Buying the Perfect Bridal Shoe
Shopping for matching wedding shoe sounds fun and exciting but it can also prove to be among the most difficult, stressful and overlooked items on the wedding list. Here are a number of things that you’ve got to be aware of when buying wedding shoe.
After picking your wedding dress, next thing you should buy is the shoes to go match for it. As much as possible, go with shoes that do reflect the style of the gown you’ve bought. Go to a local mall and canvass for different types and designs of shoes, you may also window shop to see the ones available. Try high heels and flats to be able to figure out what looks better on your dress and what is more comfortable to wear. Shoes that are comfortable from start is easier to break in.
Also, it can help you in your decision in including the wedding venue to the equation. If you are going to have a beach wedding, consider buying dressy flip-flops or flats instead of glittering strappy sandals. Be sure as well that you’ve chosen the right height for the heels and alter your dress while wearing them. Before you go buy the heels, get help from the clerk if it’s the size you need. Believe it or not, a big number of women are wearing shoes that are a size smaller than what they actually need. Weight gain or loss can both cause your feet to swell or shrink.
Brides of today are opting for bold color for the shoe but if you’ll take a look several years before, it is hard to find bridal shoes in different colors. Some websites even let you customize the shoe. These sites allow you to go from closed or open toed, display as many patterns and colors as you like while having the choice for heel height and whether you want to add ruffles or laces.
Now, to relieve ache in your toes, try buying comfy shoes similar to flip flops or ballet slippers on the reception. You may ask you bridesmaid to help in decorating the shoe or you can go for an easier route in monogramming the shoes and/or buying them decorated intentionally for your wedding. There are different padding that you can wear for high heel shoes. Be it foam pads or gel circles, each option has a benefit. Try it with an old pair of shoes or when wearing the new shoes for the first time. Keep in mind that there are several pads available for heels as well as insoles giving emphasis on no-sweat and no-slip.