If you’re walking down the aisle this year or know someone who is, then stop everything immediately because you need to hear this news. John Lewis have launched a customisable wedding shoes collection. They look like designer dupes, but prices start from £85!
The wedding shoes collection is a collaboration with Rainbow Club and launched on February 15th 2020. There are 77 styles in the collection and over 60 can be made in a custom colour. They're officially bridal footwear, but we think they'd work for any fancy occasion so don't let something as simple as not wearing a wedding dress or getting married stop you.
Exclusively available at John Lewis, this new collection features modern and sophisticated silhouettes with statement crystal brooches, soft chiffon bows and delicate beading, offering something for the fashion forward, ethereal and minimal bride who is looking for accessories with personality.
The shoes are just lovely, and the eagle-eyed of you will note than many of the styles resemble quite iconic designer ones. Manolo Blahniks and Jimmy Choos instantly spring to mind...
But what makes this collection really unique is the affordable prices. You can have your chosen pair of shoes made in a custom colour from as little as £85!
Who are Rainbow Club and why are John Lewis collaborating with them?
Rainbow Club have been making and colouring handmade satin wedding and occasion shoes since 1986. Even if you have not heard of them, you’ll most definitely have seen them. If you've ever been a bridesmaid you’ve probably worn a pair without realising. They are THE go-to bridal footwear brand with over 800 UK stockists in the UK. They really know their stuff.
The fashion team's picks of John Lewis' new wedding shoes
Pandora chiffon tie court show, £85
SHOP NOW: Pandora wedding shoes, John Lewis, £85
Tapping into the oversized bow trend, new Pandora features an open silhouette, pointed toe and is finished with a delicate chiffon bow tie on the ankle. These can be made to a custom colour.
Monroe pointed toe court shoes, £85
SHOP NOW: Monroe shoes, John Lewis, £85
For comfort and style, opt for Monroe. Completed with a sparkling metallic block heel, this sharp silhouette is available in the brands Champagne Lustre fabric.
Cora butterfly jewel court shoes, £125
SHOP NOW: Cora heels, John Lewis, £125
Make a statement with new Cora, a high heeled court with a beaded butterfly on the heel.
Fifi jewel court shoes, £99
SHOP NOW: Fifi court shoes, John Lewis, £99
Marry like Carrie Bradshaw but without the huge price tag with Fifi, the Manolo inspired design.
Suitable for brides and wedding guests alike, Fifi and Pandora (along with almost 60 other styles) can all be dyed to any colour by Rainbow Club’s in-house Colour Studio team. Whether that’s your something blue or a pop of colour, the colour customisation service will mean your accessories are unique for your special day.
The new limited edition collection launches exclusively in-store at John Lewis Oxford Street and johnlewis.com on Saturday 15th February 2020. Prices start from £85.
Millie Gooch worked at woman&home as a fashion writer and stylist and has worked on numerous shoots for the brand. As a freelance journalist, Millie has written for a range of publications, including, ELLE, Stylist, the BBC, and the Evening Standard.
Millie is also the founder of Sober Girl Society, an online collective of women who don’t drink alcohol. Millie's debut non-fiction book, The Sober Girl Society Handbook, is a bestselling manual to navigating life as a young and sober woman. Millie gave up alcohol back in February 2018 and has since dedicated her career to changing perceptions around sobriety.
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