Different Types of Wedding Shoes

Many brides find it hard deciding which type of wedding shoes to wear on their special day. Most brides take more time and energy in selecting their wedding dress and only turn to wedding shoes afterward. It is imperative that brides should put in more time and energy when selecting the type of shoes to be worn as both shoes and dress do compliment each other. So we turned to our friends at My Glass Slipper, an online wedding shoe boutique, to help explain it to our readers.
Calypso is a custom style designed by My Glass Slipper using the Ona shoe style. This perfectly simple pump is adorned with an awesome rhinestone and bead floral decoration at the toe. Sold exclusively at My Glass Slipper.
One important factor to consider when choosing the type of wedding shoes to be worn is that they should be comfortable and compliment the dress fabric and any other embellishments e.g. pearls or beads. Different types of wedding shoes include:

Stilettos-if one is planning to wear stilettos during their wedding day, she has to be one who has been wearing them before. Stilettos can be very uncomfortable especially to people who rarely wear them and this could be disastrous on the wedding day.

I love these shoes by Paris Hilton...

Paris Hilton "Bonita" Ivory Wedding Shoes. The heel height is 4 1/2 inches. They feature red bottoms similar to another shoe designer, Christian Louboutin, but sell online for just $84.00.

Flats-it was thought that flat shoes were not suitable for wedding but flat and low heel wedding shoes give brides comfortable shoes on their special wedding day. And you'll be standing on your feet all day so comfort is important.


Try the "Snookie" by Stuart Weitzman.  This white and ivory silk satin wedding shoe has a low 2 inch heel high to give you just a little lift while staying comfortable on the big day.




This shoe will set you back $295.

The perfect place to shop for wedding shoes is at myglassslipper.comThey have 250 different styles of bridal shoes offered from ten different designers such as Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman, Something Blue, and Giuseppe Zanotti.

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  1. Bridal shoes are anything but basic white pumps these days. In fact, one of the popular trends in wedding footwear is to wear a color other than white.

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  2. Well, we all know that to shop for wedding is not an easy task. Everything should be perfect and every accessory will complement each other, whether its wedding shoe or wedding dress. Wedding is an important event of everyone’s life so it’s our duty to make it especial by choosing everything right.

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