In His Wedding Shoes

Have a little fun with footwear in designs that express your inner style. Whether you’re in a low-key outdoor celebration or the formal event of the year, local boutiques have kicks that rock every step.

Styled by Heather Kane | Photos by Brandon Alms

Dec 2016

In His Wedding Shoes

Easy Breezy: Try uniquely styled slip-ons for a comfortable option your groom can wear all year long. Donald J Pilner black stretch shoe, $275 at Town & County (far left)

True Grit: Cowboy boots were made for walking down the aisle. The mix of black and brown is right on trend, and the stitching is not too flashy but very cool. Matte black keeps things casual, but the pointed toe means it can still be paired with dressier styles. Ariat Drifter Limo black boots, $219 at PFI Western Store (top center)

Classic Style: There’s nothing wrong with this tried and true favorite. Pair it with a navy suit or even a chocolate brown suit jacket for a look that will stand the test of time. Baker Benjes Giles Pecary in wild boar brown, $450 at Town & County (bottom center)

On the Edge: If your groom likes an extra edgy Western style but doesn’t want to go full force with a cowboy boot, these short boots are perfect. The black cherry color also adds a little pop of color to those tootsies. Laredo black cherry zip boot, $129.99 at PFI Western Store (bottom right)

Brushed-On Color: Navy is still a big color for weddings right now. Pair these with a navy or gray suit, or, because of the brown sole, you can even pair them with chocolate hues. Donald J Pilner navy brushed calf shoe, $245 at Town & County (top right)