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  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Creative Director at Kate Spade, Deborah Lloyd, envisions Kate Middleton in an ivory silk slingback pump with gold, orange and pink confetti print completed with a silk satin bow.
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  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    To mimic the engagement ring, Stuart Weitzman says Middleton should wear a gold strappy sandal with sapphires placed on different areas of the straps.
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  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Walter Steiger was a favored footwear designer of the late Princess Diana. For Kate, Steiger designed a shoe inspired by Diana's favorite style, a strappy sandal in white satin topped with a precious stone and completed with his signature hook heel.
    Courtesy of Footwear News / Walter Steiger
  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Kevin Martel, the creative director at Harrys of London, suggests a black velvet loafer topped with a braided cord and grosgrain trim tassel for the Prince.
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  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Manolo Blahnik designed an ivory silk pump with organza lilies of the valley and sea pearls.
    Courtesy of Footwear News / Manolo Blahnik
  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    A white satin sandal with marabou feathers and multicolor Swarovski crystal gems is what Rene Caovilla says Kate should wear.
    Courtesy of Footwear News / Rene Caovilla
  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Cesare Casadei created a single-soled silk pump with jeweled straps and embroidered floral details.
    Courtesy of Footwear News / Cesare Casadei
  • Royal Wedding Shoe Sketches

    Daniel Silver, co-designer at Duckie Brown, said he created the "male glass silpper" for Prince William. This design includes a beaded brogue with dark turquoise, orange, red and chocolate beads.
    Courtesy of Footwear News / Duckie Brown
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