Your wedding day is fast approaching, and you are shopping for those finishing touches, such as your rehearsal dinner & after party dresses, jewelry, handbag and shoes.
Finding the perfect bridal shoes can be a bigger challenge than expected. You want your wedding shoes to be beautiful and blend with our wedding gown, yet comfort plays a big factor in finding the perfect pair. Luckily there are many options from which to choose.
When shopping for your comfortable shoes take a few elements into consideration, such as the ground surface where the wedding pictures, ceremony and reception will be held. Consider heel height and what height you are most comfortable wearing. If you never wear heels, you wedding day may not be the best day to start.
A medium to low chunky heel with a little bling such as the shoes shown above by Betsey Johnson is a great style for the bride who wants a little heel and all day comfort.
Wedge Wedding Shoes
Wedge wedding shoes continue to be a bride's favorite pick. These confy wedge style shoes by Rachel Simpson offer a unique combo of romance and casual elegance.
Many brides choose to steer clear of heels all together and pick a ballet flat for their wedding day. Bella Belle bridal shoes offer sheer feminine styles with touches of pearls, crystals and embroidery.
Having a destination wedding? Crystal or pearl sandals are the perfect choice for an easy, boho look with ultra comfort. Not only are blingy sandals great for the wedding but the perfect shoes for the honeymoon! The Hera bridal sandals shown above blend perfect with an flowy wedding dress or a lace sundress.
If you just can't commit to sky high stilettos, no worries, with all the choices of chic comfortable low heel wedding shoes, you're sure to find your Sole Mate.
Written by Lori Dunn
About MODELBDE Owner Lori Dunn
Lori Dunn's extensive background in the NYC fashion industry as a model and hair & makeup artist earned her a national reputation as a bridal, fashion, and fitness expert. Editors have sought her work with credits including magazines, catalogs, television, and runway.