6 Something Blue Wedding Shoes for Unconventional Brides

It takes a daring bride to sport a shoe in a bold hue, and opting to wear something blue beneath your gown ensures you’ll end up with a wearable pair of investment footwear. Our seven something blue shoes – ranging from the light pastel to midnight black – will have every woman inspired to add a bright spark to the wedding look.

Electric Blue

Get your blue suede on with these cobalt heels by our favourite, Jimmy Choo. If you’re a bride who sticks with the classics, you can’t go past a pair that will last beyond your special day.

Behind Blue Eyes

We’re always a sucker for a pair of Gucci heels – the new collection is definitely a celebration of individual style and eclecticism! These light-blue pumps have been crafted from glossy patent-leather and we like how the pointed toe and high heel create the illusion of longer legs!

Love is Blue

Decollete by Christian Louboutin’s shoe collection at David Jones is refined go-to for the busy bride. Whether you’re dashing off to your ceremony or late to the venue, this 85mm pump in source patent leather gives you a polished presence wherever you go!

Blue Velvet

The Kalahari suede sandal by Ginger & Smart is both versatile and beautifully designed. Set on a comfortable block heel, they have straps that delicately frame your ankle and teardrop cutouts. We especially like these for a winter wedding!

Devil with the Blue Dress

Vetements, you’ve done it again. The brand has demonstrated yet again why its approach is so fresh – and why its collections are so coveted. Part of a project with iconic shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, these bright-blue satin pumps are a rework of the famous ‘Hangisi’ style and are printed with Blahnik’s signature in black.

Tangled Up in Blue

Where would we be without ribbon heels? These Suede goatskin shoes in ‘ultramarine’ navy are super chic with detachable self-tie strap at the ankle – making it a perfect addition to your wedding ensemble.

Images via Net-a-porter

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