Many of our brides ask us where to they can find bridal shoes that follow the same feel good ethical stance we are passionate about here at Sophie Voon. So we have put together some inspiration from a few quality ethical shoe makers, that would be the perfect finishing touch for your special day.
Minnie Cooper are a well established and beloved New Zealand designed and made leather goods company. Their quality shoes are sophisticated and simple in style, perfect for a bride who appreciates classic details. Best of all - Minnie Cooper shoes are perfect to keep on wearing long after your big day has passed!
We just love their lace up 'Patty' sandals with woven detailing on the toe, and their chic 'Hepburn' metallic ballet flats.
Sseko Designs is a fashion brand based in Uganda. Through the sale of beautiful handbags, accessories and leather sandals, they create opportunity and community for women globally.
We love their artisan's work, and think their sandals would be ideal for a romantic beach wedding!
We particularly love their caramel and gold 'Rue' sandals for a touch of modern glamour, or their fabulous customisable strappy 'Ribbon Sandals'.
BIRDS OF PREY
Birds of Prey are an Australian brand that specialise in custom hand crafted shoes, and boy oh boy do they have some gorgeous shoes to choose from!
From metallic, to lace, to soft leather or elegant satin, the possibilities are endless for designing your dream shoes!
Click HERE to see how the artisans at Birds of Prey create their beautiful shoes.
Swedish Hasbeens are a Swedish shoe brand that offer clog style footwear, handmade with respect for people and the environment in small factories that have made shoes for decades. With a great range of different heel heights and colours to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect pair to complete your wedding look.
We particularly love their 'Lacy' heels in soft dove grey leather, and their 'Snake Debutant' sandals in a fresh white leather. Can't you just imagine these fitting in perfectly with a garden wedding?