How To Choose the Perfect Wedding Shoe

Of course you want everything on your perfect day to be AMAZING! From the dress to the food to the venue…all has to be considered. This includes your shoes! Your venue and wedding date have just as much weight on this decision as the style of your dress.

1. Consider the weather. Warm weather usually calls for sandals or open toed shoes. Cool weather usually dictates that you wear closed heels. Some off-beat brides choose fur lined boots for outdoor winter weddings, or fancy manicures only and no shoes for beach weddings.

2. Think about the venue. If you plan on getting married on a grassy knoll, stiletto heels would not be the best choice as the heel would sink through the lawn. Stacked heels or flats would be better in this situation.

3. For outdoor weddings with paved or hard surfaces, you can wear almost any shoe, especially if the weather is nice. If you are wearing a floor length dress, you can get away with anything! Don’t let the fact that your shoes are hidden keep you from picking a beautiful pair. You can even use this opportunity to wear a bright and fun color. Or choose a beautiful sequined blue heel for your secret good luck “something blue” on your special day.

4. Short dresses don’t mean you have to match perfectly. You can choose a pair of shoes that go along with your color scheme. Lace wedding shoes can match perfectly with different dress fabrics like satin, chiffon and silk. For a more updated look, opt for a open toed platform heel. Indoor weddings during the winter months call for soft velvet high heeled shoes with crystal embellishments.

As you plan your wedding day, Chicastic is here to provide you with the most gorgeous clutches, chiffon scarves and dress heels to match any color scheme and style. Chicastic also has “after the wedding” accessories like satin corsets in every color. Our products make wonderful bridesmaid gifts as well! Click here to see more!

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