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The Top Ten Best-selling Wedding Shoes of 2014

Posted on 10th Nov 2014 @ 4:53 PM

As the new bridal styles are now starting to arrive for 2015, we’re starting to see how the popular styles of 2014 have influenced the new shoe designs. Looking back at our best sellers, they not only give us a flavour of the past year’s trends, but a feeling for where fashion may be going for 2015. So, for a little glimpse at what’s sold really well and a hint at the styles that are sure to continue, here are our top ten best-selling bridal shoes!

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Number 10 is Lucy by Rainbow Club

 This has been a very popular dyed shoe as well as selling well in ivory. It’s part of Rainbow Club’s Bliss Collection, and all the shoes in this range have padded linings for extreme comfort, so this could be one of the reasons that this has been so popular. Of course, the curved shaping at the heel and the pretty satin trim also make it very attractive too!


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Number 9 is Lustre by Paradox Pink

With its glamorous peep toe and pretty diamante brooch, this lovely shoe is elegantly styled, so it’s not surprising that it is in our top ten. It also has a concealed platform, which gives added height, and our brides love the soft padding underfoot that is a must for wedding shoes if you want to still have them on for the evening do!

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Number 8 is Cupcake by Paradox Pink

Brides seeking a vintage look have been delighted with these beautiful shoes. The combination of satin and delicate floral lace is perfect, and the neat satin bows finish the style off in such a pretty way. With a mid-heel height, and softly rounded toe, many brides have found these to be a real pleasure to wear.

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Number 7 is Linda by Rainbow Club

Rainbow Club’s +Fit Bliss Collection has been very popular this past year, as brides have sought out comfort as well as the best styling. Not only are these pretty court shoes attractive on the outside, but with their voluptuous padded lining, they are very appealing on the inside too! Linda has sold very well as bridal shoes and as Mother of the Bride and Groom as they also look stunning when dyed to any colour.

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 Number 6 is Perfume by Paradox Pink

Capturing the style of Art Deco and the 1920s, this shoe has been popular for its vintage appeal. It has a delicacy to its look with the open sides and peep toe, and has proved to be a very flattering style. Our brides have liked the diamante embellishment which adds that bit of sparkle to make your toes twinkle!

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Number 5 is Cathy by Paradox Pink 

Lace captures all the romance of a wedding day and these shoes, with their romantic floral lace have, not surprisingly, been very popular this past year. With an open instep, Cathy is so pretty and feminine that it’s easy to see why it has been a favourite and is number five in our top ten list.

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Number 4 is Strawberry by Paradox Pink

For brides seeking a full shoe, this round toe court shoe, with its pleated satin overlays and fabulous diamante trim seems to tick all the boxes! The comfortable heel style, small platform and soft cushioned insoles have helped to place it at number four. It’s truly scrumptious as a dyed shoe too.

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Number 3 is Honey by Paradox Pink

Honey has been a very popular bridal shoe this year, reaching number three in sales. It is a beautifully shaped pointed court with a daintiness that ensures that it flatters the feet. The satin pleating and diamante trim complement so many bridal gown styles, so it’s not surprising then that it is in our top three.

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Number 2 is Lily by Perfect

This is one to watch out for in 2015 too as it has become increasingly popular as the year has passed. Lace and satin make a wonderful combination and the intertwining satin sash is the perfect symbolism for marriage. It looks amazing from all angles, and even the heel is covered in the beautiful floral lace. Our brides have certainly loved this stunning bridal shoe this year, and we’re pretty sure it will continue to be popular

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Number 1 is Fancy by Paradox Pink

It’s not difficult to see why this has been our brides’ favourite bridal shoe! It’s an all year round style, combining beautiful ivory satin and lace in the most foot flattering way. It’s the ideal partner for so many wedding dress fabrics and styles, and the hidden platform and peep toe are always popular for a bridal shoe, so this is a style that will certainly continue to be popular. It will be interesting to see where it comes in our top ten next year!

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by Lesley M

The Wedding Boutique

Dalston

Carlisle

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