Jessica Simpson models a wedding dress as she debuts her new shoe line


Here comes the bride! Jessica Simpson models a wedding dress as she debuts new shoe line for a walk down the aisle: ‘I am a hopeless romantic’

Pinup Jessica Simpson announced on Thursday she has a new shoe line coming out.

The 41-year-old reality TV star has now designed wedding shoes, perfect for fashion-forward brides, she shared on social media.

And to promote the new collection, the Public Affair singer modeled a strapless wedding dress a veil as she looked ready to say ‘I do.’

Beautiful bride: Jessica Simpson was seen in a strapless wedding dress as she plugged her new wedding shoe collection

The Texas native had on a sparkly light beige dress as she looked down with her hair blonde falling down her back.

The movie star turned designer has been been a bride twice before: when she wed Nick Lachey in 2002 and when she tied the knot with Eric Johnson in 2014.

So she knows a thing or two about looking her very best on the big day.

Jessica and her mother Tina, who helps her run her company, recently spoke to TheKnot.com about the launch of the newest Bridal shoes capsule collection.

Blingy: Jessica and her mother Tina, who helps her run her company, recently spoke to TheKnot.com about the launch of the newest Bridal shoes capsule collection

Blingy: Jessica and her mother Tina, who helps her run her company, recently spoke to TheKnot.com about the launch of the newest Bridal shoes capsule collection

For this capsule, the brand included varieties for every style of bride and type of celebration. 

‘We have platforms for height under your dress, pumps that would look chic with a suit, and block heels for outdoor ceremonies,’ it was shared by Jessica on The Knot.

‘We did a few different silhouettes and heel heights in satins and glitz to fit each of their personalities. The Balina, in this line, is actually one of those styles.

High: For this capsule, the brand included varieties for every style of bride and type of celebration. 'We have platforms for height under your dress, pumps that would look chic with a suit, and block heels for outdoor ceremonies,' it was shared by Jessica

High: For this capsule, the brand included varieties for every style of bride and type of celebration. ‘We have platforms for height under your dress, pumps that would look chic with a suit, and block heels for outdoor ceremonies,’ it was shared by Jessica

Bring it on: 'We did a few different silhouettes and heel heights in satins and glitz to fit each of their personalities. The Balina, in this line, is actually one of those styles

Bring it on: ‘We did a few different silhouettes and heel heights in satins and glitz to fit each of their personalities. The Balina, in this line, is actually one of those styles

Meaning: 'To be able to create the shoe that is worn by women on such a meaningful and memorable occasion is a true honor for me! I am a hopeless romantic, so just picturing all of these gorgeous brides walking down the aisle and dancing the night away (these shoes are comfortable) brings me pure happiness'

Meaning: ‘To be able to create the shoe that is worn by women on such a meaningful and memorable occasion is a true honor for me! I am a hopeless romantic, so just picturing all of these gorgeous brides walking down the aisle and dancing the night away (these shoes are comfortable) brings me pure happiness’

‘Sapphire is a symbol of power, abundance and serenity (it is also Eric’s birthstone). I thought it was the perfect “something blue” as a little blessing to give brides on their wedding day,’ added Jessica.

‘To be able to create the shoe that is worn by women on such a meaningful and memorable occasion is a true honor for me! 

‘I am a hopeless romantic, so just picturing all of these gorgeous brides walking down the aisle and dancing the night away (these shoes are comfortable) brings me pure happiness,’ said Simpson.

‘Wedding shoes should be a keepsake and heirloom! We wanted to honor that with thoughtful details.’

Her big day: At her wedding with second husband Eric Johnson in 2014

Her big day: At her wedding with second husband Eric Johnson in 2014

This comes after Simpson said she is ‘on a budget’ after her credit card was declined.

The pop star had been trying to make a purchase at fast food chain Taco Bell but was unsuccessful and is now using cash as she joked that she is now having to budget while she waits for a new card.

She said: ‘I have no working credit card. It’s OK. I will pay in cash. I went to Taco Bell the other day, and my card got denied. I’m on a budget, ladies!’

The ‘I Wanna Love You Forever’ hitmaker – who has Maxwell, nine, Ace, eight, and Birdie, three, with her husband Eric Johnson – went on to explain that there is a ‘fear’ attached to money but ‘believes in herself’ when it comes to business decisions.

Speaking on daytime talk show ‘The Real’, she said: ‘With money, there’s just so much fear attached to it. I’m the person that you get mad at at the blackjack table. I’ll put it all out there if it’s me that’s driving the show because I believe in myself and I know what I can do. And I know that nothing will stop me, and if you try to stop me, I’ll try harder.’

It comes just days after the star announced that she will be expanding her eponymous fashion brand – the Jessica Simpson Collection – to feature men’s clothing for the first time and wants her husband to model for it.

She said: ‘We are going into boys and men’s clothing, which I’ve always wanted to do, because I know how a guy’s butt should look in their jeans. My husband’s a good model for it, but he would never do it. Maybe I could convince him

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