Wedding dresses are often pictured to be long, elegant, heavy kind of gowns. The modernist would wish to disagree though. Simple, tea-length dresses are fastly becoming a fad. To highlight some key points, they are lighter to wear, refreshing to look and chic to display. Now, how would you decide on what pair to use? If you’re sassy and an individualist, you may consider one of the suggestions below.
There are those brides who are natural social butterflies who often set the trends on their workplace or for their girlfriends. These are natural go-getters who would still love to stand out even though they already do. For these kind of empowered divas, a glitter shoes with some dainty ribbons would perfectly suit their attitude. It’s modern, chic and feisty.
Are you the fashionista that you claim you are? Then, make some statement with the shoes that you’ll be wearing for your rustic themed wedding. Wear a vine-y sandals with floral designs. This would be perfect if you’re going to have a garden or woodland wedding. With these shoes, you will be sort of like the Head Fairy and your bridesmaids as your faithful pixies.
A nice way of popping colors into your bridal ensemble is to use some boldly colored pumps. The white part is elegant, but can get so boring if you don’t know how to accessorize. You can choose ankle-lock sandals, which gives an extra modish look. You could also match your bouquets and wedding color theme with your sandals. Normally, the ironic part of the wedding is that the bride doesn’t wear any hint of her chosen color motif. Now, you can do so with your shoes.
Rooting for elegance and some blush charm? The nude pumps never go out of style. They’re stylish and easy to pull off. This type of pairs would be great if you’re having pale colors as your wedding motif. Again, you could match the shoes with your bridal bouquet.
If you’re feeling happy and sassy, you could choose a playful pair of sandals in bright colors to lighten up your bridal look. Little bows on the sandals would help you achieve that dainty look. Open-toed heels just look adorable with short wedding dresses.