If you have a wedding coming up you have many things to plan for and buy to make your special day as perfect as it can be. One of the issues that you probably are concerned with is for is to find the perfect wedding shoes to go with the wedding dress you have chosen. There are so many decisions to make just regarding the choice of shoes it can be a little overwhelming for many brides to be. How do you decide whether to wear flats or heels, open toes or sandals? There are so many diverse styles, designs, and colors from which to choose that it really can be a tough decision. To make it easier let's break it down step by step.
First off we need to look at what you have chosen as your wedding dress, if it hasn't been made yet you at least know the fabric and color and for the ensemble to look as coordinated as possible your choice of wedding shoes should be as closely matched to the dress as possible. You should endeavor to match the color and fabric of your dress to the shoes that you choose.
If you are attempting to make your legs appear longer and have chosen a shorter dress then you may want to choose 3 inch heels to assist in making your legs appear slimmer and also make your legs appear to be longer than they actually are. If you choose the open toe style that is so popular today don't neglect having that pampering pedicure so that your toenails look flawless for your big day.
If you are having your wedding outdoors as so many are doing these days you may decide to wear some type of wedding sandal. Where I live in Florida beach weddings are all the rage and we have people come from all over the world to get married on our beaches because the sand is so white and the water is so clear and beautiful.
Don't make the mistake of thinking you will only be wearing the shoes for the ceremony. You will more than likely be wearing the shoes for most of the day as you go to your reception and you will be greeting guests, dancing, etc. With this in mind it important that the wedding shoes you choose be comfortable and fit properly on your feet, you don't want sore feet on your honeymoon!
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