Sparkles, jewel tones, and spikes… OH MY! If you envied Carrie Bradshaw’s wedding shoes in the Sex And The City movie, a statement heel is just what the doctor ordered. If you are wearing a short or tea length wedding gown, consider wearing a statement shoe in a color other than white.
If you are wearing white shoes consider the fact that white comes in varying shades. To ensure that your shoes match your dress, bring them when picking out your gown.
When picking out a heel/heel height think about the venue…will you be walking down a sandy aisle, or a rose scattered grass aisle? You don’t want to take those steps and struggle to keep your heels from sticking in the ground. If heels aren’t your thing…sandals and flats may be the way to go!
Wearing your brand new shoes the day of your wedding is never a good idea. You should have your shoes purchased and with you for your dress fittings to ensure the perfect hem length. They need to be broken in days before the wedding, and to be on the safe side, weeks. If you are choosing a beautiful, but painful pair of stilettos you can put inserts to add a little extra bounce to your step.
If you want to dance the night away, you may want to bring a pair of flats to change into!
Designer shoes to dream about….or SPLURGE on: