With more and more brides choosing to bring their own tastes to the styling of their day and moving away from the pressure of having a ‘traditional’ wedding it’s been great to see brides embracing a bit of colour, pattern, and general quirkiness when it comes to their wedding shoes. So I thought I’d do a bit of styling inspiration post for any brides to be out there that are looking for shoes with a bit of quirk! I’ll be looking at a few of my own personal favourite brands and what options there are out there for the non-traditional bride.
A firm favourite amongst offbeat brides and with good reason! If you’re like bride Lucy in my header image and an Irregular Choice fan you may want to consider their wonderfully fun, colourful, quirky designs for your big day. I’ve seen lots of brides opt for Irregular Choice and with such a wide variety of styles and heel heights it’s easy to see why as they really can cater for everyone. Known for their limited edition character heels in the form of animals, famous characters, and mini brides and grooms, along with those beautiful perspex coloured gradient heels on their designs such as Hello Ha and Mutiny, they really stand out from the crowd in terms of options out there for brides to be.
Nick of Time, Mutiny, Hearts on the Line. Bottom l-r Concha Beach, I know, I do
Catering specifically for ladies looking for vintage styled footwear, Miss L Fire create glamorous limited edition designs for brides wanting to feel like a real vintage starlet on their big day. I love Miss L Fire for how classic their designs are. As seen in the designs on the top row below their designs really encompass the stunning vintage styles of the mid 20th century. I just love the lucite heels and those artificial berries! They also do a range of both heeled and flat designs and similarly to Irregular Choice aren’t averse to a bit of glitter!
Top l-r Rockerfella, Cinderella, Lanai. Bottom l-r Annie, Cocktail, Baby Jane
You may also want to check out US brand b.a.i.t footwear for similarly pretty wedding shoes with a vintage twist in a variety of colours.
l-r Lilly, Ida, Penelope, and Brook
I think my personal favourites of the bunch are potentially the Rockerfellas by Miss L Fire, how about you?
I hope that’s given anyone looking for something a bit different for their wedding day a bit of inspiration. If you have any other recommendations of quirky wedding shoes for fellow brides to be do leave a comment!
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