Four Sneaky Ways to Wear Comfortable Bridal Shoes

Forgo the high heels, and change into these white sneakers for your reception.

Cringing at the thought of wearing heels for your entire wedding day? Luckily, you don’t have to sacrifice your feet just to look stylish. Even if you’re dead-set on donning heels for your walk down the aisle, you can always slip into something more comfortable—and still fashionable—after the ceremony. Here are four runway-worthy sneaker options for you to consider for your reception. We’ve even got the “something blue” covered.

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Leave it to Kate Spade to dress you in style. She’s teamed up with Keds to create the ultimate in glitter sneakers. Each pair comes with a chic set of satin laces and one set of knit ones (for your non-nuptial days). With these beauties under your gown, you’re one step closer to settling into comfortable wedded bliss.

$80, Kate Spade, 117 Newbury St., Boston, 617-262-2632,


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For the ultimate personal touch, Converse lets you design your own Chuck Taylor All Stars, with colors for the tongue, heel stripe, outer and inner bodies, rubber stripe, and even the eyelets. You can personalize with text, too: Have them add a “Mrs.” or an “I Do” on your heel stripe or the sneaker’s side in cursive or block letters.



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Add some sparkle to your big day with TOMS Glitters. The bridal white glitter classic is part of their new wedding collection, but still has the same classic suede insole, cushion for comfort, and latex arch insert for added support during your reception. And don’t forget—TOMS gives a pair of new shoes to a child in need with every shoe purchased.


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Why leave the something blue for a hide-away garter or a pair of earrings, when you can have these baby-blue Incast Lace sneakers from local fave Clarks peeking out from under your gown?

$90, Clarks, 171 Newbury St., 617-266-1580,


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