Mediterranean brides wear espadrilles. The most basic summer shoes have always been one of the preferred options as second bridal shoes, to enjoy the wedding as comfortably as possible. Although, for some time now, the espadrilles or espardeñas have ceased to be only for dancing, or an exclusive choice between brides boho chic, becoming a must for all types of brides. Above all, for philosophy brides slow, who do not want to give up feeling comfortable on the day of the wedding, no matter what their style.
Wedge espadrilles, with platforms, flat… From the classics in esparto grass, natural jute and canvas, to the most updated models in suede, satin, crochet, leather… And a variety of colours ranging from the white palette, through powdered roses, beige, blue, green and metallic, to finishes in paillettesor glitter. In the market finds an endless number of models of espadrilles ideal for brides, as well as specialized firms that combine tradition and craftsmanship.
From the classic espadrilles to an endless number of updated models, brides already have a thousand options to wear espadrilles to their wedding.
For a couple of seasons, it is the re-editions of the country style espadrilles and the “espardenyes de set vetes” that have gained the most popularity, becoming a whole must have also within the ‘bride’ world. This look at the more traditional espadrilles has been reinterpreted by many footwear firms, such as Castañer which has several models (with or without wedge) of embargoed espadrilles which combine natural jute with satin and velvet ribbons and which are really ideal.
Precisely because we are talking about Castañer, the firm launched its collection of espadrilles for brides ‘Yes I do’ with which it seeks to go a little further than the colour white and the usual model, presenting different options with wedges of metallic golden braids, square flat platforms and sandals that combine jute with folds of lace up to the ankle. A selection you can see in the shopping of espadrilles shown below.
Sandals with Chestnut wedge, model ‘Cersei’ in natural jute, satin and velvet ribbons (215 €)
The espadrilles for brides plus trendy are inspired by the traditional “espardeñas embetadas”.
Viguera is another brand of espadrilles with a specific collection for brides that we love. In their designs priority is given to comfort (for use 24 hours a day), the quality of the materials and a super affordable price; in addition, high wedges and timeless designs predominate without renouncing trends (such as finishes glitter or defrosted). On their website you will also find the basic espadrille in a thousand colours available in ideal gift packs for guests. Here you have the data ;D
The last brand of our small selection breathes that slow fashion that we like so much. Naguisa is a company that also bets for the handmade manufacture in Spain and that was born to “bring the shoe of jute sole to that public that still has not enjoyed this comfortable footwear”. They focus on creating a single collection, the summer one, and their models breathe design and contemporaneity; they move away from trends to propose their own vision and espadrilles inspired by femininity and the Mediterranean. By the way, her collection of espadrilles for boys is ideal for girls and boys.
Espadrilles embroidered with chestnut velvet cords.
SHOPPING ESPADRILLES FOR BRIDES
From white to pink powdered through the metallized; we propose you a selection of 17 espadrilles for brides to choose your wedding shoes.
Boüret’s wedding dress and chestnut espadrilles (Photo ©Bangbanyou)
CHESTNUT, espadrilles model ‘Carina’ (125 €)
CHESTNUT, espadrilles model ‘Cecile’ (215 €)
CASTAÑER, espadrilles model ‘Gaura’ (195 €)
CASTAÑER, espadrilles model ‘Cisus’ (195 €)
CASTAÑER, espadrilles model ‘Xilema’ (395 €)
CASTAÑER, espadrilles model ‘Baulina’ (295 €)
Classic espadrilles for brides (Photo ©Paula G. Furió / Wedding Trends)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘0349’ (75 €)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘0354’ (69 €)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘0352’ (75 €)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘1268’ (75 €)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘1341’ (75 €)
VIGUERA, espadrilles model ‘1269’ (49 €)
Wedding dress of Santos Costura and espadrilles Viguera (Photo ©Paula G. Furió / Wedding Trends)
NAGUISA, espadrilles model ‘Molto Taupe’ (115 €)
NAGUISA, espadrilles model ‘SOC Satin Taupe’ (90 €)
NAGUISA, espadrilles model ‘Fosca Taupe’ (170 €)
NAGUISA, espadrilles model ‘Fonda rosa palo’ (149 €)
NAGUISA, espadrilles model ‘SOC Yelletisch’ (88 €)