White wedding shoes that still scream OMG!

Updated Oct 31 2019
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Vivienne Westwood - Anglomania+ Wing (White) - Footwear
Do you see that these shoes have WINGS?
So yes, I normally go for the very loud, very colorful shoes.

But then I realized, Hey, wait a minute. I bet if I go hunting I can find some bad-ass white wedding shoes. And I was right: there are some white shoes that can still pack a major punch. White shoes can be daring, white shoes can be loud, white shoes can make you say FUCK YEAH BRIDAL SHOES.

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Vivienne Westwood - Anglomania + Melissa Lady Dragon IV (Pearl) - Footwear

Walking Cradles - Bell (White Leather) - Footwear

Chinese Laundry - Haven (White) - Footwear

Marc by Marc Jacobs - 606105 (White) - Footwear

Nina - Hilaria (White Satin) - Footwear

adidas Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto - Mei Ballerina (White/Vibe/Turquoise) - Footwear

Kate Spade - Naomi (Cream/Black Polka Dot) - Footwear

Vivienne Westwood - Anglomania+ Wing (White) - Footwear

Report - Bowie (Stone) - Footwear

Betsey Johnson - Amorita (White Snake) - Footwear

Blowfish - Hobbit (White) - Footwear

Born - Lustre (Off White Linen Print Combo) - Footwear

adidas Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto - Tabi Sandal (White/Graphic) - Footwear

Badgley Mischka - Randee (Gold Satin) - Footwear

Ed Hardy - Robertson (White) - Footwear

Dr. Martens - 1460 Stella (White/Electric Blue Stars) - Footwear

Boutique 9 - Vella (White) - Footwear

Ros Hommerson - Maple (Zebra Calf Hair) - Footwear

Badgley Mischka - Xolani (White Satin) - Footwear

J. Renee - Adena (White) - Footwear

Ed Hardy - Casablanca (White Multi) - Footwear

  1. Those winged sandals are awesome! Also love the Chinese Laundry booties. I'm a sucker for these shoe posts!

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