(PRWEB UK) 26 March 2014
Ideal for brides who want to make an extravagant fashion statement, the work of Harriet Wilde is renowned for sumptuous leather and silk with eye-catching embellishments in the form of sculptured roses, metallic leaves, cherry blossom flora and lace detailing.
The latest season offers even more signature style detailing, including laser-cut panels and feminine pastel hue lace. These exquisitely-crafted statement shoes work wonderfully when paired with a short wedding dress, or as the centrepiece of special “shoe shot” wedding photographs.
The Harriet Wilde brand is the creation of footwear design graduate Ruth Shaw whose aspiration for crafting elegant heels inspired her to launch this popular vintage-style shoe label. Although her elite, independent designer label faces a great deal of competition in the wedding shoe industry, the interest and excitement surrounding her designs remains stronger than ever.
“Harriet Wilde shoes are always the centre of attention at any wedding show display. Brides love to hold the shoes, study the beautiful details and ‘ooh and aah’ over which ones they have spotted in a magazine,” says Amy Karim, owner of Crystal Bridal Accessories.
“A Harriet Wilde bride insists on a unique pair of wedding shoes and with the option of creating her own shoe by combining different trims on different shoe shapes and heel heights – this offers the perfect solution for brides who want a bespoke accessory.”
From the metallic Art Deco Sunbeam mesh heels to the vintage-inspired Chantilly lace boots with charming on-trend peep toe cut, the wide range of styles in the Harriet Wilde collection offers brides the opportunity to create an entire wedding theme based on their choice of shoes. Crystal Bridal believes the key elements of a Harriet Wilde shoe – quality, lavishness and desirability – are what make these footwear designs a “truly work of art.”
Brides can shop the Harriet Wilde collection online at the Crystal Bridal Accessories website.