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While the wed­ding dress is the true state­ment piece of the big day, bridal shoes shouldn’t be ig­nored. Jes­sica Bedard Shoes are not only made with both bold and stylish de­signs, but they also al­low each bride to eas­ily ad­here to tra­di­tion. Each style, whether a heel or a pair of flats, si­mul­ta­ne­ously fea­tures “some­thing old, some­thing new, some­thing bor­rowed, and some­thing blue.” The words of this clas­sic say­ing are etched onto each sole to rep­re­sent “some­thing old,” and of course, the shoes are new! Though some of the styles in­clude blue as a main or sec­ondary hue, each pair of heels fea­tures a blue tip, while the flats have the tone in­cor­po­rated into the lin­ing. For “some­thing bor­rowed,” a mag­netic ring is in­serted into the left heel, and an en­ve­lope is pro­vided so brides can mail the ring back to be used in a new pair of shoes – so each bride bor­rows the ring from one an­other. Prices start at $650; id­owith­myshoe.com

Browse the in­sider’s guide to the lat­est wed­ding-re­lated prod­ucts and ser­vices.

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