Even if finding the perfect wedding dress is at the top of your agenda, don’t neglect the importance of your wedding shoes! Whether you’re going for style or comfort, check these 10 bridal shoe ideas for some inspiration – so you can glide around your venue with the grace of a princess (or the swagger of a rockstar).
1. Keep it Classic
You can never go wrong with a classic pair of white bridal shoes. Simple yet elegant, you’ll look and feel flawless as you make your way down the aisle.
2. Prioritize Comfort
We can’t emphasize enough the importance of comfortable footwear during your reception. If you know you won’t be able to handle walking in heels all day, ditch the stilettos and wear a pair of flats instead. They can be just as stylish when paired with the right dress.
3. Stay Cool and Casual
What’s even more comfortable than flats? Sneakers! Now, more and more brides are opting for a comfy pair of sneaks on their wedding day. Kate Spade even released an entire line of bridal Keds for the hip bride looking for a cool shoe alternative.
4. Add a Little Height
If you want some extra height but heels sound like too much effort for an entire night, we suggest you look at wedges instead. A fashionable pair of wedges is a safe bet for a comfy yet stylish option.
5. Be Bold!
Don’t be afraid to bring a pop of color to your bridal look. A bright colored heel brings a playful punch to your attire.
6. Make a Statement
If you’re thinking of wearing a short or tea-length wedding dress, consider choosing a pair of shoes that’ll make an impact. Whether it’s with a bold color, sparkles, or bling, opt for a truly eye-catching pair of kicks to show off under your gown.
7. Flash Your Toes
Hello bohemian wedding! Give your feet a break with some trendy beach sandals. Whether you go for gladiators, slip-ons, or simple toe ring ones, your toes will appreciate the breezy comfort.
8. Add Some Bling
Classic stilettos are a clear staple, but consider adding some flair to your attire by wearing a pair that sparkles. Golden and silver wedding shoes go with any gown you have your eye on.
9. Giddy Up Down the Aisle
Heels are not always the best option – especially if you’re throwing an outdoor soiree. Rock some cowboy boots for a casual bridal look that’s perfect for a country wedding.
10. Ditch the Kicks!
If you’re saying your vows by the sea why even bother wearing shoes? Get your toes in the sand and go barefoot! Add some pizzazz to your look by wearing a sparkly ankle bracelet.
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