This Is What Jeffrey Campbell Bridal Shoes Look Like

This Is What Jeffrey Campbell Bridal Shoes Look Like (Ashbury Skies)

Tumblr-happy brides-to-be, take note! Jeffrey Campbell just made over a few of their personal style blogger hits in wedding-day fabrics for their new bridal collection, Cold Feet.

White lace Litas! To "experience the elegance of a bohemian goddess."
This Is What Jeffrey Campbell Bridal Shoes Look Like

They also come in laser-cut silver. "Channel your inner modern indie bride," the copy says, because "Your wedding is a true reflection of you."
This Is What Jeffrey Campbell Bridal Shoes Look Like

For the bride who pauses halfway down the aisle, snaps a photo of her shoes, applies a vintage-y Instagram filter, and continues on her way, J.C.'s Damsel wedges.
This Is What Jeffrey Campbell Bridal Shoes Look Like

Jeffrey Campbell is clearly going after girls whose closets are full of pieces from companies like Nasty Gal — one of the brand's champions — Free People, and Urban Outfitters. Which seems like a risky strategy, because that demographic is pretty young, and women in the U.S. are waiting until 26.5, on average, to tie the knot — the highest the age of first marriage has ever been.

So, do you think there's a market for wedding-day Litas? I'm guessing that Jeffrey Campbell fans will treat these like lighter, spring versions of their favorite J.C. styles — to be worn with their mullet-hem cut-out dresses and neon crop tops. But I could be wrong!
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