Loeffler Randall Spring 2011: Jessie Introduces Bridal

Loeffler Randall designer Jessie Randall skipped the clothes for Spring 2011. Instead of designing an apparel collection--which is on hiatus--her devoted followers are getting something new this season. Pun intended. In response to demand from friends and customers, Randall created a bridal shoe collection, featuring several of her favorite designs in cream, blush, satin, and chiffon. (It's priced between $295 and $625.) As a Spring 2011 bride, this certainly made me happy. Finding the right pair of wedding shoes is nearly as important as the gown itself. I'm particularly keen on the Noelle and Georgia styles, which mix sheer netting with satin. Of course, the main collection isn't bad, either.
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Loeffler Randall designer Jessie Randall skipped the clothes for Spring 2011. Instead of designing an apparel collection--which is on hiatus--her devoted followers are getting something new this season. Pun intended. In response to demand from friends and customers, Randall created a bridal shoe collection, featuring several of her favorite designs in cream, blush, satin, and chiffon. (It's priced between $295 and $625.) As a Spring 2011 bride, this certainly made me happy. Finding the right pair of wedding shoes is nearly as important as the gown itself. I'm particularly keen on the Noelle and Georgia styles, which mix sheer netting with satin. Of course, the main collection isn't bad, either.
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Loeffler Randall designer Jessie Randall skipped the clothes for Spring 2011. Instead of designing an apparel collection--which is on hiatus--her devoted followers are getting something new this season. Pun intended.

In response to demand from friends and customers, Randall created a bridal shoe collection, featuring several of her favorite designs in cream, blush, satin, and chiffon. (It's priced between $295 and $625.)

As a Spring 2011 bride, this certainly made me happy. Finding the right pair of wedding shoes is nearly as important as the gown itself. I'm particularly keen on the Noelle and Georgia styles, which mix sheer netting with satin.

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Of course, the main collection isn't bad, either. I'm particularly taken with the wooden heels Randall featured in several designs. And everyone's talking about those SUNO sandals and wedges designed for the duo's Spring 2011 show. Enjoy perusing what's on offer.