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2013 Wedding Shoe Trend: Embellishments

For the bride that’s a bit on the bold side, fashionable embellishments are a must-have for her wedding day style. From lace to bling, bows and other accents that wow, we have a great selection of bridal shoes with beautiful embellishments to fit every daring bride’s unique sense of style!

Embellished Wedding Shoes 

Nina Women’s Besiana Sandal

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If a little bit of bling is your thing, you can’t go wrong with this sleek slingback. With soft satin and perfectly placed jewel accents, you’ll be the belle of the bridal ball on your special day!

Coloriffics Women’s Star Pump

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Want to wear a shoe with embellishments, but don’t want to go overboard? Check out this gorgeous pump from Coloriffics! How glam is that bow vamp accent? And you get a touch of bling with a center rhinestone accent as well. It’s the perfect combo of understated and fashion-forward. Love it!

Coloriffics Women’s Coco Pump

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You can’t go wrong with a classic peep toe pump. Add all-over rosette vamp accents, and you’ve hit a wedding style home run! 

Chinese Laundry Women’s Hopeful Pump

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I LOVE lace! And this all-over lace and satin pump is one of my top picks of the season! What a great pump to accent a vintage-style dress!

J. Renee Women’s Regina Sandal

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Something about this slingback makes me think of Hollywood-themed weddings, and I think it’s gorgeous! If your wedding is full of glitz and glam, this metallic jewel-accented sandal is your pick! It’s definitely fit for the bride that truly wants to be the star on her wedding day. Oh! And did I mention it’s on sale?! 🙂

Nina Women’s Bryyce Sandal

How fabulous is this sandal?! If you don’t like to wear a ton of jewelry, and want to keep the accessories to a minimum on your wedding day, go for this beautifully embellished sandal – it’s so glam, no other accessories will be needed!

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