If The Wedding Shoe Fits…
Your wedding shoes are extremely important. Not only will they complete your look, but they will also need to support you down the aisle and throughout the reception. So, whether you are looking for comfort or style, it is important to select wisely. The Pearl’s Place Bridal team has put together some expert tips to help you select the perfect shoes for your big day.
Select Your Wedding Dress First
Your wedding shoes should compliment the style of your dress. The length and cut of the wedding dress may determine what type of shoe and heel height you should wear. If you are wearing a dress that reveals your feet, your shoes will get a lot more attention.
Consider The Venue
If you are getting married at a venue outdoors or on a beach, it can definitely impact your shoe decision. Are their stairs, gravel pathways, or a slippery dance floor at your venue? Consider these important venue details before you settle on the perfect stiletto high heel.
Comfort Is Important
Do not give up on comfort for style. It is not worth torturing your feet and suffering during the ceremony and the reception.
A Little Bit Of Bling
Rhinestones and other sparkles are beautiful embellishments on a pair of shoes. But, be careful that they do not get caught on your dress or rip the lining as you walk down the aisle or dance at your reception.
Fitting Your Wedding Dress
Before you fit your wedding dress and change the length, it is important to already have your shoes. Bring them when you get your dress tailored for every fitting.
Wedding Shoes Can Be Worn Again
Wedding shoes can be worn again after your wedding. So, do not feel bad about paying a little more for them. Also, don’t forget some shoes can also be dyed another color.
Break Your Shoes In…A Little
It is important to break your shoes in a little bit before the big day. Also, scuff the bottoms a little so you don’t slip.
Final Wedding Tip
No one ever said that you had to settle on just one pair of shoes for your big day. You may want to have three different pairs: one for walking down the aisle, one for dancing, and another for your reception dress or going away outfit.
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