Bohemian weddings are so much fun, and they are so beautiful too! If you are planning on having a bohemian themed wedding, then today is your lucky #TuesdayShoesday! We have picked out our favorite footwear options for bohemian brides that we hope you will love! So without further ado, let's take a look at the lucky four picks of today:
- Elyse Walker Alex Suede Fringe Sandals - These ivory/tan fringed heels to Elyse Walker are truly boho inspired. They offer a soft, suede material that is comfortable and chic all at the same time. The long fringe covers the whole ankle strap to help your feet make a statement as you walk down the aisle. (Retail: $495.00)
- Express Covered Weave Runway Heel - We are in love with these cognac colored 4.5" sandals. They have the classic woven upper vamp and thick crisscross ankle strap. These would look beautiful underneath a simple ivory or blush wedding gown, and they are just perfect for a bohemian wedding! (Retail: $88.00)
- Coach Beach Sandal - Going with the same cognac color, these beach sandals to Coach are simply lovely. They offer the comfort that you crave on your wedding day, along with the boho look that you are looking for. The strap across the vamp even features an intricate leather feather to add a whimsical feel. (Retail: $195.00)
- Guess Carlene Fringe Heels - Even bohemian brides like a little color now and then, that's why we chose these gorgeous yellow suede heels. They are simple but offer pretty details like lightly draped fringe around the multi-row ankle strap. These heels also come in blue, brown and black as well if you want to switch the colors up a bit. (Retail: $120.00)
Which bohemian style bridal shoes to today are your favorite? We'd love to hear your feedback in the comment section below!
Michelle has been with Wedding Favors Unlimited for nearly 20 years. Starting out in Customer Service, she’s interacted with thousands of Brides helping them navigate every detail imaginable around a wedding. She became a full-time writer for us because she realized he kept getting the same questions over and over and wanted to share them with everyone. Feel free to ask Michelle a question below!