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.
Buying the shoes that’ll match your wedding dress is a no-brainer. As much as possible, go with shoes that do reflect the style of the gown you’ve bought. Spend the time roaming local malls and canvass for the different shoe design and types; window shopping for such can really help a lot in your decision. Try high heels as well as flats to find out what accentuates your dress the better and which between the two is more comfortable to wear. You can easily break in shoes that you feel comfortable wearing on.
Not only that, it will be smart to consider the venue of the wedding. If you are going to have a beach wedding, consider buying dressy flip-flops or flats instead of glittering strappy sandals. As for the heels, see to it that it is of the right height and if needed be, have your dress altered as you wear it. Prior to shopping for a pair of heels, check your size with the salesperson attending you. Majority of the women are wearing shoe sizes that are smaller than what they need. The reason for this is weight gain or loss as it makes the feet to either swell or shrink.
Back then, bridal shoes were white in order to complement the dress but today, there are a lot of brides who accentuate their dress with bolder shoe color. In fact, with so much demand for colored shoes on wedding, there are many sites that allow customers to customize it. These websites let you choose from either closed or open toed, display many patterns and colors while giving a choice of heel height and optional ruffles or laces.
To get rid of aches in your toes, consider buying comfy shoes like flip flops or ballet slippers for your reception. If you want to, you can monogrammed these shoes or get them decorated for the purpose of your wedding or, you can throw a slumber party with your bridesmaid and do a DIY instead. For your high heel shoes, there are many options of padding that can be worn. From gel circles to foam pads, each carry its unique benefit for your feet. Be sure to try it out when breaking-in your new pair of shoes or test it with an old pair. Keep in mind that there are several pads available for heels as well as insoles giving emphasis on no-sweat and no-slip.