
Experience a more modern vibe in a pair of buckled leather loafers. Fittingly, these were inspired by the ancient Greek god of festival and theater.
When it comes to convenience, platforms are always a point of contact. These ornate flat-form leather sandals give you that extra edge and all those extra inches without the attempts of high heels.
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