Bridal shoes, also called wedding shoes, are an essential part of the wedding attire worn by brides on their wedding day. The most common styles of bridal shoes are pumps, ankle-strap sandals and slides. They feature uppers made of soft, often dyeable textiles like silk or satin.
About Rounded Toe Shoes:
Round toe shoes are shoes where the toe box has a round shape.
Touch Ups Shirley perfect shoes for wedding and not only
March 04, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from New York, NY
I really liked the shoes - they are perfect for a wedding and just probably for an everyday day stroll if you are into white (I have yet to explore the dying option). They are pretty comfortable. Width is just perfect (I dont have a wide foot). I'm typically wearing 9.5, but I had to exchange for full 10, as 9.5 was a bit tight.
Wears this shoe: wedding
Benjamin Adams London Lamour Perfect bridal shoe
February 03, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from Maryland
I love this shoe. I was looking for a different style of shoe to go with my wedding dress, but fell in love with this one when I found it. The shoe is beautiful. The quality is great. Nothing to complain about.
Wears this shoe: Wedding
Colorful Creations Audrey Pearl
January 31, 2013
Reviewer: Cheryl from Chicago, IL
I love this shoes.
Wears this shoe: Church
Touch Ups Cinderella Cinderellas glass slippers
January 15, 2013
Reviewer: Deb from Connecticut, USA
I have been looking for Cinderella shoes that were authentic looking. These shoes are the perfect comfortable height for people who want to do some walking in them. I plan to wear them with a Cinderella costume and will be walking along with my Prince Charming and little boy prince for Halloween. They are perfectly clear and show off your feet. Make sure to get a pedicure! As others have stated, you can wear them after the event as they would be suitable for any outfit that would look good with any color since they are clear except for the silver footbed and trim up the heel. I chose a size a little larger because I did not want to squish my toes, but it does seem to run "true to size".
Wears this shoe: events
Allure Bridals Proper Bridesmaids beware
December 21, 2012
Reviewer: Gina from Chicago, Il
I bought these for a wedding I will be standing up in March of 2013. I am a true size 7. I heard they run small so I ordered a 7.5 & they still feel tight. I would suggest people order a 1/2-1 size larger then they usually are.
Wears this shoe: For a wedding or in the evening