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After saying “yes” to the dress —or suit, or jumpsuit, or separates—the next step in pulling together your wedding day look is picking your accessories. From earrings to necklaces, to bracelets to shoes, there are a lot of pieces that come together to create your complete ensemble. And if you’re debating on what to pick, one of our favorite ways to add some shine to a bride’s wedding style is with silver wedding shoes.
No matter what the rest of your wedding color palette entails, silver is typically a favorite hue, as it often matches an engagement ring and many other accessories. Regardless, it’s an elegant, shiny color and tends to look great with most bridal gowns. Whether you’ve had your heart set on silver wedding shoes for while or you’re just considering the cheery look, we’re always a fan of brides adding some silvery shine to their big day.
Ahead, peruse and shop our favorite silver wedding shoes that’ll wow your guests and showcase your personal style.
Best Subtle Wedge: Journee Collection Connor Wedge Sandal
The padded footbed of this 2.5" covered wedge keeps you comfortable, and with just enough height, you’ll be able to rock these wedges for hours with ease. If you’re not feeling the silver, the style also comes in black, white, gold, and berry.
Designer Favorite: Christian Louboutin Loubi Queen Metallic Patent-leather Sandals
There’s never been a better time to snatch your dream pair of red bottom Louboutins. Considering that Winnie Harlow wore hers to MTV's Video Music Awards, these 100mm stiletto heels will make you feel like a celebrity.
What shoes should I wear to my wedding?
Will silver shoes match my dress?
Are silver wedding shoes expensive?
Depending on the style and designer, the cost can range drastically. Thankfully, there are plenty of options at every price point so rest assured, you can rock silver without causing a hit to your credit score.