How to Accessorize Your Wedding
How to Look and Feel Good On Your Wedding Day
Tips on Buying Shoes for Your Wedding
The Truth About Wedding Gloves
Questions and Answers for Buying Wedding Shoes
Buying Wedding Accessories
Bridal Accessories You Really Need
A List Of Bridal Accessories
The Fashionable Role of Bridesmaids
Tips On Bridesmaid Dresses
Keeping Bridesmaid Dresses Perfect for the Wedding
Four Tips On Buying A Bridesmaid Dress
Wedding Jewelry For Kids
Your Maid of Honor Duties
Tips on Keeping A Wedding Gown Clean
Tips on Buying A Wedding Gown
Should I Buy
Is There Such A Thing As A Cheap Wedding Dress
Tips on Preserving A Wedding Dress
Tips on Wearing a Wedding Gown
Wedding Dress Horror Stories
Wedding Gown Prices
Tips on Cleaning Your Wedding Jewelry
The Price Of New Wedding Jewelry
Jewelry For Your Wedding Day
Four Tips On Buying Wedding Jewelry
Five Tips On Buying Wedding Jewelry
Five Bright Ideas For Your Wedding Jewelry
Custom Made Wedding Jewelry
Your Timeline For Wedding Jewelry
Tips On Storing and Wearing Wedding Jewelry
Where To Buy Cheap Wedding Jewelry
I Said Yes
Four Important Wedding Tips
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR BUYING WEDDING SHOES
Wedding shoes are a lot like normal shoes-they just tend to be slightly more expensive and white. But in these simple shoes we find many perplexing questions. Consider some seemingly difficult questions and the one true answer to each of them.
Q: Should I buy my shoes a half size larger just in case?
A: Just in case of what? Just in case you get too confident in walking straight? You're not going to be growing into these shoes-they are for maximum comfort. Wearing shoes that are too big can be awkward and just as comfortable as a shoe size too small.
Q: What fabric should I choose?
A: The type of fabric of your shoes largely depends upon that of your gown. You want to match the shoe fabric to the hem of your gown, not the bodice. Some material like Satin goes best with Satin. Other material like Boca is neutral and can complement a lot of different fabrics.
Q: Does white and white always go together?
A: Not always. Some bridal gowns are a diamond white with is less bright than the typical "white" color you would find in common wedding shoes. It might be a good idea to send a swatch of your dress along with your shoes to specialty bridal stores, which can dye the shoe a lightly darker, matching shade of white.
Q: Any advice on shopping for wedding shoes?
A: No. Oh wait, something does come to mind now that you mention it. When you shop for wedding shoes try and shop toward the end of your day. After a full day of walking, feet will slightly swell and you want to try on shoes when your feet are at their largest. If you are wearing hose on your wedding day, then also wear them when trying on shoes. Consider it a rehearsal.
Q: We have this Pamela Anderson/Kid Rock wedding sort of thing planned. In short, I don't know if the ceremony will be inside or outside. What should I know?
A: You're right in thinking that the brightness of the day-and even the brightness of a room-can affect the shades and colors of shoes. If you buy just one pair of white shoes that you think matches indoors, an exterior setting might give you as total new look. Two options: first, buy two pairs of shoes one for indoor one for outside. Or second, buy shoes in neutral colors besides white. Gold, silver even ivory will match just about any white in any setting.
No more wedding shoe questions? Then get ready to walk down the aisle in comfort and elegance.