Loeffler Randall Launches Wedding Shoes

Loeffler Randall Bridal

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We do! The Paige heel and Rowena flat from Loeffler Randall's bridal shoe collection

“I wore a pair of bright pink Stella McCartney stilettos with my short dress,” Loeffler Randall president and creative director Jessie Randall reminisced to FashionEtc about her 2003 wedding day to Brian Murphy, now Randall’s business partner and the brand’s CFO. “The shoes were beautiful and probably the highest I have ever worn in my life.”

While that particular pair of Stellas will likely always hold a special place in Randall’s heart, she might do it differently these days: Her cult-favorite footwear brand just launched its first-ever bridal collection.

“What I liked about my wedding shoes was that they were simple but also made a big impact and were very special,” she told us. “I was thinking about those attributes when I designed the bridal collection. Bridal shoes have to be very special but also timeless.”

The line, which consists of a handful of styles from edgy mesh booties to tulle-topped flat sandals in wedding-appropriate white, silver and nude—as well as a few unconventional fabrications like snakeskin—are now available at

“I am designing for brides who have their own unique sense of style and are looking for something that is simple and elegant, but a bit less traditional, for their wedding.”

No hot pink pumps here—though if Randall and Murphy ever decide to renew their vows, she’s happy to play favorites.

“I love the satin and mesh Georgia booties,” Randall says. “I love the idea of getting married in a bootie pump!”