"Where did you get those shoes?"

Chaos & Harmony's shoes are conversation-starters because each pair has been designed to be standalone - to have something distinct about them.
 

Each shoe is handmade using products that are forgiving on your feet through factories with ethical practices. 

THE CHAOS & HARMONY SHOES WE'RE SO INTO:

The perfect heel - elegant and understated, but also comfortable for all-day wear - for the bride planning a classic, timeless wedding.

For the bride who loves a statement shoe, these ceremony heels in confetti leather will bring much joy to their wearer.

These striking heels are perfect for the bride who likes to stand out or even as a statement shoe for your bridal party.

CHAMPAGNE

Divine Boot

For the bride who likes to be a little different, and wants make a memorable statement on their wedding day, Chaos & Harmony's wedding boots are a perfect choice.

Passion

Evermore

This feminine blush velvet mid-heel, with flattering cut-outs, is great for lengthening the leg and comfortable enough to wear all day.

This timeless mid-height sandal looks great with any dress style, from lace to silk to tulle.

Eternal

Rosette

Soft powder blue leather has given this beautiful shoe a classic yet distinct look.

This bold, blue stiletto court heel is perfect for the fashion-forward bride looking for her 'Something Blue'.

Does Chaos & Harmony offer refunds?
 

If your shoes do not fit correctly, you can choose to return or exchange them. Chaos & Harmony will provide a full refund on returns within 14 days from the date your order is received. If the shoes you'd like to return were on sale, you will have 7 days to return them in their original purchase condition.

Who founded Chaos & Harmony?
 

Chaos & Harmony's creative director Rebecca Anderson started the company over 10 years ago. The name Chaos & Harmony reflects her lifelong love of textures, materials and leathers to create depth  – it brings about a curious contradiction. It also subtly sums up a woman’s world! Rebecca studied shoe design at the Instituo Europeo di Design in Rome, Italy. She was taught by tutors who had worked at Valentino and Fendi.