Glittery Steps For your special day
Indian weddings are a doll fest. On her wedding day, a bride looks glamorous from head to toe and shoes definitely should match up to the bridal finery like the lehenga, mang tikka, mangalsutra and other essential components. Are you out shopping for the marriage, if so check out the shoes first? We will help you step into the perfect pair of bridal footwear.
Perfection means satisfying your desire for opulence and beauty by the use of ethnic embroideries and embellishments like Swarovski Crystals, pearls, crystals, intricate beading, zari, zardosi, resham embroidery or Kundan to turn a shoe into an item of glamor, sheer beauty, intricate work and magnificence.
Jewel studded wedding footwear is popular because these perfectly complement the bridal outfit. Designers have given Indian wedding shoes intricate detailing to match the exquisite bridal wear. Stone studded, strappy sandals with their embellishments at least till the ankle with a strap and buckle for tying are very much in demand. The bridal footwear is color specific and complimentary to the wedding lehenga. You can choose these in gold and silver hues.
If you want a traditional look designers have introduced a range of bridal shoes for you which look like mehndi / henna design on the foot. There are multiple rings to be worn over all the feet-fingers. Another choice is shoes with peep toes or stilettoes which can be slipped on or off. This offers convenience as there are many wedding ceremonies when you will have to walk around, sit or stand with or without shoes.
Pumps, platforms, wedges, peep toes, kitten heels, slings, flats – all look great as bridal shoes. While buying a shoe give first priority to the comfort factor because you will have to spend long hours on your feet. Most people focus their attention on the bride and even the slightest discomfort on your face will be captured forever in the photographs. It’s better you opt for the lowest or medium, high heels might cause a little problem. Also, keep in mind that the high heels you wear should not make you look taller than your groom. The material of the shoe should be according to your comfort.
If you have short or moderate height then buy pump heels, stilettos, and platform heels. These footwear’s would be convenient, comfortable and elegant. For functions like mehndi and sangeet, when there is a lot of dancing opt for Kitten heels, Wedge Heels or Sling-backs for comfort. If you are tall, then it would be best to buy juttis and mojari. Practice walking in your shoes before the big day to break them in.