After a successful 2014 debut, Charlotte Mills is back with another collection of wedding shoes, “All That Glitters,” that takes the traditional wedding rhyme, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe,” to a whole new level. Charlotte Mills has incorporated a symbol for each in every single shoe: the sixpence is also the something old, the something new is the shoe, the something blue is detailed on the insock and the something borrowed will be inside the shoebox.
Along with soft glitter, metallics and ivory leathers, Charlotte Mills has utilized bright popping colours in the collection for brides who aren’t afraid to stand out. Look out for block heels, gilly lace ups, delicate tie around ankle straps and fun slogan hearts on the toe saying “Just Married” and “Happily Ever After.” Courtesy of British Jewellery designer Laura Rhodes (owner of Lovebird Bridal and creator of La De Dah) glittering crystals and fresh water pearls also make an appearance.
Charlotte hopes each bride will fall in love with their wedding shoes and treasure them forever as a keepsake to their special day.
Shoes: Charlotte Mills