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.
A shiny, woven fabric made of silk or rayon with a smooth, glossy finish and dull backing. Satin is often found on dyeable shoes, bridal shoes, and other formal footwear.