Find The Pair Meant For You

If you have picked your wedding dress, then next is most definitely the shoes! What are the most popular options for you? Read on below!

  • The usual high heels – if you usually sport stilettos and evening shoes Melbourne, then by all means, the wedding is definitely the day for you to show off your glamorous side with them – super high even, if you would like. Heels are the go-to type of footwear, whether they are pumps or stilettos, when it comes to weddings. This is both due to their elegant look and the sense of power that they exude; not to add, you can find so many different varieties to match with your dress. If your dress is on the shorter side, it is a golden chance to show off your heels, but if your dress tends to have a slightly longer hem, it is also a good idea to wear heels, because small differences can be easily adjusted to with heels.
    • The modest ballerina flats – for those girls who do not usually wear heels, there is no reason why they should force themselves to struggle and wobble with heels on their wedding day. In fact, since recent years, wearing bridal flats has steadily gained ground both as a comfortable choice of bridal footwear and for its ‘cute’ appeal. Accordingly, if you think wearing heels is not the right option for you, then know that wearing flats is totally acceptable. Not to add, most bridal magazines nowadays actually recommend buying a pair of flats or shoes with slightly smaller heels for the dancing and reception.
      • The sandals – lastly, the third most popular option for footwear is no doubt sandals. Sandals and even flip flops, as a type of footwear exude a rustic sense of beauty, and they definitely go along well with outdoors-themed wedding celebrations. The best example is no doubt the typical ‘beach wedding’, where you would certainly be struggling if you wear a pair of heels!

Of course, the above are by no means the only options you have at your disposal. When it comes to bridal shoes, the options you have are almost limitless. Furthermore, besides the type of shoe, there are many other points you have to consider, such as the colour of the shoe and the decorations it will have (or which you will add onto them!). There is also the route where you can have your very own pair of shoes custom-made, just for you, but keep in mind that this will be slightly expensive.Whatever you do, always remember – there is no ‘one’ type of shoes for a wedding: you should always stick to what you love best!

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