We're Obsessed with Dune's new Collection of Wedding Shoes

Dune is releasing 15 pairs of wedding shoes and we can't decide which we want most

Choosing your wedding shoes is a rather tricky task; from heel height, to style, to colour, there's so much to think about.

Shoe hero Dune is here to make the decision a little bit easier, with new range The Wedding Collection. It comprises of 15 pairs of ivory satin shoes, along with matching clutch bags and accessories.

Scroll down for our favourite shoes from the collection, which will be dropping in spring 2018 - not long to wait! 

£250
£250

These bejewelled beauties are our absolute favourites from the range - who could resist a heel with that much embellishment?

It'd be a crime to cover these heels up, so wear them with a knee-length wedding dress to make sure all of your guests see how amazing your shoes are. 

£99
£99

Pretty bow embellished heels are a fabulously feminine addition to your bridal outfit; they have stiletto heels, so maybe not ideal for outdoor weddings, but we think they't fit in amazingly at a London wedding venue.  

£130
£130

We adore the crystal detailing at the side and on the front of these elegant wedding shoes. Wear them with a lace wedding dress for the ultimate in sophistication.

£120
£120

If skyscraper heels aren't for you, these crystal sandals will suit your perfectly - they give a little height boost, without the worrying of tripping down the aisle.

£120
£120

The ribbon detailing on these mid-height heels makes them feel extra special - and the little heel means your feet won't get too achey wearing them all day - no need for wedding flip flops for you! 

Dune is also releasing shoes with the mother-of-the-bride and the bridesmaids in mind, in eight bold and beautiful shades, available in kitten heel, courts and high heeled sandals - there really is something for everyone! 

READ MORE: How to break in your bridal shoes

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