When I was on the hunt for my perfect bridal shoe for our wedding my number one requirement was thus: something blue.
Not just for the tradition (or superstition, depending on how you look at it) but because blue is definitely ‘my color’. Blue wedding shoes being quite stylish & abundant these days, it wasn’t a tough search. In fact, there are so many blue bridal heels, booties, flats & sandals it’s near impossible to choose just one pair!
So of course, I ordered two – because we always need more gorgeous ditties for our shoe closet, right?
Next on my “must-have” wedding shoe requirements was that they needed to be very fashion-forward, comfortable and able to be worn on the beach without sinking into the sand. Eventually, I found these super-cool, patent powder blue Via Spiga heeled sandals made in Italy (RIP Via Spiga). They were so perfect to wear at our beach wedding given their chunky block heel & secure ankle strap. Although let’s be real, I was barefoot by the end of the night (no regrets).
Nearly three years have passed and I’d say blue wedding shoes are even more popular now than they were then – giving all my brides plenty of choice for their ‘Something Blue’ treasures. We’ve narrowed it down to our 20 favorite styles for every budget below. You’ll find comfortable flats & chunky heels, sexy stilettos & classic pumps. Even some radical rock-and-roll bridal boots!
20 Blue Bridal Shoes We Love for Your ‘Something Blue’
Camellia Heels by Loeffler Randall via BHLDN
Leather Sandals by Bottega Veneta via Net-a-Porter
Elvie Pump by Something Bleu via Nordstrom
Blue Suede Pumps by Yulia Nadeeva via Etsy
Intrecciato Quilted Leather Mules by Bottega Veneta via Net-a-Porter
Lucia High Heeled Slides by Marion Parke via ShopBop
Demi Flats by Malone Souliers via ShopBop
Hangsisi 105 Embellished Satin Pumps by Manolo Blahnik via Net-a-Porter
Devon Leather Mules by The Attico via Net-a-Porter
Blue Wedding Flats by Yulia Nadeeva via Etsy
Thistle Cowboy Boots by Dingo via BHLDN
Erol Knotted Cotton Sandals by Isabel Marant via Net-a-Porter