Christian Louboutin Livrée, £473
These are bridal shoes: there’s absolutely no point in me trying to pretend they’re not. I don’t normally feature bridal shoes for the Friday Fix (not because they’re not beautiful, you understand, but purely because they have a more limited audience than most other styles), but I’m making an exception for these ones. Well, haven’t I been talking for weeks now about how white shoes are the height of fashion at the moment? I have. And OK, this isn’t exactly the kind of white shoe I meant by that, but look: they’re gorgeous. They have that wonderful, asymmetric bow, which Louboutin does so well. If you’re a bride-to-be, and you’re planning on wearing white, they could be a dream come true. And if you’re not? Well, you could try wearing them as regular evening shoes. Maybe with something like this?
Or maybe this?
Um, can you tell I’m a little bit obsessed with Ted Baker dresses right now? And that this was really just an excuse to show you them? I have no more reason to wear one of these dresses than I have to wear a pair of white bridal shoes (and truth be told, I probably wouldn’t wear the two together even if I DID…) but that’s the beauty of the Friday Fix: and of fabulous shoes in general, actually. Like fairytale dresses, they don’t actually have to make sense, or be super-practical: they just have to be beautiful, and I think all of these items manage that quite nicely.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
Wow, somebody is having a princess moment 🙂
You know, I actually dont like white satin with pink sparkly/ethereal dresses, but I could see these with sort of a classic full-skirted pinup sun dress, anything in the black/red/white combo, or even aqua/baby-blue.
Love the shoes. Love both dresses. So much love!