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Royal Wedding Shoes: Finding the Right Pair of Ladies’ Dress Shoes

30th March 2018

Royal Wedding Shoes: Finding the Right Pair of Ladies’ Dress Shoes

Royal Wedding Shoes

It’s the hottest ticket in town, and unless you’re the Obamas or Elton John, you might not have received your invite yet to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on 19th May of this year.

But if your die-stamped royal invitation by artisan printer, Barnard and Westwood has just been held up in the mail, you’d better start thinking about what shoes you’re going to wear. We know that Kate Middleton opted for Alexander McQueen for her own wedding heels, but there has been no speculation or press release regarding Meghan Markle’s shoes. Perhaps Prince Harry will take inspiration from his godfather, the aforementioned Elton John who we were privileged to make a purple pair of bespoke velvet slippers for, for his own wedding.

That being said, even if you’ll only be witnessing the royal wedding from your telly, May marks the start of wedding season, and no doubt invites from your own friends and family will start flooding through the door. Searches for “ladies dress shoes” often yield quite formal results, and “ladies wedding shoes” will possibly assume you’re the bride, so we’ve saved you the effort and handpicked a few styles for a range of outfits.

Peter Kaiser Wedding Shoes

The Peter Kaiser Peep Toe Sevilia

Peter Kaiser Wedding Shoes

The Peter Kaiser Marie

Peter Kaiser shoes are a failsafe brand when it comes to wedding shoes for guests, and the Peter Kaiser Sevilia in powder pink (£135) is a peep-toe court shoe that world work well with a spectrum of spring / summer colour outfits. Their Peter Kaiser Marie (£135) is a nude court shoe with more of a block heel to stop you sinking into the wedding venue’s green!

Comfortable wedding shoes?

Comfortable wedding shoes are the absolute holy grail of ladies’ dress shoes. If that’s what you’re looking for, you may think about a pair of smart pumps like the HB Alize (£130), which will brighten up any formal dress with its mosaic of colours.

If you’re just going for the evening, wedding shoes for the reception can be more daring in colour, and the Brunate Flora (£155) is a perfect example of style and comfort, with its modest kitten heel allowing you to dance the night away without leaving with them in your hands.

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