Bridal shoes are often simple and elegant, as to not overpower an extravagant gown. But some brides want to have more fun with their footwear. Here, FN rounds up shoes from Bridal Fashion Week in New York City that work well for a nontraditional ceremony. (Think over-the-knee boots with floral appliques, lace-up sandals, metallic platforms and more.)
At Galia Lahav, the shoe styles were anything but traditional: Lace-up metallic sandals reigned.
Alon Livne played up the platform trend, showcasing metallic shoes that would add significant height for your big day.
Viktor & Rolf played with ankle-strap details on a round-toe look.
Instead of traditional white, Idan Cohen played with neutral platforms with ankle ties.
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