For her wedding day, Kate Middleton stepped out in custom-made shoes by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton and her design team, which perfectly complemented her lace wedding dress by the British designer. The elegant wedding shoes that Middleton wore for her walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey were made with "ivory duchesse satin with lace hand-embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework," according to the Royal Web site.
While, it may take weeks for lace gowns "inspired" by Middleton's wedding day style to hit bridal boutiques, brides-to-be (and royal enthusiast fashionistas) can already purchase shoes similar to her pair at the online designer shopping site Net-a-porter.
The London-based fashion site is exclusively offering lace-covered nude satin pumps by Alexander McQueen. The ladylike round-toe heels are 4 ½-inches high and retail for $995.
For brides wanting more fashion-forward footwear, the site also offers an exclusive pair of 6-inch white silk-satin heels with a bold white and gold resin leaf heel by Alexander McQueen that cost $1,675.
The towering platforms are more royal wedding guest Victoria Beckham than bride Kate Middleton, but both are sure to add chicness to any look.