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From last year’s very hush-hush New York courtroom wedding to their private, celebrity guests-packed, round-two, religious ceremony that happened on Monday in South Carolina, it’s more than clear the Biebers want to keep the special, intimate moments in their lives, well, intimate.
So intimate that Hailey Baldwin avoided paparazzi by walking to the chapel in a moving tent.
Aside from the few photo booth shots that both Justin and Hailey posted onto Instagram, it’s still unclear if the two will share official photos from their wedding. As we wait for even a quick glimpse of Hailey’s gown (not to be confused with her reception dress), we do know what she wore to her rehearsal dinner.
Kicking off the wedding celebration on Sunday, the 22-year old arrived at the rehearsal cocktail dinner wearing a custom corseted Vivienne Westwood mini dress. The model paired the ivory silk off-the-shoulder dress with Jimmy Choo Aveline 100 ($1,175), latte sandal with asymmetric grosgrain mesh fascinator bows, while now-hubby Justin cleaned up nicely wearing white polo, chino pants and Sperry Boat Shoes ($130) to match — a very rare look for the 25-year old.
While we nod our heads at Bieber for ditching his usual sleazy treads, the Canadian pop singer scores major style points for making us re-think this men’s fashion staple with fresh eyes. Yeah, we’re talking about boat shoes — an appropriate choice of footwear, as the couple and their guests travelled to the venue in small private boats.
The perfect combination of class and comfort, boat shoes are an iconic style that pairs well with almost any outfit. Not only do these make a great alternative for dress shoes and loafers as Bieber proves, but they’re a great choice to pack for vacation. To channel Bieber’s pre-wedding ensemble for resort wear, we’ve gathered a list of top-rated boat shoes to help you get the look.
Shop it: $130, Sperry