When Clare and I met for an afternoon of shopping and banoffee pie on Saturday, our primary aim was to find her and the bump a couple of gorgeous maxi dresses. Then there was also much catching up and gossiping to be done-the world of wedding blogs is never boring! We managed to spend a large portion of the day drooling over massively inappropriate shoes that neither of us would have any use for but ‘oh-my-giddy-aunt-someone-has-to-wear-these. And so our thoughts went straight to wedding shoes. Of course!
The Bridal Brigade
Because there will absolutely always be brides in the market for an ivory shoe and they can absolutely be stunning and breath-taking without detracting from the most beautiful of dresses.
Bridal with a kick
On first glance, they’re demure and oh-so-elegant and the neutral shades are absolutely bride-friendly. They’re just a little rock’n'roll and I think they’re AWESOME. As Anna said, ‘Is it weird that I want to wear the Sugar Hiccup’s on my hands?’
A Splash of Colour
I am quite the fan of a pink shoe, as you may be aware! When trying to find the *perfect* shoes to go with my calf-length dress I purchased pairs very like the ‘Prince’ and ‘Rennes’ and they both remained in my possession up to the very last day of their returns policies, I loved them so very much. They weren’t perfect for our wedding, but I can’t help thinking these 2011 versions might be perfect for my wardrobe in general!
Fast becoming the way in which a tradition-loving bride satisfies her ‘something blue’ requirement, there are an abundance of blue beauties on the market right now.The wellies? Well, given the weather we’ve been enjoying recently, it’d be silly to assume that only winter brides need their colour-coordinated Hunters!