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Are you a bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding? Congratulations! If your bridesmaid dress is brown and you don’t know what shoes to wear, fear not! Your options are endless!

Pay attention to the style of wedding you’re attending. If you’re going to be outside in a ceremony by a romantic lake or barn, the bride may be shooting for a country theme. Or, perhaps she’s having a wedding that’s classic, elegant, and traditional in a church. Always make sure your shoes and accessories convey the theme of the wedding or the personality of the bride. The best shoe color options for brown dresses include tans, browns, and golds. If brown is the main color focus of your look, then this is pretty much the rule of thumb. Here are the best shoes to wear with a brown bridesmaid dress:

The cowboy boot

If the wedding is outdoors and includes rustic, romantic details like burlap table runners or mason jar lanterns, this option is for you. The classic cowboy boot adds fun flair to any short bridesmaids dress, but is a definite go-to for brown dresses. A style like this is perfect for a long night of line dancing and fun! There are a variety of styles like these at different price ranges that you can find all over the internet.

The strappy sandal

A strappy sandal is another great option to wear with a brown bridesmaid dress. Whether you go with a high heel, a flat, or a moderate heel, a strappy sandal is perfect for a traditional wedding in a church or on the beach. Again, check with the bride to see what she has in mind for the wedding. Plus, these shoes can be worn again with your everyday attire.

This gold sparkly heel is elegant, yet fun. The back detail is to die for, and the heel can make any girl feel like Cinderella. Again, it is advisable to choose a gold colored shoe if you’re pairing it with a brown dress.

Here is another neutral heel that is less flashy, but just as beautiful. This type of shoe is definitely more of a modern, sleek twist to the formal wedding shoe.

Last but not least, you could opt for a traditional, formal wedding shoe. These have a lower heel and complement many different dress styles. They also give your ensemble a bit of party bling.

The options are endless if you just stick within the wedding’s color scheme. The shoe world is your oyster!

Which pair are your favorite?