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A bride-to-be has to be very careful while picking up everything for her trousseau. She needs to pay attention to each and every element, that she plans to wear on different occasions after her wedding. And in all this, shoes play an important role as they add grace to a bride's look. Additionally, the right ones also ensure that she is comfortable with all the standing and walking around required. Since a bride always gets judged by the members of her new family for her choice of attires, it is highly important to exhibit perfection from head to toe.
In order to make sure your feet do not spoil the show, here are seven different types of footwear that you must consider for yourself.
For those brides who prefer comfort over style, having a pair of kitten heels can be a blessing. These reasonably high heels are usually about two to four inches high. Pair up your favourite pair of kitten heels with a trendy top and a pair of cool jeans when you hang out with your husband and his friends during daytime. These heels would go well even with the glamorous dresses that you might have bought to attend various evening parties.
This is the type of footwear that every bride must definitely own. Pumps work well with any kind of outfit from ethnic to western. Just do not forget to pick a pair of nude pumps, which are very much in vogue these days. Try these trendy nude pumps with casual attire just like Deepika Padukone in the picture above (left). For the formal occasions when you plan to wear ethnic, you can steal the look from Prachi Desai (centre image). And when you are in a mood to flaunt your figure in a tight dress, you have Jacqueline Fernandez (right image) to take the inspiration from, where she teamed it with a pair of pointed pumps.
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There are many lovely ladies who love the height that heels add to them, but cannot stand the thought of the sore feet caused by them. Wedges prove to be a boon for them, as they are comparatively more comfortable to wear than the traditional pointed stilettos. They are also much easier on the foot than the regular heels. Wedges look great with short-flared dresses, cool printed trousers, and other such casual outfits.
Ranging anywhere from two to ten inches, the stilettos are what the models wear everytime they set the ramp on fire. All soon-to-be brides can opt for the stilettos for their big day itself, as they increase the glamour quotient manifolds. However, be sure to practice walking in stilettos a few times before the your wedding to make sure you walk gracefully as well as comfortably in them.
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A reminiscent of the Mughal reign in India, the juttis and mojaris provide a unique twist to any ethnic outfit. They are easily available in a variety of colours and embellishments, and go well with most of the ethnic outfits in a bride’s wardrobe. Women, who want to go for flats instead of heels so as to get some variety, must surely opt for these.
These shoes have a thicker sole that puts lesser strain on the feet as compared to other high heeled shoes. They are usually combined with wedges, but are now available with stiletto heels as well. With this twist in the design, the brides can now have the luxury of comfort along with a great style.
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The feature distinguishing slingbacks from other heels is the strap in these shoes that goes behind the heel to hold them. They are available in different heel heights, and the toes are usually pointed or rounded. While you go out shopping for the slingbacks, just pick some flashy ones to match up with your anarkali suits.
We are sure you might have been tempted by now to hit the market and pick your favourites, but do not forget the basics while you shop for them. Pick the right size, walk around in them to ensure the comfort level, and check the quality before making the final purchase.
Wedding day is stressful in itself, and on top of that, brides have to wear high heels along with heavy wedding attires. But let’s face the facts, standing or dancing in heels for long hours gets painful. But what if we give you a list of super-comfortable yet stylish flats orRead More