15 Wedding Shoes Worth The Splurge

For shoe lovers, there’s no better time to splurge on a special pair than for one’s wedding day. Luckily, plenty of designers have created beautiful, intricate pairs that certainly cost a pretty penny.

If you’re looking for some sparkle under your gown, look no further than Jimmy Choo’s bridal offerings. The brand’s crystal-embellished sandals ring in at $3,850 but will no doubt turn heads. Aquazzura, Rene Caovilla and Nicholas Kirkwood also make shimmery pairs.

Jimmy Choo Embellished Sandals
Jimmy Choo crystal-embellished sandals, $3,850.
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Aquazzura Crystal Sandals
Aquazzura crystal-embellished sandals, $1,695.
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Rene Caovilla T-Strap Pumps
Rene Caovilla pumps, $1,450.
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Stuart Weitzman’s beloved classic Nudist sandal is updated for brides in a pretty white pavé crystal. The brand offers a customization option inspired by Stuart Weitzman’s proposal to his wife of 50 years, Jane. Weitzman proposed to Jane with a shoe instead of a ring, and the lining of the shoe read “Made expressly for the future Mrs. Weitzman.” Brides can add their name and wedding date to their own shoe for a special touch.

Stuart Weitzman Pave Crystal Nudist Sandals
Stuart Weitzman Nudist pavé crystal sandals, $2,300.
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Not a fan of jewels or crystals? Christian Louboutin’s white python sandals are a luxe, sparkle-free alternative.

Christian Louboutin White Python Sandals
Christian Louboutin white python sandals, $1,495.
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