A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

Today we’re finding out more about Charlotte Mills wedding shoes and falling for her latest collection.

When it comes to wedding accessories, we’ve got a HUGE soft spot for bridal shoes. Whether you opt for heels, flats, sandals, ivory courts or brightly coloured ballet pumps, your wedding shoes are the perfect finishing touch to your big day look.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

Wedding shoes by Charlotte Mills

It’s fair to say that Charlotte Mills designs are everything a bride could ever want. These shoes are stylish, luxurious and totally on-trend. There are glitter block heels, peep toe sandals and vintage inspired designs that really couldn’t be prettier.

Charlotte’s shoes are all handmade in Spain and they’re absolute works of art. Pearlised leathers and super soft Italian kid suedes are finished with pretty bows, embroidered motifs, appliques or Swarovski crystals. We also adore the big bold love hearts that bring a romantic, light-hearted touch to Charlotte’s designs.

We’ve been seeing more and more of our real brides wearing Charlotte Mills bridal shoes and we know just how popular they are. These are shoes that you’ll wear again after your wedding and they let you put your own individual stamp on your wedding day style.

Ideas for your bridal shoes

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

There’s a really wide range of styles in Charlotte’s collection so whatever your bridal style, you’ll definitely find the perfect wedding shoes for your look. Blondie is a stylish and fun design with a glitter inlay and three big hearts running down the front of the shoe. These are the perfect accompaniment for a shorter dress.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

If you’re looking for a vintage inspired wedding shoe then there are some real delights in Charlotte’s collection. Anastasia is a T-bar design with deco detailing while Cora has the perfect vintage look and a brilliantly comfortable low heel.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

For statement wedding shoes, look no further than Charlotte Rose with a 105mm heel and rose gold details, the glittery heel of Becky or Delilah, a strappy block-heeled design in modern metallic tones.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

Of course, high heels aren’t everyone’s idea of the perfect bridal shoe and if you’re looking for wedding shoes that are both comfortable and glamorous, Charlotte Mills has just what you need. Blond features those iconic hearts while Blossom has a delicate wrap around ankle tie that’s just perfect for summery weddings.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

‘A silver sixpence in your shoe’

And that’s not all. Charlotte Mills shoes have a few more surprises for you too. We all know the wedding rhyme ‘something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe’ and with these wedding shoes, you’ll have everything you need for a little extra dash of luck.

A Closer Look At Charlotte Mills Wedding Shoes | CHWV

Obviously, your shoes are your (gorgeous) something new and the insock details of the shoes form your something blue. In each shoebox, you’ll find an envelope (something borrowed) to send back to Charlotte after the wedding with a photo of your beautiful shoes and there’s even a silver sixpence set into the left sole of each shoes. The full rhyme (something old) is also embossed into the leather soles.

Charlotte Mills really does provide absolutely everything a bride could want!

We’ve also recently taken a look at some of our favourite wedding dress designers too so why not find out more about British designer Amanda Wyatt.

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