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Loeffler Randall launches an edgy bridal shoe collection

March 8, 2011 |  7:17 am

Georgia Hipster brides need look no further.

Jessie Randall, creative director and designer for high-end shoe company Loeffler Randall, has launched a bridal shoe collection that stays true to the brand's fashion-forward aesthetics.

The designer was inspired to create a bridal collection after styling a few friends for their respective treks down the aisle. 

And the collection is one of the most nontraditional we've seen in the bridal category. The five styles — which come in white, silver and nude hues — look nothing like the ubiquitous satin platform stiletto we've been seeing on brides for years.

Yet as out-there as some of the styles are, there's a shoe befitting every imaginable wedding dress.

The "Rowena" thong ruffle sandal ($295), which features a pleated swath of tulle down the middle, is the perfect shoe for a beach or backyard wedding. The "Georgia" lace-up bootie, which features nearly clear mesh sides, would be a stunner with a high-drama or even period-style gown ($625).

Meanwhile, the "Paige" crisscross stiletto ($595), with its sexy snakeskin-style textured leather and ankle-wraps, would befit a more modern, body-conscious gown beautifully. 

Best of all, we can imagine wearing these looks long after saying "I do."

-- Emili Vesilind

Photo: "Georgia" boots by Loeffler Randall. Credit: Loeffler Randall.