Dance all night on your wedding day thanks to Keds and Kate Spade
Who ever said you couldn't wear comfortable shoes on your big day?
We bet you didn't expect to hear that wedding sneakers are making a comeback when you woke up this morning, but here we are! On the biggest day of your life, you're going to want to be comfortable, so why not rock a pair of wedding sneakers that will have you dancing until the wee hours of the morning?
Keds and Kate Spade have joined forces in the crusade against uncomfortable wedding shoes and are making a collection of wedding sneakers that are just as cute and definitely as wearable as the sky high pair of heels you were probably considering before.
Perfect for the no-nonsense bride who likes to get a little crazy on the dance floor – or maybe a bride who simply doesn't like the feeling of heels – these shoes are guaranteed to turn heads, and make your wedding day just that little bit less painful.
There are five styles in the range, each covered in glitter, pearls and rhinestones to have you looking every inch the princess on your big day. That's right, just because they're sneakers doesn't mean they aren't still pretty glam.
Where to buy the Keds x Kate Spade wedding sneaker collection
If you're convinced and are totally ready to waltz the night away in some sneakers (though let's be honest, you're probably going to be getting down to some crazy 90s throwback songs as well), you can find the collection on the Keds website. The prices range from $80 to $120 US, which is actually less than what a lot of people intend to spend on shoes.
Use a freight forwarding service like Shopmate or MyUS to have them delivered right to your door here in Australia, just in time for your wedding.
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