For the wedding It’s not only about the dress. For some brides these days, the shoes are commanding as much attention as the gown. More and more brides and grooms are veering outside of the traditional wedding shoes. From fuschia satin stilettos to multi-colored brogues, people are getting creative.
Rather than flout custom completely, some women stick with the traditional gown but go all out with their shoes to add an element of whimsy and reflect their personality. If towering neon heels are a little too wild for grandma, it’s not like you’re going to see them all night long or in all the photos. All brides, want people to remember specific details of their day, like “Did you see her hot-pink shoes?”An investment in a pair of statement shoes, not the staid white pair, allows them to be worn long after the wedding day, the shoes are hitting the pavement even when the honeymoon is over.
Besides for the reception, shoes that are comfortable and support you are important because you are going to be on your feet most of the night. Throughout your wedding, you will be the center of attention. Your dress, your demeanor, and your smile should look perfect, but your shoes can negatively affect the way you feel. Uncomfortable shoes can cause pain that can make standing unbearable. Your wedding shoes not only accent your dress; they also must fit properly and provide enough support so that you will be comfortable for hours. If you’re used to wearing heels, they won’t bother you as much as they would to others. However, if you seldom wear heels, you’d better go with a beautiful pair of flats when you prefer to be a little kinder to your feet.
Although most people suggest choosing a shade that exactly matches your dress, there’s no rule says you have to. If you want to spice things up, choose a color that matches the flowers of your bouquet, the sash on your wedding dress or your jewelry. Choosing a shoe with metallic element or glitter really make a statement. For brides who want to vary from tradition silver wedding shoes are also perfect. They go with pretty much every colour bridal dress and will help to highlight the details and bring out any silver beading or embellishments.
Post time: 08-31-2015