What Shoes Should You Wear to Your Winter Wedding? The Perfect Bridal Bootie Of Course

Strappy sandals aren’t always an option when you’re getting married in the cold winter months — and this season has been especially harsh. A great alternative is the dressy bootie. Here are five of our favorites for winter brides.

Sheer Bling

Caparros Ella Bootie//The Knot Blog

This bootie is perfect for the bride who likes a bit of subtle sparkle. It adds to her look, but doesn’t not distract anyone from her gorgeous dress.

Ella Bootie, Caparros, $64.95, DSW.com 

Oscar-Worthy

Oscar de la Renta//The Knot Blog

Wearing anything designed by the master, Oscar de la Renta, will make you feel unbelievably glamourous. The T-strap detail is a perfect little touch. And while these may be on the pricey side, think of them as a investment since you can definitely wear them after the wedding.

Beige Embellished Satin and Mesh Ankle Boots, Oscar de la Renta, $598, Lyst.com 

Lacy Lady

Betsey Johnson//The Knot Blog

These remind us of early era Madonna — in a good way. The lace detailing is sexy, but not too sexy.

RSVP Bootie, Betsey Johnson, $99.95, DSW.com

Modern Wedge

Burberry//The Knot Blog

A leather wedge is certainly not for every bride. But for those of you choosing a more modern or progressive style of dress and ceremony, this Burberry wedge is perfect. And you can even wear them with a maxi dress on your honeymoon or a pair of skinny jeans running errands on the weekend.

Textured Leather Wedge Boots, Burberry Prorsum, $750, Net-a-Porter.com 

Hole in One

Pedro Garcia//The Knot Blog

This style is also less traditional — but how fun is a mesh peep-toe? It’s like you’ll be hiding a funky surprise underneath your dress.

‘Sofia’ Peep Toe Bootie, Pedro Garcia, $495, Nordstrom.com 

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