As if we didn’t already have Jimmy Choo’s covetable shoes on our lust list, the luxury shoe label has unveiled its bridal collection for 2018 that we’re adding to the top of that list.

The focus is on timeless elegance this season, from lustrous satin pumps to Swarovski crystal-embellished styles that belong on Hollywood’s red carpets, as well as sexy, strappy sandals that’ll luxe up your bridal look. What you can also expect: A gorgeous and subtle colour palette of dusty pink, ivory and champagne glitter, paired together with exquisitely crafted details including feathers, flowers, Swarovski crystals, lace, beading and glittery finishes. 

And if you’re die-hard fans of its signatures styles, the brand has updated these with luxe, interesting details like a crystal tiara, floral appliques and more. 


The iconic ROMY pumps in ivory satin and topped with Swarovski crystal tiaras. 

Delicate lace and an elegant almond hue makes these perfect to go with a vintage or classic wedding dress.

The cream of the crop, for brides after their own fairy tale wedding look, would be a spectacular handcrafted Cinderella-inspired beauty which reimagines the iconic glass slipper into a Swarovski crystal-encrusted style that have us all dreamy-eyed.

Want your own Cinderella moment? Slip into this handcrafted stunner covered in glittering Swarovski crystals.


Statement or simple, each style evokes effortless style. Then, there’s a matching clutch to complete your glamorous big day look.

The collection also includes leather shoes for the groom. And for those of your after your very own Jimmy Choo creation, its Made-to-Order service offers an alluring suite of signature styles that can be custom-made in a range of colours, textures and finishes. To create the ultimate keep-sake, you can also personalise your Made-to-Order bridal shoes with monogram brass initials, or a number plaque on the sole of each shoe to commemorate your wedding date!

Not into heels for your wedding? Check out our curation of cool sneakers for your wedding day