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Kate Spade and Keds Made Sneakers Dressy Enough to Wear to Your Wedding

New styles were just added to the growing collection.
IMAGE COURTESY KATE SPADE / KEDS
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Not every bride wants to wear stilettos down the aisle. Thankfully, Kate Spade and Keds have come together to fill the hole in the market for sporty, casual—but still a little dressy—bridal footwear. And today, they're expanding the collection of glittery, bow-bedecked footwear. We rounded up our favorite styles from the new collection below—then head over to Keds or Kate Spade to start shopping ASAP.

Champion Glitter


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$85
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Triple Decker Satin Bow in Black


$120
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Triple Decker Glitter in White


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$90
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Triple Decker Glitter in Cream


$90
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Triple Decker Satin Bow in Cream


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$120
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Triple Decker Satin with Pearl Foxing


$120
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