Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bridal Shoe Line Means All Girls Can Have A Carrie Bradshaw Wedding

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  • The actress debuts her sparkling collection of embellished special occasion courts. We're smitten.

    Sarah Jessica Parker is continuing her quest to take over the fashion world.

    The actress has now designed a line of bridal shoes, meaning women can have their very own Carrie Bradshaw moment when they tie the knot.

    Embellished with gems and available in a range of shades from purple to royal blue, they are something we can certainly imagine Sarah’s Sex And The City alter-ego wearing.

    We can totally see a touch of the iconic Manolo Blahnik heels she wore to exchange vows with Mr Big in the first film adaptation of the TV series about them.

    Sarah’s been busy sharing close-up snaps of her newest venture on line and it’s fair to say that she’s caused quite a buzz among fans.

    These would have been mine if they were available when I got married,’ one user wrote about the chic pale lace pair decorated with a fine baby blue strip.

    They are perfection!

    Another follower declared: ‘O. M. G. I am in love!!! They are fab!!!

    Shoppers can snap up a pair (or two) of 56-year-old Sarah’s collection of special occasion heels online at Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom and Zappos Couture.

    The announcement comes just weeks after she revealed that her 29-piece footwear line will be stocked at Bloomingdale’s famous flagship store in New York.

    Sarah’s news, however, caused quite a bit of confusion among her followers. She posted a cryptic message online the day before as a teaser, but it led fans to think she was actually confirming news of a new SATC movie.

    Well. I guess the cat’s out of the (little brown) bag. As usual, we will keep you posted on every detail as we are able,’ she mysteriously stated last month.

    I’m under strict gag order until then. Xx, Sj.

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