You guys, get ready to forget everything you thought about wedding flats because these pointed toe bridal shoes are the ultimate when it comes to a modern glass slipper. It’s our Shoe of the Week pick and it comes from Bella Belle! Find out why we’re loving these wedding flats…
Pointed Toe Bridal Shoes / Flats
If I had to pick one pair of pointed toe bridal shoes worth going nuts over, it’s these pretties from Bella Belle We shared a shoe from them last week and you guys went nuts on IG, so here’s another to love!
Here’s five reasons why these pointed toe bridal shoes are the ultimate.
1. These bridal shoes have a pointed toe.
A pair of pointed toe bridal shoes are trending right now, so these stylishly fit right in.
2. These shoes are a flat design, which means no heel.
These flats are ideal for brides who want comfort, whether all day long or just for dancing during the reception. If you don’t want to add too much height to your look, flats are a great option. Bridal flats are also so much easier for walking down the aisle if you’re not very good at walking in heels.
3. These bridal shoes feature an illusion silhouette.
A silky, soft mesh upper gives you an illusion see-through silhouette (also on-trend right now) and offers hand-beading with milky teardrop crystals in a swirling vine pattern.
4. These pointed bridal shoes won’t make you look frumpy.
We’ve come across many pairs of wedding flats that look promising, but instead make the bride look frumpy. Or even worse — they aren’t comfortable when you’re wearing them. Yikes. Instead, these pointed toe bridal shoes are sophisticated and instead will provide comfort and effortless style. (For more shoe tips, see: 7 Wedding Shoe Mistakes to Avoid.)
5. These flats feature a “something blue” leather lining.
Need more reasons why? Just look at them!
They’re gorgeous. I want a pair just because.
Buy your pointed toe bridal flats here.
Want a pair of your very own? Me too. You can buy your pointed toe bridal flats here from Bella Belle. Be sure to check out their entire collection — it’s seriously swoon-worthy, and I don’t say that about shoes very often.