Brian Atwood 2013 Shoe Collection – For The Special Bride

Posted on May 13 2013 - 7:22pm by Melissa Horrocks

Brian Atwood designs aesthetically pleasing footwear for both day or night. Why not make a statement with wonderful, stylish creations? From a designer who knows a thing or two about designing great looking, statement shoes. No woman looks out of place wearing Brian Atwood and you will be the envy of friends. Brides-to-be can marvel at the Brian Atwood Bridal Collection, specifically created for women who want to look special on their wedding day.

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The Brian Atwood Bridal Collection, features 13 shoe designs with one bedazzling, nude, satin, Swarovski crystal covered handbag. Each item is very subtle and adds a touch of class to a woman’s wardrobe. The collection has little details like flowers and satin bows added for special effect. In addition, the neutral colored shoes look amazing with any wedding dress.

The range varies in price from $895 to $5,295 and is being released in stores during June. Whilst it might seem expensive, surely you deserve to be spoilt on your wedding day? It’s time to start saving and look forward to some amazing styles to compliment your look.

Brian Atwood is a luxury shoe designer who is targeting a new, potential bridal market with his newest collection. Brian Atwood is known for his red carpet, classic designs and is based in New York City. The new bespoke bridal collection has 13 customizable footwear creations. These once in a lifetime designs may carry a hefty price tag, but they are worth every dollar. Brian Atwood has grown into a cult for his amazing high heeled statements. Known for his luxurious python skin, fringing and jewels there isn’t a detail he leaves out.

Atwood has won awards for his clever designs and is well known throughout America. Atwood can even put his name to designing bespoke heels for Miss Piggy in the Muppet’s. Now that’s something to be proud of! So why not treat yourself, beat the crowds and be one of the first people to own a pair of shoes from the Brian Atwood Bridal Collection?