A BRIDE-TO-BE has gushed over her growing collection of bridal shoes from the ASOS sale – proving you don’t need to spend a fortune on nuptial accessories.
Nea Katrina is getting hitched this year but plans to wear a few pairs of shoes across her wedding celebrations.
These £24 heels have their very own veiltiktok/@neaakatriina
Nea’s collection of ASOS bridal heels has been “aisle approved” by fashion bossestiktok/@neaakatriina
So far, she has picked up three sets of white heels from ASOS.
The cheapest of her ivory collection only cost £21 in the e-retailer’s sale.
The Be Mine Bridal Saniyah heeled sandals with corsage in ivory satin have been reduced from £40 for 2024 brides.
The glossy heels have been “aisle approved” by ASOS bosses.
They feature an adjustable strap with a pin-buckle fastening, open toe and high-point heel.
But the star of Scotland-based Nea’s collection is the Be Mine Bridal Cynzia tulle bow detail sandals in ivory.
The glossy heels have their very own veil that drapes over the back of the foot.
They have been reduced to £24 from £40 for brides-to-be and are available in hues of white, beige or lilac.
Be Mine is a footwear brand that produces heels to take your wedding-day look from aisle-to-dancefloor
It has an exclusive range on ASOS, including stiletto and mule styles, in simple designs or complete with diamante embellishments.
If flat shoes are more your vibe, Be Mine also produces slingback flats and ballet pumps for brides.
Nea’s third pair of bridal heels is the ASOS DESIGN Hitched bow detail mid heeled sandals in ivory.
Priced at £40, they have a block three-inch heel for maximum comfort.
There’s an adjustable strap, peep toe and beautiful ruffled bow on the front.
Nea shared her findings on TikTok, revealing that her “collection is growing”.
“Oh my God, they are all so gorgeous,” one viewer commented.
“Yes to all!” another said.
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