With a dizzying amount of wedding shoe styles on the market, finding the perfect pair can be as challenging as finding the right gown. If you’re currently deep into your footwear search, you may want to consider a pair of satin heels for your big day. The finish is supremely elegant and can add a dose of subtle shine below the ankle for brides who don’t want their shoes to be too blingy. From towering platforms to lace-embellished styles, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite satin wedding heels to complement every type of dress and ceremony. Plus, many of these can even be incorporated into your wardrobe long after the ceremony is over.
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1. Badgley Mischka Kiara Pump
These towering peep toe pumps feature a 4.75-inch heel and one-inch platform. They also include a cluster of rhinestones at the heel for a princess-like effect.
Pros: These come in white, ivory and silver, as well as a range of jewel tones for less traditional brides.
Cons: These tend to run tight, so order a half size up.
2. Erijunor Lace Wedding Shoes
Featuring mesh and lace overlays as well as sleek ankle ties, these value-packed heels looks way more expensive than they actually are.
Pros: A satin-wrapped stiletto heel adds a bit of shine. The moderate heel height also makes these shoes easier to walk in.
Cons: These tend to run big.
3. ElegantPark Wedding Pumps
Another wallet-friendly style, ElegantPark’s polished pointed toe pumps feature a sleek satin finish and criss-cross ankle straps for a super versatile look.
Pros: They also include a manageable three inch stiletto heel. In addition to ivory and light pink, these also come in darker colors like cobalt blue and black.
Cons: These may fit wide across the toes.