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Kate Spade bridal shoes are like the brand's regular shoes, but less colorful and more concerned with the cake matching the flowers. "Sometimes, it's just about recoloring or adding a special detail to transform any shoe into a bridal shoe," Deborah Lloyd told WWD. That sort of repurposing could be the secret to the company receiving the American Apparel & Footwear Association's Lifestyle Brand of the Year Award later this year. Or, maybe it's that Lloyd believes in "dressing our girl for every occasion of her life, and what bigger occasion is there than her wedding?" [WWD]