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The best designer wedding shoes for 2024 brides – shop now | HELLO! – HELLO!

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Whether you’re a bride-to-be or a hopeless romantic, thoughts about your wedding day are naturally filled with mood boards of your dream dress (or plural) .

And understandably so, as people will have all eyes on you throughout the entire day – a vision that might be welcomed for some, daunting for others.

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The shoes to be worn, therefore, may be an afterthought. But whether you’re a footwear fashion aficionado or just somebody who needs a comfy heel, some research needs to be done in order to find the perfect pair to suit you.

Luckily for you, I’ve compiled the best designer pairs for 2024 brides – whether you’re looking for on-trend pieces from SS24 collections, or timeless heels with a twist, here are the shoes you need to know about, from Manolo Blahnik to Bobbies.

How we chose:

  • BrandAs this is a designer round-up, each pair of shoes is from a respected, high-end label recognised and loved by the Hello! Fashion team.
  • Style and bridal-themed: Each pair is either from a label’s SS24 collection or is a timeless shoe that will never go out of style, but they are all wedding-appropriate in hues of white and ivory. I have tried to include a range of styles from ballet flats to mules and stiletto heels, in the hope there is something here to suit a wide variety of tastes.

  • Maera 90

    Malone Souliers

    If I were getting married this year, these would be top of my wishlist. I love the retro peep-toe slingback meets contemporary mesh combination. Plus, I love the freedom that feet have with a peep toe, but sometimes feel my toes are over-exposed, so the addition of this statement satin bow is the perfect distraction.

  • Bobbies shoes

    Manel

    Bobbies

    I will always advocate for Bobbies’ heels because I own a pair myself, and they truly are ridiculously comfortable. I love the 3-inch height of this pair – not painstakingly high yet not a kitten heel, either. The pleat-style pattern gives the classic court shoe a luxurious feel.

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    Hangisiflat

    Manolo Blahnik

    If Kate Moss chose to say ‘I do’ in MBs, who are we to say no? Arguably, there is no other flat shoe more perfect for a wedding day than a pair of Hangisi ballerinas. My favourite part of this particular pair is the blue crystal buckle instead of the usual silver – your ‘something new’ and ‘something blue’ all in one.

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    Blade Vanity Pump

    Casadei

    Lovers of the mesh trend, this one’s for you. Sheer shoes have proven they’re here to stay for SS24, and these heels are perfect for incorporating the trend on your wedding day. The classic court silhouette and contemporary mesh with glitter polka dots provide the perfect balance of timeless and modern.

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    Jane 85 Mules

    Christian Louboutin

    Louboutin has given its ‘Jane’ collection a sandal-esque makeover for SS24. I think this statement block-heel pair would be perfect with a short dress either at a registry office ceremony or for the wedding after-party.

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    Rali 75

    Jimmy Choo

    No designer bridal shoe round-up would be complete without a pair of Jimmy Choos, but I’ve gone off-piste and chosen a pair that is not the Bing 100s. These new season mules scream destination wedding vibes – I love the natural colour complete with a statement bow, giving a slightly more relaxed and understated feel than the label’s typical wedding shoes.

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    Knot Leather Heeled Sandals

    Bottega Venetta

    The perfect ‘quiet luxury’ sandals for your wedding day and beyond. Everything about this shoe oozes expensive – the off-white hue, the gold knotted heel and the tracks on the sole of the shoe – a BV signature.

Why you should trust me:

I am Hello! Fashion’s resident digital writer, covering all things fashion and lifestyle. I am a trend obsessive and am committed to keeping up to date – whether it’s the latest celebrity looks or wedding dress collections, influencer street style or pieces to shop this season (lots of which you’ll find me trying out in my monthly try the trend series).

HELLO!’s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items our editors love and approve of. HELLO! may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. To find out more visit our FAQ page.

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