If you’ve blown your wedding budget and are looking for easy ways to save money, your wedding shoes can be a good place to start. Sure, you may have your eyes on those iconic Valentino Rockstud pumps or Sarah Jessica Parker-inspired Manolos, but there are some amazing replicas to be found on the high street in stores including Dune, Debenhams and ASOS. We’ve rounded up 12 of our favourites under £200, saving you more cash for the all-important dress…
Dune Ballgown pearl crystal court shoes
Have your Cinderella moment in these pearl and crystal-embellished court shoes, which have a sparkling pointed-toe shape and memory foam sock padding to keep you comfortable on the dancefloor all night long.
Ballgown crystal court shoes, £175, Dune London
Ted Baker Darlils brooch detail courts
Adorned with a pearl and diamante brooch, these Ted Baker ivory satin court shoes are so timeless you can wear them long after your wedding day.
Darlils brooch detail shoes, £149, Ted Baker
Monsoon Bessie bridal shoes
Elegant and feminine, these sling back heels are a classic addition to your wedding day ensemble. The bow detailing on the heels adds a stylish touch to an otherwise minimalistic shoe.
Bessie bridal shoes with bow, £70, Monsoon
Kurt Geiger Carvela Kankan studded heels
We definitely see the Valentino references in these cream studded courts, featuring cream and nude pointed heels with gold studded straps to add that rock star edge to your wedding dress.
Carvela Kankan studded heels, £89, Kurt Geiger
ASOS Letty bow flat bridal shoes
Looking for a chic pair of flats for your evening reception? Look no further than these slip-on shoes with bow detailing from ASOS, which are a bargain at £22.
ASOS Design Letty bow flat bridal shoes, £22, ASOS
Marks & Spencer leather mules sandals
Mules are having a moment in 2020, and these cream leather straight-back heels offer an on-trend and cool alternative to traditional bridal shoes.
Leather straight back mules sandals, £45, Marks & Spencer
Pink by Paradox London Alandra court shoes
Meet your something blue! With their baby blue satin fabric, jewelled embellishment and stiletto heel, these bridal shoes are a fun take on tradition that you’ll be able to wear again and again after your big day.
Alandra court shoes, £75, Pink by Paradox London
Paradox London Kimberley satin shoes
Not only do these Paradox London heels have a pearl and crystal trim for a glamorous finishing touch, but they also have a padded in sock to keep you comfortable all day long.
Paradox London Kimberley satin shoes, £85, Debenhams
No. 1 Jenny Packham Paris heels
A favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, Jenny Packham’s diffusion line for Debenhams allows you to get the royal-approved designer’s looks for less. We love these vintage-inspired Paris heels, with feature delicate gem and stone embellishments, with a classic peep toe and supportive ankle strap.
No. 1 Jenny Packham Paris heels, £85, Debenhams
Rainbow Club Robyn peep toe heels
You can’t really go wrong with a classic satin peep-toe heel, and these Rainbow Club heels have the benefit of a concealed platform for extra comfort. You can even have them dyed to match an outfit should you want to give them a new lease of life afterward, or buy diamante embellished shoe clips to add a glitzy touch.
Rainbow Club Robyn satin peep toe heels, £85, John Lewis
Kate Spade x Keds bridal trainers
If heels aren’t for you, break with tradition and wear trainers! But not just any old trainers, these glittery Keds were designed in collaboration with Kate Spade with brides in mind, and they’re sure to command attention on your big day!
Kate Spade x Keds bridal trainers, £75, Kate Spade
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