Bridal Espadrilles


      Espadrilles are a comfortable alternative to classic wedding shoes to slip into comfortably. The loafers are made of airy natural materials like cotton or linen and the sole is wrapped with raffia, hemp, cork or sisal. Espadrilles harmonise with your boho wedding dress and easily fit in your bag for a shoe change in a wild party night.

      In our noni online store we have espadrilles with ribbons, simple slip-on shoes in different colours, wedge heels or espadrilles with lace. To make your bridal look perfect, we have also made some of the summery shoe models from the matching lace of popular noni lace toppers.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      **Please note: We can only take back shoes if the shoes, protective film and packaging are in perfect condition.** At noni, all items can be returned free of charge. If you are not sure about a size or a model, feel free to order several models.  Please only try on your ordered shoes on a carpet. Wooden or stone floors can easily scratch the sole. If you don't have a carpet, put a blanket or towel underneath to try on the shoes. Please repack the shoes carefully and make sure that the heel does not press into the leather of the other shoe. Depending on the manufacturer, there may be a thin protective film under the sole of your shoe. However, this only protects your shoes from light wear, such as trying them on carefully on a carpeted floor. After deciding on your dream shoe, you can remove the film.  Please use our or another sturdy box for the return shipment.
      Wedges are a comfortable alternative to classic bridal shoes and, thanks to natural materials such as cork, wood, bast or sisal, go perfectly with boho wedding dresses. "Wedge" describes the wedge heel shape of the shoe. Wedges with raffia heels are a feminine version of classic espadrilles and make you long for summer, the beach and the sea.
      Espadrilles are summery slip-ons that you can slip into comfortably. Classically, these airy shoes are made of natural materials such as cotton or linen. Their flat heel is often covered with a weave of knotted plant fibres such as raffia, flax or sisal and connected to the upper material by rough stitches.