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Here comes the bride. The Naturalizer Wedding Shop offers a curated selection of wedding shoes for brides that offer endless style and comfort. Whether you are shopping for flat wedding shoes, block heel wedding shoes, or platform wedding shoes, you will find a pair of shoes you love.

Our wedding shoes for brides are not only for the walk down the aisle. Explore elegant styles for the bridal shower, sparkly heels for the bachelorette party, pretty pumps for the rehearsal dinner, dance-all-night wedding heels for the reception, and espadrille wedges for the honeymoon. As every shoe is infused with premium Contour+ comfort features, you can enjoy each step on your wedding journey with comfort and confidence. Our inclusive sizes range from 5M to 12W. Find the best wedding shoes at Naturalizer.


Should brides wear white shoes?

While traditionally brides have worn white shoes to match their white wedding gown, this is by no means a hard rule. White or ivory shoes can offer a classic, timeless look. However, you might also consider other colors like nude, silver, or gold. The color of your bridal shoes should ultimately reflect your personal style and what makes you feel best on your special day. 


Which bridal shoe styles are most popular?

The most popular styles of bridal shoes are usually pumps or heeled sandals. Their elegant silhouette compliments nearly any dress. However, many brides opt for sneakers or flats for a more laid-back look.  As a bride, you should choose the shoe style that fits the aesthetic you’re going for and what you feel most comfortable in. 



What materials are commonly used for bridal shoes?

Bridal shoes can be made from a variety of materials, some of the most popular being leather, silk, metallic fabric, and lace. Leather is commonly used for more structured shoes like pumps or slingbacks and can mold to the shape of your foot. Silk provides an elegant, glossy finish, which beautifully complements many wedding dress fabrics. Some brides opt for glitter-covered or metallic fabric for a more glamorous, party-ready look. If your dress has lace details, lace shoes can provide a cohesive look. It can also be overlaid on another material, like satin or silk, for added texture and detail. Each material gives a different look, so you have many options to pair with your wedding dress.