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Sole Mates

Put your most fashionable foot forward when walking down the aisle.

Tabitha Simmons’ Chandelier Crystal Sandals will beautifully complement any classic wedding gown. $2,195 at Neiman Marcus, The Mall at Millenia.

Tabitha Simmons’ Chandelier Crystal Sandals will beautifully complement any classic wedding gown. $2,195 at Neiman Marcus, The Mall at Millenia.

The “something old, something new” tradition should include another line about a fabulous shoe—perfect pumps are an essential part of a bride’s ensemble. Best of all, unlike your once-in-a-lifetime gown, these gorgeous shoes can be worn again.

Jimmy Choo’s pretty Fianna Glitter & Lace Mules add a note of traditional bridal femininity. $695 at Saks Fifth Avenue, The Florida Mall.
All that glitters is gold with Michael Kors’ Yvonne High Heel. $165 at Bloomingdale’s, The Mall at Millenia.
The Manolo Blahnik Swan Embellished Satin Pump glitters with a crystal beaded vine appliqué perfect for bold brides. $1,295 at Saks Fifth Avenue, The Florida Mall.
A sophisticated modern platform and silver sparkles deliver big day impact to these Prada Textured Metallic Glitter Wedges. $790 at Neiman Marcus, The Mall at Millenia.
The Naked Rockstud Slingback by Valentino captures current gladiator and translucent shoe trends. $1,295 at Neiman Marcus, The Mall at Millenia.

 


Derek Smith of Sunshine Photographics

Shoes with Secrets

Looking to add a personal touch to your perfect wedding heels? A popular trend to consider is writing or applying a sweet saying on the sole. From “I do” and “Me too,” to “Ever” and “After,” there are tons of clever phrases to add to your big day outfit that will make it complete from head to toe.

Writing something on the bottom of the bride’s shoe was originally a Greek tradition reserved for the bridesmaids. The bride would write the names of all the unmarried and eligible bridesmaids on the sole of her own shoe, and whoever’s name was the last to be rubbed off was believed to be the next to get married. Though some brides still include their girlfriends in this big day custom, most have helped the trend evolve into something to share with their soon-to-be hubby.

If you’re looking for something romantic, “Mr.” and “Mrs.” might be the most fitting. If you’d like something fun, “I do” and “Help me,” as seen on the right, adds a touch of humor. Many couples opt for their initials and the date to serve as a reminder of the day. No matter what you choose, the words are truly from your heart and sole. 
—Alexis Senior

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