Wedding shoes are essentials. When a bride-to-be starts to plan for her big day, her pair of shoes is definitely on top of her list. If you have no clue what type of bridal shoes to wear on your wedding, then allow me to help you decide. Check out the choices below.
8 Type of Wedding Shoes Any “Bride to Be” Can Wear – I Fell in Love With the Last!
The hunt for the right wedding shoes is challenging. The list is endless when you check the online catalog or visit shoe boutiques. What’s frustrating is when you can’t decide what to wear after your window shopping. You are confused if you would go for heels or flat shoes or whatnots. To make your decision easier in choosing your bridal shoes, you need to consider a few things.
Yup! You read it right. To choose the right wedding shoes, you need to know what type of shoes fits your theme including your venue.
Thankfully, Simply Bridal has this helpful infographic published in its site. I am pretty sure this will narrow down your choices and will help you make up your mind.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Whether you choose a statement pair of bright blue stilettos or if they don’t make an appearance at all under your ball gown, shoes can make or break your wedding day.
These are popular for warm-weather wear and comfy to boot.
These open shoes are more casual than close toed shoes, and wonderful for outdoor or beach weddings.
Perfect for outdoor weddings, these shoes give you height and you won’t sink in grass.
Rustic and fun, these shoes come in all shapes and sizes from petite ankle boots to shoes that extend above the knee.
Easy to slip on and secure, you can dance all night without worrying about a turned ankle.
Short heels are still slenderizing but also easier to walk in.
One of the most popular styles, these are figure-flattering but may be painful to wear.
Au Natural! What a better way to get married on a beach.
Among those 8 types of wedding shoes, I have to admit that I fell in love with the last one. Given the chance to do my own wedding all over again, I would love to have it on a beach. And I would definitely go for barefoot sandals.
Isn’t it romantic that as I walk down the aisle, my groom and my guests could see my own footprints in the sand. Cheesy right? But it’s how I want in my wedding day. Do you like my idea?
Now, how about the wedding shoes stated in the infographic? What type of shoes do you like best for your wedding day? Share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment down below.
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