The Bridesmaids Shoes

The Bridesmaids Shoes

The Bridesmaids Shoes - Choosing The Perfect Bridesmaid Shoes | Tips on - Find TipsAsk any bride…for a wedding, no detail is too small. Everything has to be just so. And that includes the bridesmaid’s ensemble. The bride and her party spend a lot of time choosing the perfect gowns, jewelry and bouquets. The shoes have to be chosen with equal care.

There are a number of factors that go into choosing the perfect bridesmaid shoe. We know the look is important. They have to go with the gown. But of equal importance is the comfort of the shoe. Finding the ideal balance can be tricky. Here are some thoughts for you to consider:


You are going to be on your feet all day, and probably dancing. Make sure your shoes fit well and are comfortable for the long haul. It’s not very glamorous to see the bridesmaids walking around without their shoes once the pictures are taken.

Wear the shoes ahead of time. You want to get used to the heel for one thing, and you want to break them in just a little. Also, the bottom of a shoe can be slippery. A tiny bit of scuffing will prevent sliding on a runner. Make sure you don’t over-do it! You want the shoes to still look perfect.

If you choose stilettos, make sure you will still like them at the end of the day. Nothing is more flattering than a stiletto heel, but they won’t look good if you are hobbling in pain. If you don’t often wear heels, go for a wider, or kitten heel. Try on a number of styles before you decide.

The fabric

The fabric of the shoes has to complement the fabric of the dress. Satin shoes for a satin dress, lace shoes for a lacy dress, etc. Match shine to shine, and matte to matte. Keep in mind that satin shoes can be dyed to match the exact color of the dress.

The style

Make sure that the style of the shoe goes with the style of the dress. If your dress is soft and flirty, go with delicate, T-strap shoes. If you have a classic, traditional look, pumps might be the best choice.

You can also try to match the trim work on the dress. If your dress has beading, try to find similarly beaded shoes. The same goes for rhinestone trim, or pearls. There is a wide variety of buckles that can be added to a shoe to dress it up. Again, keep shine to shine, matte to matte.

For a complete departure and an elegant look, you can treat your shoes as if they were decorative jewelry. If your dress is simple, with clean lines and very little detail, a pair of ornately decorated shoes adds a touch of glamour without sacrificing the classic beauty of the dress.

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