Manolo says, one of the Manolo’s many internet friends has asked the Manolo the question.
I am seeking your expertise on the super important wedding shoe purchase. I would love to spruce things up and get the non-traditional shoes of color (rather than white, ivory, etc.) for my big day. I am about to undergo a major shopping expedition to the places of beauty – Jimmy Choo, Manolo, Saks, and others and want to know your thoughts on wearing shoes of color. Do you find this tacky and tasteless or terrific and interesting?
Manolo says, the Manolo he loves the shoes of the color for the confident and super fantastic bride, provided that the shoes they are tasteful, and not the garish.
The secret to the color, of the course, is that if the color it is to be included in the shoes it should be the pale version of that color, and should coordinate with the gown (but you undoubtedly know this already).
Many of the designers of the gowns (like the Monique Lhuillier), they are now including the touches of the color in their dresses, often in the forms of the ribbons and the sashes. There are even the daring few who are producing the dresses in the color of the blush and the pale gold.
Alternately, if the gown she is the all white, than the color of the shoes they can subtly echo the color of the flowers in the bouquet.
As for the shoes of the color that the Manolo he approves of, the Manolo he has already recommended these most opulent mules from the Rene Caovilla.
Here is the pair of the slingback sandals with the very elegant and minimalist line from the Anne Klein in the blush. Are they not indeed most beautiful?