Sarah Jessica Parker Adds Bridal Shoes to Shoe Line

Most of us who watch Sex and the City re-runs, or even, the movie, can agree that Carrie Bradshaw’s fashion sense is one we’d love to emulate.

Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is a columnist in the city of New York. So it is not surprising that she is always dressed to impress.

Once Parker realized that so many women admired her character’s look, she decided to come out with a shoe line that would both mirror Bradshaw’s shoes and keep her style alive: “The colorful line, called the SJP Collection, includes over 25 Italian-crafted shoes, handbags and a classic “Manhattan” trench coat, all inspired by Parker’s personal style” (Danika Fears).

Now Parker is adding a bridal collection to her shoe line. Because, well, every woman wants the perfect shoes to go with their perfect dress on their perfect wedding day.

“The collection debuts new shades, like magenta, shimmering light pink and each pair includes that ‘something blue’ — a grosgrain ribbon stripe on the back of the shoe, an SJP signature throughout her line,” reports People Style Watch.

For the record, Parker’s “covering the summer issue of Martha Stewart Weddings to celebrate her eponymous collection’s expansion into bridal shoes” (

And in case this isn’t exciting enough, the feature is also said to include Parker’s bridal tips for achieving perfect wedding day style. Again, the key word here is perfect.

Parker speaks on perfection in one of her bridal tips, stating: “Instead of working to make sure everything’s perfect, all the time, revel in the moments when guests loosen up. I think it’s nice when there are children running around with their bows untied and hair disheveled. It relaxes and touches people.”

So while Parker’s new shoe line can provide you with the perfect wedding day look, try and remember that living in the moment and enjoying your wedding (despite its imperfections) will allow you to have the perfect wedding day experience.

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