By Jamie Rivera Published 08/15/2017 16:55:00 | Views: 351
Are These the Most Popular Bridal Shoes?

Here at Project Wedding, we look at a lot (and I do mean a lot) of real life weddings from brides just like you. And as the resident fashion writer, I've always got my eyes peeled for pretty dresses, jewelry, and, you guessed it, shoes. Just like in everyday life, footwear can make or break a bridal ensemble. Heels can be the quirky reveal of a bride's true personality, or they can be the classic capstone to an already timeless look. Either way, these are the four styles we find brides turn to time and time again.

Will you opt for one of these popular styles or completely buck the trends? Let me know in the comments! 

1. Valentino Couture Bow Peep Toes

Photos by Nyk + Cali Photography and Amelia Lyon 

These playful platform pumps are equal parts high fashion and flirty. The bow is an extra-feminine touch, and it offsets the fierceness of the 5" (!) heel. Looking for a version you'll feel more comfortable wearing in everyday life? Check out the patent leather style at Nordstrom

2. Badgley Mischka Randall D'Orsay Pump 

Photo by Nancy Aidee Photography and onelove Photography 

The layered fabric flower on this classic pump is super romantic no matter which color you go for.  Choose between eleven shades over on Amazon

3. Jimmy Choo Crown Pump 

Photos by Ben Q. Photography and Abby Jiu 

We bet this heel stays popular because of its simple yet glam design. The subtly textured champagne fabric will shimmer on your wedding day and beyond—how great would these be for a New Year's Eve party? Get them at Jimmy Choo

4. Badgley Mischka Salsa Pump 

Photos by lunaphoto and Nadia D. Photography 

Ivory elegance with a tasteful brooch detail—does it get any more classic than this? We see the Badgley Mischka Salsa pump more often than any other heel, and I'm hard-pressed to think of a wedding gown it won't pair beautifully with.


By Jamie Rivera 08/15/2017 16:55:00

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