5 Unique Wedding Shoes for Every Bride's Style (PHOTOS)

You know how everyone tells a bride that her wedding day is her special day -- meaning, what she says goes? Well, the same rule should apply to her shoes. The trend of wearing white satin heels is extremely limiting for the bride who wants to express her style through her footwear.

Thinking outside of the box when choosing wedding day shoes opens up the options to colors and styles mainstream brides would never even consider. Not a heels girl? Then don't wear heels! Do you swoon over 5-inch platform pumps? By all means, rock those heels! Or maybe you live in Seattle and know that more likely than not, it's going to rain on your big day. Rain boots are the most practical way to go! Make your wedding day uniquely yours with shoes that make you feel your best!

Over on The Prowl, we rounded up bridal shoes that are only fit for fashion daredevils. Preview our unique picks below!

  • Something Blue


    Your "something blue" can be a dazzling T-strap high heel. Because a bride can never wear enough bling.

  • Cowboy Boots


    If cowboy boots are your thing, then wear them on your wedding day! These are perfect for an outdoor wedding with a rustic theme. We say go for it!

  • Crochet Slip-Ons


    Heels can make or break how comfortable you feel on your wedding day. So why not ditch them all together in favor of a comfortable, crochet slip-on? You'll feel grateful once you're busting moves on the dance floor with ease.

  • Rain Boots


    Rumor has it a rainy wedding day means good luck for the bride and groom. Besides that superstition, it never hurts to just embrace the rain and throw on a pair of wellies! You most likely won't be able to see them under your dress and you can have some fun showing them off when taking photos.

  • Lace Booties


    Lace panel booties are a sexy alternative to open-toe and strappy heels brides normally go for. They’re just as stunning and offer a little extra support.

    Check out the rest of our collection of Offbeat Bridal Shoes over on The Prowl!

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