Footwear for Comfort
From the first step to the last dance, your wedding shoes make a huge impact on how comfortable you are throughout your special day. Some brides opt for skyscraper heels for a glamorous edge to their look, while others choose sandals for warm summer weddings; but in the quest for complete comfort and style, more and more brides-to-be are taking the alternative route and bringing a casual
element to their traditionally formal wedding attire.
The pinch of heels can quite literally be a pain and as the evening arrives, swapping your heels for a more comfortable pair of flat ballet shoes or flip flops is a very attractive prospect. But whoever said that beautiful silk heels are a must obviously never slipped their feet into a bright white and box fresh pair of Converse Shoes or Vans Slip Ons. Of course, grooms and their best men have been donning brand new trainers as an alternative to brogues and loafers for some time but for ladies, the chunky sole of a men’s style sports shoe isn’t exactly feminine and so a lower profile and slimmer style is the perfect substitute.
Unconventional as they may be, their popularity has been boosted by blinged-up and customised options adorned with crystals and ribbon, but the original article has a clean and tidy charm about them. Originally manufactured for skaters and extreme sports types, Converse and Vans Shoes have emerged onto the fashion scene in recent years thanks to their versatility and ability to switch from a casual day outfit to a suited and otherwise booted look with ease. A classic white is always a safe and sophisticated choice but with so many colour options available, you can match your footwear to the colour of your dress, your bridesmaids and even your theme. And what’s more, the perfect reminder of your big day will always be on your feet because once you’ve worn them you wont want to put them away to hide in a box in the wardrobe – you can keep the comfort and trend going into your honeymoon and beyond.
This post was supplied by www.extremepie.com
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