For a long while now, Meggan Morimoto’s luxury bridal footwear has been made to order – but their new collection Bridal & Beyond signifies a shift into something that’s more accessible.
And, what do we love more than accessibility? A brand that values slow and sustainable fashion. These (very comfy, might we add) shoes are handmade in Tuscany in limited quantities, made with premium Italian nappa leathers, and have a secret hidden insole crafted from podiatric memory foam – if that doesn’t scream comfort, what will?!
We don’t want you going and thinking that accessibility compromises quality. This collection is made to endure the wedding day dance floor and beyond. You’ll be pulling these out on your 20th wedding anniversary to relive your first dance; we know it.
The new collection is made up of five shoes and ten detachable embellishments. Think clip-on pearl embellishments, metallic leather obi bows, organza blossoms, pearl anklets, and silk ankle wraps that allow you to customize your look. Style it up or down – your choice.
Alma is the perfectly pared-back pump, a pointed-toe style in pearlized white leather. For the bold, minimalist bride, there’s James – a stunning slingback stiletto, in soft gold or bright tangerine nappa, with a 9-cm heel. Victoria is a vertiginous white leather platform sandal with a delicate ankle strap, while Martina is a gorgeous soft gold, metallic leather mule. Rounding out the collection is the Tatiana block-heel sandal – timeless and elegant in soft gold nappa.
We can hear you asking, how much will a pair of these set me back? Well, Meggan Morimoto’s ready-to-wear shoes will retail from AU$909 with detachable embellishments ranging between AU$225-275. And, you’ll find them exclusively over at morimoto.com.au.
Captured by Eliza Harrison Photography
Gowns Alon Livné White via The Bridal Curator, Karen Willis Holmes, House of Ezis, Christie Nicole Bridal, Donatelle Godart Paris via Carte Blanche Bride
Hair & Makeup Nicole Kene Makeup
Model Aleisha Scanlon
Styling Lauren De Innocentis & Jo Templin
Videography These Wild Eyes