When it comes to wedding shoes, 2013 is definitely the year of innovation, originality and variety. Whether you wear high heels or flats or even Uggs, you’ll be in style for sure. This year, wedding fashion will be designed to complement your feet but also to enable you to dance until dawn. Don’t get me wrong, high heels are still in style in 2013, but the variety of wedding shoes is much wider, suiting a larger palette of fashion styles.\
Let’s take a look at the biggest trends for wedding shoes in 2013. Badgley Mischka, Oscar de la Renta and Christian Louboutin have some of the most interesting designs this year.
Louboutin wedding shoes
Christian Louboutin has designed a new collection for 2013. As you might have already guessed, the wedding shoes come with his classic red bottom obviously, but also have an elegant and stylish touch. If you like the red-white/silver combination you can choose a low heel or a high heel for your bridal Louboutins. This could be you “something red”.
Ugg for your 2013 wedding
The Australian brand went to a whole new level for the 2013 collection. They might seem a bit too much when you first see them but if you think about it, what could be more comfy than a pair of Uggs? And when they have an elegant touch such as jeweled buttons, shiny sequins or satin they kind of look neat. Our favorite is the “Just married” pair; it’s cozy, feminine and delicate.
Anckle boots for the bold, sandals for the bohemian
Short wedding dresses are in style, so if you go for one, you could accessorize it with a pair of ankle boots made of satin or lace. If you are one of those girls who see their wedding day as a fairytale when the princess finally marries the prince, you’ll definitely want your look to be more bohemian and delicate. Nothing says all of this than a pair of flat sandals. You can choose a pair of white classic sandals or a pair of metallic ones, gold or silver.
Your something colored
If you have a short white wedding dress and you want a spot of color on your outfit, you can go for a high-heeled pair of red, green or turquoise shoes. Also if you have a colored dress you could contrast it with colored shoes.