Meet our t-bar wedding shoe favourites
Posted on August 23 2020
A t-bar is a great choice for your wedding shoes for a few reasons. Number one is that a t-bar is incredibly flattering and slightly elongates the appearance of your legs, which can only be a good thing right? Secondly t-bar shoes give you a really supportive fit because the central strap runs vertically up the foot and holds the horizontal ankle strap in place. So it's double the security and makes you feel super 'held in' all day. And lastly there is just something rather elegant about a t-bar, maybe it's because it has a decidedly vintage feel, having really come into popularity during the 1920s. Whatever the reason we all love a t-bar so today we're introducing you to some of our Rachel Simpson favourites.
Quite probably the most famous Rachel Simpson t-bar is Mimosa, which originally launched back in 2013. Now available in six different colours, Mimosa has walked hundreds of happy brides down the aisle and continues to be a well loved favourite of the RS family.
Another RS classic, Isla is a beautiful t-bar peep toe sitting on a super wearable low heel. We love the delicate appliqued gold and silver leaves, which are echoed front and back. Available in classic ivory and vintage inspired mint green.
New this year, Francoise brings a stunning touch of Art Deco to the Rachel Simpson t-bar family. Made in classic ivory suede, we love the scalloped panels with delicate gold highlights.
Rosita is a truly romantic t-bar shoe with an elegantly rounded toe and effortless low heel. The signature RS teardrop shapes look almost like petals adorning the front of the shoe beautifully.
Gardenia has almost been in the collection as long as Mimosa, and we think of her as Mimosa's closed toe counterpart. With an elegant rounded almond toe and tapered low heel, she is as comfortable as she is stylish and is available in either classic ivory or chic pale blue.
Click here to view our full collection of t-bar wedding shoes and of course, don't forget your matching clutch!