Not only are flats a growing trend, but they are being increasingly chosen by brides as an option for their wedding day. Why? They’re perfect for spending an entire day greeting guests, taking pictures and, of course, dancing the night away. For these celebrities, flats were a way to keep comfort hand in hand with style, on such a special day.
For her wedding to James Righton, actress and celebrity Keira Knightley chose a pink Chanel tulle dress and a pair of pink ballerina flats from the same brand. Keira's feminine and unique wedding day look is definitely an inspiration for many brides.
Actress Jerry Hall married tycoon Rupert Murdoch, in what was one of the most celebrated weddings in the United Kingdom. Jerry Hall opted for a blue silk dress created by Vivienne Westwood, and a pair of flats by French brand Roger Vivier.
One of the most famous weddings from the 70s was that of artist Yoko Ono, when she married John Lennon in a ceremony in Gibraltar. Her short white dress, knee socks and white sneakers made for one unforgettable bridal look.
When Elizabeth Taylor first married Richard Burton in 1964, she chose a yellow chiffon baby doll dress created by designer Irene Sharaff, and paired it with elegant flat shoes.
Tennis star Serena Williams married millionaire Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans in a very discreet wedding, where no photographs were taken during the ceremony. Her dress for the ceremony was created by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen and her second dress was designed by Versace. On her feet, Serena wore a pair of Nike sneakers customized by Michelle Meneses.
Credits : Bob Metelus and Erica Rodriguez//Vogue Magazine
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