Monday, September 27, 2010


Bridal footwear has made great strides. Walk the walk in a style with personality to spare. We love these savvy shoe-shopping tips for brides to be!

Don't sacrifice comfort for style: You'll be wearing these shoes for your walk down the aisle until the last dance, so if a pair doesn't feel good on your feet right from the start, forget it.

Size things up. If it's been a while, have your feet measured by a salesperson. Weight gain or loss, as well as age, can affect the size of your feet.

Give yourself some wiggle room. As you try on shoes, remember that your toes and heels shouldn't feel locked. You should be able to move them.

Work the late shift. Shop for shoes in the afternoon. Feet expand throughout the day, and you'll be standing, dancing, and working the reception for hours. You want to be sure your shoes feel good well into the evening.

Take them for a test run. Wear your shoes around the house to break them in. Remember to scuff the soles with sandpaper to created traction and prevent slipping.

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