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You’ve found the perfect wedding dress, decided how your hair will look, sorted your accessories and had a dream make-up trial…
But as every woman who grew up reading about Cinderella will know, her outfit wasn’t complete without her glass slipper!
Here are five tips to choosing the perfect wedding shoes.
Raw silk, crepe or satin shoes are popular choices for many brides as they match the fabrics of most bridal gowns. However, diverting from the norm and selecting a different fabric from the dress can add a unique touch to your overall ensemble.
You can go the traditional route and choose a colour that perfectly matches your wedding dress. Many brides achieve this by using dye on their shoes to make the colours accurate.
If the idea of dyeing your Manolos is a step too far, opt for a shade that matches your accessories instead of your dress such as silver or gold. Or if you’ve decided to splash a bit of colour into your outfit with coloured earrings, a belt or a cardigan – match your shoes!
And don’t be afraid of embellishments such as pearls, beads and small tasteful rhinestones. You deserve to sparkle on your special day!
From the moment you walk down the aisle chances are you will be on your feet all day.
Throw in some dancing and you’ll be wishing you opted for comfort the moment you feel that blister coming on.
Opt for a heel that you feel comfortable in, rather than those sky-high stilettos that may look gorgeous in the store but you’ll want to throw off by the time you’re walking out of the ceremony.
It’s also wise to wear in your shoes before the wedding, so get your shoes a week or two before the big day – don’t just try them on in the store and hope for the best. Stomp around the house in them until they’re comfortable!
Spend some time walking around on different surfaces, such as carpet, hardwood floors and tile, to see if your shoes are slippery. Try walking up and down a flight of stairs to see if your feet slip out or if they rub uncomfortably.
As with your wedding gown, be sure to take into account the formality of your wedding, as well as the season you are getting married in.
A satin, open-toe heel for example, would work well with an off-the-shoulder satin gown during the summer. While a plain silk closed toe shoe would complement a traditional silk, full-skirted gown during the colder months.