The Brand

Inspired by the Italian word for “Beautiful”, Bella Belle is renowned for exquisite details and beloved for comfort. A disruptor to cookie-cutter shoes, Bella Belle has earned a devoted global following with its feminine and ethereal shoes.


A Bella Belle lady is someone who is authentic to herself and defines her own style with ease. A romantic at heart, you embrace being a confident woman and showcase your real beauty unabashedly. Your secret weapon is mastering the art of dressing up an outfit with signature shoes.

"Stunning" & "Comfortable" are two words often used to describe our shoes

The Shoe

We believe in the virtues of quality, comfort, and craftsmanship. Each detail of our shoe is hand-cut, sewn and lasted for that unsurpassed durability. We use only the finest and most luxurious materials to construct our shoes. Engineered for comfort, each shoe is cushioned with thick padding for all-day wear.

The Philosophy

Besides making Bella Belle women feel beautiful in our shoes, we believe in the importance of women's empowerment. We work closely with women-owned businesses in our network of suppliers and vendors. We are also proud supporter of Dress for Success, a non-profit organization that empowers women through economic achievement around the globe.

The Faces


The shoe-obsessed one, Erina’s passion for design started in Architecture. After her formal training and a brief stint as an architect, she realized her actual dream was to become a #LadyBoss. Equipped with her technical background, love for designs, and endless entrepreneurial spirits, she set her foot forward with Bella Belle and never looked back. She enjoys taking laid-back trips to coastal towns in New England and loves a good white T-shirt.


To Veronyca, Bella Belle exists first and foremost in the happiness industry, and it just happens to be in the shoe category. Her heart flutters when she receives emails from happy ladies after they receive their orders. A passion project with her best friend, Bella Belle is a medium for her Excel-loving and Instagram-obsessed self to sharpen her craft. She loves white kitchens with gold accents, and can be found at Japanese restaurants.

Photography by Laura Gordon