For a bride, what her wedding dress will look like sometimes has been pretty much planned since puberty, but not many people think about what bridal shoes to wear with it. And far too often, nude and white shoes scream geriatric or Prom Queen—neither of which are good looks for the big day. A wedding shoe should be in a classic shape with modern flair, the perfect equation for shoe brand Loeffler Randall to tackle. Launching in spring, Loeffler Randall's bridal collection will include stilettos, peep-toe pumps, and sandals in a beautiful array of satins, meshes, leathers, and snakeskin that are beautiful enough to wear long after you say "I do." They'll be sold at select Nordstrom stores and on loefflerrandall.com for $295 to $625.
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