Even though shopping for wedding shoe is as exciting and as fun as buying wedding dress, the whole thing can be stressful and believe it or not, frequently overlooked. 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. 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. 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’ll be having a beach wedding, then dressy flip-flops or flats can be a better option compared to 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. 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. As you go to these pages, you can get the chance to go for shoes that are closed or open toed, use as many colors as you like, put some patterns on it and many more.
To get rid of aches in your toes, consider buying comfy shoes like flip flops or ballet slippers for your reception. You can have these shoes monogrammed and/or buy them decorated specially for your big day or have a slumber party together with your bridesmaids and do DIY decorations. For your high heel shoes, there are many options of padding that can be worn. 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. Keep in mind that there are several pads available for heels as well as insoles giving emphasis on no-sweat and no-slip.