Shoes for the bride

The bride’s legs are usu­al­ly hid­den under a long skirt, but if you plan to wear a short out­fit, you should pick up shoes in advance. Yes, and the main tra­di­tion with the “dis­ap­pear­ance” of this very shoe is worth it to pick up a tru­ly orig­i­nal mod­el.

What shoes to wear to a wedding?

The main dif­fi­cul­ty usu­al­ly lies in the choice between com­fort and spec­tac­u­lar image. Actu­al­ly, this is the answer to the ques­tion of what the bride’s shoes should be: com­fort­able enough to be able to spend the entire cer­e­mo­ny in them, and at the same time ful­ly com­ply with the cho­sen style.

The mod­ern fash­ion ofshoes for the bride is very demo­c­ra­t­ic, and in addi­tion to the tra­di­tion­al white col­or, it is quite pos­si­ble to choose more orig­i­nal col­or mod­els. As for the main trends of the bride’sshoes, it is worth not­ing the bold exper­i­men­tal deci­sions of many fash­ion design­ers. Fash­ion­able­brands in 2014 offer the fol­low­ing solu­tions for the bride’s shoes:

  1. White col­or nev­er goes out of fash­ion, but no one for­bids you to com­ple­ment your­look with bright shades of all col­ors. If this is an ele­gant cham­pagne-col­ored dress, then shoes should be cho­sen in nat­ur­al shades of ivory, shoes and san­dals in gold­en and sil­ver col­ors become fash­ion­able, and for the most dar­ing fash­ion­istas, design­ers have pre­pared shoes in juicy red, yel­low, blue and even pur­ple shades. Such non-stan­dard solu­tions may seem too rad­i­cal, but the bride’s col­ored­shoes may well come in handy after the cer­e­mo­ny, and not lie as an arti­fact in a box on a shelf.
  2. Almost all bride’sshoes are made of leather or suede. Patent leather has reced­ed a bit into the back­ground, but lace and satin occu­py a lead­ing posi­tion.
  3. As for styles, pumps for the bride remain a sought-after clas­sic. For more infor­mal occa­sions, you will find san­dals and even styl­ish bal­leri­nas, and for the cold sea­son, chic white boots. The fash­ion for shoes for the bride is not much dif­fer­ent from the main shoe trends: a lot of thin straps, an open toe and a lot of decor remain rel­e­vant.
See also
Greek Style Wedding - Bridal Look and Decorating Tips