Black sparkling shoes for your noire wedding

Updated Oct 31 2019
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Baby Beauty - BlackMy shoe posts almost always focus on shoes that are either A) loud, like I wear 'em or B) pale, like the majority of brides wear 'em. I almost never include shoes that are brown or black because sometimes they can feel too "daily wear" and not WEDDING-Y enough. I guess if I'mma go non-traditional, I opt toward my own candy-colored tastes, instead of the shoes that are just like my heart: black and sparkling.

So today, in honor of all brides goth, noire, and just a little bit dark-hearted, I'm going to focus on the glittery black pumps and flats. Oh, and can you find the one pair of shoes that cost HALF my wedding budget? *SHRIEK!*

Steve Madden - I-Dreemy (Black Multi) - Footwear
Kate Spade New York - Sawyer (Black Sequins/Black Satin) - Footwear
Juicy Couture - Brighton (AB Black Chunky Glitter) - Footwear
Badgley Mischka - Maddy (Black Metallic) - Footwear
Ivanka Trump - Apryls (Black Suede/Natural Snake) - Footwear
Ted Baker - Keanah 2 (Black Glitter) - Footwear
J. Renee - Fable (Black) - Footwear
Badgley Mischka - Regine (Navy) - Footwear
Luichiny - Last Chance (Black) - Footwear
Steve Madden - Playy-R (Black Satin) - Footwear
Nina - Faith (Black) - Footwear
Not Rated - Rebel (Black) - Footwear
Romantic Soles - Dasha (Black) - Footwear
Steve Madden - Jazie (Black Glitter) - Footwear
Steve Madden - Operaa (Black Multi) - Footwear
Rocket Dog - Morrison (Black Sparkle Pu) - Footwear
Big Buddha - Bold (Black Glitter) - Footwear
Giuseppe Zanotti - I27034 (Black) - Footwear
Jessica Simpson - Mikia (Black Kid Suede) - Footwear
Madden Girl - Hoolah (Black Fabric) - Footwear
Alexander McQueen - 301254WANU1 1000 (Black) - Footwear
Me Too - Nevada 13 (Black Sequin) - Footwear
J. Renee - Dayna (Black Glimmer Fabric) - Footwear
Sam Edelman - Beatrix (Black Glitter) - Footwear

Random bonus shoe!

Pros and Contrast Heel

  1. I am in LOVE with that random bonus shoe! I wore black shoes with my ivory dress for my wedding b/c I had such a hard time finding shoes that were comfortable and fit. Ended up that my shoes just pretty much faded into the background – they do not draw the eye in pictures – and I've worn them A LOT since the wedding. Yeay for black wedding shoes!

  2. +1 love the bonus shoe

    I was looking for the expensive one in the tall shoes & it looks like the smallest, most unassuming, is the most expensive instead. $545 flats?! Holy what!

    • No but they do get basic cable.
      I have mixed feelings about Zanottis. On one hand, I think they should be commended for having a new and distinctive silhouette. On the other hand… is it so new? Cows and horses have been sporting this style for eons.

  3. I think I guessed the expensive shoe with my first click–the Giuseppe Zanottis? Or as I am calling them, sparkly space boots? That's… impossible. But if someone buys them, I want pics!

      • I just keep thinking, would somebody *actually* wear these? I see those things and I just think I could use them to kill a spider without having to haul out the vacuum, but as a girl who spent $80 on wedding heels (4 times the price of the shoes I wear daily), I just can't even conceive of dropping several thousand bucks on uncomfortable space boots!

  4. Thank you for this roundup! I will wear a black and white dress and I will totally rock black shoes (with a hint of white) which I'll gladly wear again and again once the day's over.

  5. I'm wearing black shoes to my wedding… I love these! I'm wearing a pair of black velvet 13cm heels with antique brooches on the peeptoe 🙂

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