5 Nude Sandals for Your Wedding Day

Jewelry & Accessories
Nude Wedding Shoes

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There comes a time in every bride's stylish journey to her wedding day when the sea of white becomes blinding. If this sounds like you, consider cleansing your palette with a flash of nude sandals. Neutrals are a great option as they complement and highlight all shades of wedding dresses and are sandals you can easily wear again post-wedding. Read on for a few styles that command attention:

1. A touch of pink makes these nude patent mules flattering on all skin tones. Bonus: They are easy to slide on–and–off as you enter and exit the dance floor. "Chablis" Heeled Mule Sandals, $136, Ted Baker

2. If your feet tend to swell and pinch in super strappy styles, chose a simple double strap style like these for maximum comfort. "Monia" Leather Sandals with Crystals, $675, Givenchy available at Net-a-Porter

3. Add a mod flair to your pre-wedding parties with these leather bow-tie sandals. Pair them with a curve-hugging mermaid skirt and classic red nails for a Parisian chic touch. Leather Bow-Tie "d'Orsay" Sandal, $595, Alexandre Birman available at Neiman Marcus

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4. The vintage–inspired heel you have been searching for: The deco buckle fits right in with your throwback theme and is classically paired with any style of dress. Even better, it comes in two shades of nude, dusty and champagne (shown here) so you can pick which pairs best with your skin tone. Jewel–Buckle "Dribbin" Sandals, $775, Manolo Blahnik available at Barneys

5. A mesh patent leather sandal gets ab update when Swarovski crystals kiss the t-strap silhouette. The neutral color and transparent strap also gives you legs for days. "Patinana" Sandals, $1,195, Christian Louboutin

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