By Daniela Degrassi

 

Well, the name kind of says it all. This is the ultimate feminine strappy sandal, sleek and elegant, and divinely vegan! New York based shoe brand Veerah is no stranger to The Kind Bride (remember their Spring Capsule Collection unveiling?)

We always keep a close eye to their beautiful and fair trade made shoes. And our hearts get really soft for them because Veerah shoes aren’t just gorgeous bridal footwear that can be worn after the wedding day, they are also sustainably made. The Venus, for example, is brought to life from nine recycled plastic bottles!

Back to their stylish look, the Venus is fashioned with cruelty-free uppers that look and feel like silk and they can be worn in 3 different ways. Wear it the classic way with a color matching strap or reverse the strap for a touch of glitter and shine, and of course take it to the altar with the ultra-sexy bow tie scarf.

And let’s talk about comfort. I love the brand transparency and specificity of their shoe making process. There’s a thoughtful design with a cushion ball and arch support, impact absorbing foam, a soft breathable microfiber and even the sandal band is cushioned for a gentler impact with your feet.  You can also learn more about Veerah material sourcing and production steps in their about page.

You can pre-order your favorite Venus online (it comes in three color choices: Gold Goddess, Black Tie or Silver Starlight) and their estimated delivery is set in early September. And, if you are in Los Angeles, we’ll be showcasing a beautiful Veerah shoes line up at our Luxe and Kind Bridal Boutique, the world’s first vegan bridal fair. Come and see the Venus up close!

 

 

 

 

 

An incurable enthusiast and independent spirit since she could remember (her childhood heroines were Pippi Longstockings and Katharine Hepburn) Daniela Degrassi found her creative outlet as a lifestyle photographer, working mainly in Northern California. Currently splitting her time between SF Bay Area and her native Italy to continue to be her autistic sister’s primary caregiver. Vegan since 2014, she found a perfect way to carry her message of compassion while celebrating her love for the wedding industry launching The Kind Bride in February 2018.