The bridal shoe is a tricky thing to get right: it needs to be comfortable without looking plain, beautiful without being too sexy, and practical without looking practical at all. Perhaps that is why brides spend so long looking for the perfect bridal shoe. Perhaps that is why there are an awful lot of, well, awful bridal shoes on the market.
It’s a lucrative area, though, and the big name designers and labels have always been keen for a slice of it. Jimmy Choo even has its own dedicated bridal salons in stores in London, Milan and Beverly Hills. In introducing its 2012 bridal collection, the label says that some of its most popular bridal styles increasingly reference the red carpet for inspiration, and cites the Macy sandal (above) and Vita platform (below) as proof.
The Jimmy Choo bridal collection 2012 can be viewed at the Jimmy Choo website.