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There are many exciting moments between getting engaged and walking down the aisle and you need shoes for every occasion! Whether it’s a themed wedding, your bachelorette party or the day of, Chinese Laundry has the shoe for your every occasion.

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Traditional: For more of a classic look try the Willy. The delicate straps lie perfectly over your freshly polished toes and encase the back of your heel while the buckled strap keeps your foot perfectly in place. Standing at 3 ½” you will be able to float down the aisle and dance the night away with ease. Available in an array of colors, you will find a color for every occasion.

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Countryside: As you make your way through an aisle of wildflowers and a backdrop of the rolling hills do so in the Backstreet. This suede, stone-colored boot will look great with your high-low wedding dress in cream. The studded and ringed golden harness adorns the upper allowing it to marry with your gold jewelry. The side zipper allows for easy wear and the wood stacked heel will keep your feet comfortable all night.

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Beach: Feel the sand through your toes with the Vespera. This gold t-strap sandal will look great peeking through your silk sheath dress. The Vespera’s gold beaded detailing on top of the strap will glimmer in the sun and pick up the gold in your ring. The 1” raised heel will help keep the dress elevated as you say your “I Do’s.”

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Retro: Pin-up your hair and “keep it real” with these towering Mary Jane’s. The Keep it Real will be the perfect match to your tea length wedding gown and circle veil. The 2” platform is the perfect companion to the 5” heel for alluring height and all day wear.   The buckled strap will keep your feet secure as you take your final steps down the aisle. Available in black or a pearl white these shoes will have a special place in your heart and shoedrobe.

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Garden: Play with the colors of the flowers you find as you walk down the aisle with the Whistle. While the Whistle is a classic patent platform pump; the multitude of colors it is offered in will take your look to a different level. Whether you choose the forest green to mimic the ivy that covers the archway or the dark teal to be your something blue, the Whistle will be that pop of color that every dress needs.

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Vintage Inspired: The Baldwin plays with the vintage theme with this satin platform heel.  The knotted detail at the toe and jeweled buckle at the ankle are reminiscent of the styles found in the early 80’s. The perfect heel height and 1” platform make the Baldwin a shoe that will be comfortable for a full day of wedding festivities.

Other wedding festivities:

Bridal shower: For a day full of gifts, games, giggles and girlfriends your feet will need the Mash Up. The blush-colored overlapping straps and zip back heel will keep your foot comfortable and secure while you wear them for a day of celebration. “Mash up” your wardrobe with this every occasion wedge.

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Bachelorette Party: This night is all about you so step out and look “hot hot.” Your LWD (little white dress) demands the sparkle of the Hot Hot, these open-toe pumps. The ¾” platform keeps you dancing the night away, while the 5” heel keeps all eyes on you. Available in light-gold, blush or black; this pump is sure to keep all the attention on you.

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The Day of: Mani’s and pedi’s and hair appointments…oh my! The day of the wedding requires a lot of running around, which in turn calls for a great pair of comfortable sandals. Make every appointment in the Magic Garden. The Magic Garden takes jellies to a new level of sophistication with the delicate flower lying on top of the t-strap. Get them in pearl white for yourself and in blush for your bridesmaids for a morning of pampering.

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Sarah Sarah has been editing the blog at mywedding for four years. She enjoys watching classic movies, spending money on eyeliner that she never wears, and convincing brides to write thank you notes.

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