Wedding Shoes

Wedding Shoes Style 2011 Ideas

When you shop for wedding shoes to go with your dress, heel and the cost is your primary qualifiers. The problem is there are hundreds of designs to choose from. So even if you, Äôve already narrowed your choices Satin Pumps (or magically glittering high heels) Ladylike, IT, aos handy if, uh, someone do the shopping for you first.

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Mimi Wedding Shoes by Rachel Simpson

This Mimi Rachel Simpson shoes are one of our true favorites. Perfect with a vintage style wedding dress, they are the epitome of timeless chic. The beautiful ivory satin gold details and share them delicious. An excellent choice for the bride and bridesmaids.

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Lola Wedding Shoes

This beautiful Lola by Rachel Simpson bridal shoes are so cute. Perfect for a wine festival, they’re made of ivory organza with leather straps away and can be replaced by a coordinating color scheme. Likely to be kept long after your big day.

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Hettie Wedding Shoes from Rachel Simpson

A nice pair of shoes by Hetty wedding Rachel Simpson. Fashioned in ivory leather, with nice little details, these classic design perfect for a 1920 or 1930 wedding. Apply with a drop waist and satin slinky dress and threw it on a spring shrug for the full effect.

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Subtle Silver Flecks on Lilly Wedding Shoes

Luscious Lilly. This oh-so-feminine wedding shoes from Rachel Simpson really unusual. Made of ivory lace with subtle silver stain and finished with an ivory satin bow, they are just too good to hide and will no doubt receive much attention from your photographer.

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Black and White Dominique Wedding Shoes

Dominique wedding shoes from Rachel Simpson screams drama, drama, drama! Part of the limited edition Noir Collection, this black satin peep-toes are exposed to a beautiful bronze platform and curved black lace panel of experts on a chaste ivory satin for a striking contrast. Finally, are elegant ankle strap with silver buckles diamante decorated jet black lining and killer heel. ...

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