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Couture Bridal Shoes 2011 Trends

By September 3, 2011April 10th, 2012No Comments

Couture Bridal ShoesCouture bridal shoes are a perfect match to any wedding dress. They also are a perfect match to any bride with custom designs to accommodate the need for wide width wedding shoes, or to match your dress or your bridesmaids’ dresses. “Sex in the City” lead Carrie Bradshaw popularized Manolo Blahnik wedding shoes by wearing them in blue. The blue wedding shoe craze in is full swing, but with couture bridal shoes, trending is expanding to other colors. Dyeable bridal shoes allow you to match your bridesmaid’s dress colors. If your dress is white, any color couture bridal shoes will match and stand out to show your personality. If you want to match your bridesmaids, but do not want the shoe to contrast with your dress, a floor length gown will hide the fun splash of color for most of the day.

Vera Wang has ventured into the word of wedding shoes and why shouldn’t she? Vera Wang wedding dresses are the dream of many brides, and Vera Wang wedding shoes do not fall far behind. If you are considering the 2011 couture bridal shoes trends, take a look at the Vera Wang collection. If Ms. Wang’s designs are not in your wedding budget, there are many companies who make couture shoes for weddings at affordable prices. The biggest problem is deciding what matches your dress and personality (and comfort level after standing all day) at the same time.

Even though color is a hot trend with couture bridal shoes, you may want to stick with the traditional white. The crystal brooch seen on the Manola Blahnik worn by Sarah Jessica Parker can also be found in white satin pumps to match your white wedding gown. You can also design your shoe from scratch, adding your own flair to the word of couture female footwear with a custom made look . Wedding wedges are gaining leverage in 2011, especially with outdoor weddings. You can find designer labels for wedding wedges and add some flair for a personal touch.

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