Kim Kardashian's Custom-Made Wedding Shoes - All the Details!

Celebrity Style Aug. 30, 2011 AT 1:33PM
Kim Kardashian's Custom-Made Wedding Shoes - All the Details! Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic Kim Kardashian's Custom-Made Wedding Shoes - All the Details! Credit: KimKardashian.Celebuzz.com

Kim Kardashian isn't one to let her 5-foot-2 stature get her down -- the reality superstar is constantly reaching new heights in sky-high heels.

Such was the case for her August 20 nuptials in Montecito, Calif., where the famous bride tied the knot with her 6-foot-9 beau Kris Humphries. Decked out in a strapless ivory Vera Wang gown, Kardashian walked down the aisle in towering Giuseppe Zanotti platform pumps.

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The Italian shoe designer designed three different pairs of wedding day shoes for the E! star to go with each of her custom-made Vera Wang gowns.

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"The first pair went with the princess dress that I wore during the wedding ceremony. They are closed-toe off-white satin with the crystal heel. I needed the height and wanted a sturdy heel because I was so afraid I was going to trip walking down the aisle! LOL," the 30-year-old posted on her website along with a pic of the shoes on August 29.

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"For my mermaid gown I wore the peep toe white heels with the amazing beads on them," she continued. "And then thirdly, I wore the simple satin sling back peep toes with my simple satin old Hollywood gown."

Giuseppe Zanotti's luxe footwear styles are a red-carpet favorite among celebs. His platform peep-toe slingbacks retail for $595 and up and boast a 5.5-inch heel, while the double-platform pumps can run you $695 and add an impressive 5.75-inch boost to your height.

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