Monday, 8 February 2016

5 Mistakes you don't want to make when it comes to your wedding shoes!

Maria's beautiful heels! Photo by White fashion photographer 
There are plenty of to-do’s on your wedding list, but your wedding shoes can make or break your day. If you pick a pair of wedding shoes that are uncomfortable, unflattering, or downright painful, you’ll be sorry you did. But, if you take a few of these wedding shoe tips to heart you’ll keep you feet happy, accentuate your style, and you’ll be able to dance the night away. Read on to find out which wedding shoe mistakes you should avoid PLUS find out which must-have shoe accessories you’ll want need for your wedding.
 Mistake number 1. Wearing stiletto's heels on Italian cobbled streets! 

I do not know how the Italians do it, but unless you have lived here a very long time or are getting married in Rome, where they are talking about smoothing out the cobbles for high heel wearers, stick to chunky heels, wedges or flats! 

Mistake number 2. Forgetting to break in your shoes before the wedding.
There is nothing worse than blisters on your wedding day and so please remember to wear your shoes in. Wear them around the house to avoid getting them dirty. 

Mistake number 3. Not bringing a spare pair of shoes with you. 
Fold up flats by Dune

Trust me when I say your feet will take a battering on your wedding day. Having a pair of flats to dance in or to pop on under the table will be worth it! 

Mistake number 4. Wearing the wrong shoe for you! 

Beachcombers Bazaar 
 If you never wear heels then stay true to your style. You don't want to be wobbling on weak ankles on your wedding day or walking like a cow girl with the look of pain etched around your eyes! If you want a little height then look at wedges but there is nothing wrong with flats! 

Mistake number 5. Wearing white shoes because you think you have to. 

Wedding shoes are not set in stone. They don't have to be white,  personally I love a pop of colour!

Three things I recommend for your shoes on the wedding day: 

1) These for the back of your foot.
2) These to keep your heels from slipping.  
3) These to keep you from slipping.

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