Choosing the Right Wedding Shoes
Now, wedding shoes really are a sore subject with many brides making bad decisions when it comes to footwear.
Although a bride embellished with blisters is not attractive it does appear that comfort has to be slightly compromised when it comes to wedding shoes.
What you wear on your feet really does matter with the bride being the centre of attention throughout the celebrations.
Where some women enjoy being the key signifier others do not, simply wanting to feel comfortable and enjoy their day without worrying about uncomfortable shoes that rub places they did not even know existed!
We have put together some tips to keep in mind when shopping for your wedding shoes.
‘I love kitten heels' said nobody, ever.
Having chauffeured thousands of brides over the years we are very confident in our thoughts that kitten heels are a no-go. If you want to wear high heels, wear them!
Although falling whilst stomping down the isle is a scary notion would you rather plummet in beautiful, elegant high heels or middle-of-the road clogs?
Kitten heels really do not cut the mustard so stay well clear people that try and persuade you otherwise! Un-invite them if you have to.
Understated is overrated
Although all women crave to ooze with femininity, appearing demure on their wedding day you do have to make the most of the attention put you way.
By wearing boring shoes you will be denying yourself the opportunity to stand out on the only day where it is completely accepted and unchallenged.
Inject a bit of colour into your shoes, dabble with textures and patterns or simply impress guests by successfully gliding down the isle without falling flat on your groom.
Marry the shoes
Marriage is a great commitment, but so is this purchase.
With photographs there as constant reminders of what is supposed to be a beautiful day you will not want to be reminded that you wore shoes you did not love.
Shop around for your shoes and do not settle for anything less than perfection.
If it means driving to London or paying that little bit extra then do it, you will be glad you did.