How to Buy Bridal Shoe?
It sounds exciting and fun to shop for matching wedding shoes but this at the same time can be stressful and difficult and believe it or not, oftentimes overlooked. To ensure that you are going to buy the right wedding shoe, here are several tips that you must be mindful about.
After picking your wedding dress, next thing you should buy is the shoes to go match for it. 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. The only way that you do in ensuring that the shoe compliments the dress and that it is not uncomfortable to wear is by trying it out. You can easily break in shoes that you feel comfortable wearing on.
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. Make sure that you have picked the right height of heels and even consider altering your dress as you wear them. Before you go buy the heels, get help from the clerk if it’s the size you need. As a matter of fact, many women wear shoes that are smaller than their feet. Weight gain or loss can both cause your feet to swell or shrink.
In the past, bridal shoes only come in white color to complement the dress but nowadays, you’ll see that there are many brides who opt for bolder colors. Some sites make it possible for customers to customize their shoes. 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. 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. There are different padding that you can wear for high heel shoes. 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. There are many pads that you can get for heels and insoles that focuses more on no-sweat and no-slip.