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Jimmy Choo unveils Bridal Collection
February 1, 2016, 10:36 am

With its extensive Bridal Collection and dedicated bridal services, Jimmy Choo has long been the go-to shoe to accompany brides down the aisle on their special day. The Jimmy Choo Bridal Collection offers a wardrobe of exquisite styles from the timeless elegance of ivory satin courts and sleek strappy sandals to the Hollywood glamour of crystal embellished pumps and fashion-forward seasonal designs.

For 2016, the emphasis is on couture detailing with key new styles – sandals, pumps and flats – adorned with an array of ethereal feathers, Swarovski crystals, lace, beading and glitter finishes. Bridal evening bags complement the collection and include sleek clutches, jewel encrusted minaudieres and elegant wristlets.

For brides looking for something exceptional, Jimmy Choo’s Made-to-Order service offers an alluring suite of signature styles that can be custom-made in a myriad of colours, textures and finishes. To create the ultimate keep-sake, Made-to-Order bridal shoes can also be personalized to incorporate monogram brass initials, or a number plaque on the sole of each shoe to commemorate the wedding date.

Ensuring an unparalleled shopping experience, Jimmy Choo also offers a range of unique bridal services including Champagne shopping days for bridal parties and shoe re-colouring; both before the ceremony to match the dress, and after the ceremony to ensure the newlywed can
wear the shoes again.

The Jimmy Choo Bridal Collection is available at all freestanding Jimmy Choo stores worldwide.  A dedicated online bridal boutique at features the signature bridal collection alongside dedicated areas devoted to the Mother of the Bride, Bridesmaids, Groom, guests and honeymoon. No appointment is necessary but fittings may be scheduled online at The site also offers an online wedding advisory service at

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