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Perfect Wedding Season Pumps

Spring is in the air – so is love for that matter. Wedding season has cranked into overdrive, and we’re buckling down for some busy weekends ahead. While we’re shuffling through engagement party invites, shopping for gifts and figuring out where to stay, the most pressing question on our minds is what to wear to the Big Day.


If you’re in the wedding party, you’ve got your outfit sorted, but that still leaves your shoes. We’ve rounded up the pumps that make us want to dance all night long (even if the DJ’s mix isn’t particularly inspired). Show us your shoes on Twitter #cobblerconcierge.


Karen Millen glitter suede cut-out heels, $299


We almost feel like we could stop right here. Almost. Karen Millen’s suede booties have that spin-me vibe down pat. The whimsical winged design, lined with gold dust, is pretty dreamy, too.


Aquazzura Wild Thing sandals, $795


What’s the easiest way to boost your evening (read: any) attire? Let your shoes do the talking. We don’t know about you, but we’ve had our eyes on these fringed sandals for months. This pretty pair will work with prints or an ever-perfect LBD.


Badgley Mischka Gene pump, $245


Looking for something elegant, feminine and just a touch glam? Badgley Mischka’s pearlized petal pumps feature a crystal-studded heel and a dainty ankle strap.


Tamara Mellon Horizon sandal, $595


Opt for sleek and simple in the timeless design of Tamara Mellon’s metallic gold sandals. With thin straps and a petite heel, this pair will elongate your pins.


Aquazzura Linda sandal, $995


Bride alert. Forget something borrowed, something blue, and send this pair to your girl who’s getting married this summer. She only really wants something new!






Dana Karlson is a seasoned digital editor. In 2014 she launched Footwear News’ web site, and prior to that she covered fashion and lifestyle for Glamour.com and British Sky Broadcasting in London. She has worked with top designers including Burberry’s Christopher Bailey, Erdem Moralioglu and Mary Katrantzou, interviewed leading celebrities from Kate Winslet to Mark Wahlberg and reported on Oscars’ fashion for BBC.