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Sarah Jessica Parker launches bridal range

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As her on screen alter ego Carrie Bradshaw in Sex And The City, Sarah Jessica Parker lives and breathes shoes. Now the actress, who has her own footwear collection, is using her real life shoe wisdom and launching a bridal range.

And just as we've come to expect from SJP, think killer style, unexpected shades and beautiful details with blue lace adorning the heel of one shoe.

A little like the blue Manolo Blahniks Carrie wore when she finally married her Mr Big the shoes are crammed with jewels and come in a variety of colours - from pale green to bright blue to a deep plum shade and a shimmering pinkish white.

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SJP launches bridal range

"Growing up in Ohio, my brothers and sisters and I would make a special trip twice a year to buy new shoes,” she tells Martha Stewart Weddings. That serious love led her to create the SJP collection, a line of killer styles that had fans flocking to stores just a year ago. 

Announcing the launch a few days ago on Instagram Sarah said : "Our big secret, finally revealed. The SJP Collection: Bridal. This has been a hard one to keep quiet. Among your many inquiries.

"Introducing new silhouettes, some classic styles, and a gorgeous assortment of colors that we hope you all love as much as we do. And can you spot our "something blue"?"

Sarah, 50, describes her own wedding outfit of a black dress when she married husband Matthew Broderick, 53, in 1997 as her "biggest fashion regret," and reveals that if she had her time over, the dress wouldn't defy convention quite so much. "If I were getting married today, I'd likely wear cream, just to have that bridal experience," she says. "Now I would want my dress to have an Oscar de la Renta feel, pockets below the waist, a very fitted bodice, a huge skirt, in taffeta or duchesse satin. That silhouette appeals to me because it's old-fashioned yet can look very modern."

Surely it's time for a vow renewal ceremony complete with said Carrie-esque dress? 

Here is a sneak peek at some of the shoes in the brand new collection available online at Nordstrom, Zappos and Bloomingdales.com with prices around £300 for a pair

See more of the range at @sjpcollection 

Oh Mary

Oh Mary £405.74

Tempest

Tempest price: tbc

SJP bridal shoe

SJP bridal shoe, cost: TBC

SJP Bridal Shoe

SJP Maddalena Price: £378

SJP Bridal Shoe

SJP Bridal Shoe, Fawn in Lace, Price: £242.75

SJP Bridal Shoe

SJP Bridal Shoe, Price: TBC

SJP Bridal Shoe

SJP Bridal Shoe, Tempest, Price TBC

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