Meet the new flats

Rachel Simpson

Posted on April 27 2021

Meet the new flats


We are thrilled to introduce two new flat styles to the RS family as part of the Spring Summer collection. Here at Rachel Simpson we love a beautiful flat wedding shoe and want to have one for every bride, whatever their style. We've already got a fantastic selection which epitomise the signature RS style, but always love to hear to your feedback and suggestions for new colours and styles. As a result this season we've added two gorgeous new colours to expand the Rachel Simpson flat wedding shoe family even more.

Amber in ivory suede

Amber originally launched last year in beautiful powder pink suede, and instantly became a firm favourite. The softly pointed toe is incredibly flattering no matter what your foot size, with the Art Deco asymmetric appliqué detail creating a stunning focus. We love the contrast between the soft suede and the fan shaped leather motif, finished with a simple leather ankle strap to keep you secure from day to night.

We're excited to launch this new favourite in classic ivory suede- the combination of the ivory with the crisp gold appliqué is absolutely stunning and compliments pretty much any wedding dress!

Rachel Simpson Amber ivory flat wedding shoes

Willow in platinum glitter

Another favourite of the flats family, Willow is an elegant two part sandal featuring the distinct art deco fan motif seen in so many classic Rachel Simpson styles. It has all the elegance of a heel with the unbeatable comfort of a flat, and is versatile enough to compliment a wide range of wedding styles.

This season we've combined this new classic style with our stunning new platinum glitter...and we love it! If you're looking for some sparkle without compromising on comfort or a laid back fit, this one's for you!

Rachel Simpson Willow platinum glitter flat wedding shoes

Click here to shop the full collection of flat wedding shoes. 

Rachel Simpson flat wedding shoes

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