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. Go with shoes that are reflecting the style of gown you have purchased. Go to local mall and do some canvassing for different designs and types of shoes, you might want to window shop in order to see which are currently 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. It is easy to break in for shoes that are comfortable to wear from the very start.
Also, it can help you in your decision in including the wedding venue to the equation. Rather than buying glittering sandals, it is preferable to purchase a pair of dressy flip-flops or flats especially if you’ll have a beach wedding. Be sure as well that you’ve chosen the right height for the heels and alter your dress while wearing them. Prior to shopping for a pair of heels, check your size with the salesperson attending you. 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.
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 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. 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. There are lots of padding that can be worn for your high heel shoes. Every option offers great benefit be it foam pads, gel circles etc. Be sure to try it out when breaking-in your new pair of shoes or test it with an old pair. Always take into mind that there are insoles you can buy if you want no-sweat and no-slip.