Low Heel Shoes for Brides

The choice of your bridal appearance is related to many details that need to be selected one by one, but in the end when being worn, they should convey a harmonious aspect of your overall look. The same happens when you need to select your bridal shoes low heels. Why low heels? Because of the various reasons that are seen as advantages in the choice of many future brides for their bridal shoes:

* The first advantage goes for the great feeling that you will have when being comfortable in your shoes. Consider that you have so many hours that you have to attend standing up, let alone the dancing moments, when you can not decline every dance invitation simply because your feet hurt when wearing high heel shoes.

* If you are a tall woman, you will have the chance to look normal when paired with your hubby, as the harmony is even better balanced when the woman is not taller than the man.

* You won’t have to fear that you will trip over as you walk down the aisle, as probably many brides fear when their big day comes closer. Not to mention that with the high heels there is that annoying clopping one can make against the pavement, and with the choice of bridal shoes low heels, there will be more of a gliding. In this way you can appear to everyone that you almost float over the aisle instead of threading.

* If the wedding venue is selected for outdoor, the bridal shoes low heels won’t sink into the sand or the grass catching the foot and making you stumble.

The great choice of low heel bridal shoes is present inside the local bridal stores where you are given the opportunity of choosing both the bridal attire and the shoes to go with it. There are colorful creations, dye-ables, ivory choices, white and golden ones, all of these bridal shoes low heels being sold at lower prices than the high heels creations.

You can go also for the flats, as they are in fashion lately and more appropriate for outdoor weddings, such as the round toed flats that look very stylish and very comfortable to wear. Silver material for the flats is the mostly preferred one as this color gives a classy look and the impression they are created by a professional designer. The satin low heels that have straps for ankles are another recent trend for the bridal shoes low heels style, so take your time and see which one of all these shoes match the best with your needs.

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Posted in: Bridal Shoes by Alyx | December 16th 2010 | 2 comments

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2 Responses to Low Heel Shoes for Brides

  1. Has anyone seen any wedding shoes with low heel (max 2inch) that are suitable for a wider foot. Thinking either silver or gold so can wear after the wedding.

    I love my jimmy choos, but on my wedding day I don’t want to be towering over my hubby (we are the same height with no shoes on) so I think a 2 inch heel max. I have quite wide feet so pointy toe ones aren’t suitable.

    I’d love to get some nice designer shoes but they all seem to be really high heels.

    Let me know if you see anything. I’m getting married Jan 2011 so not plenty of time.

  2. I think every bride has its own choice to choose their wedding shoes. I will just add my own opinion on this matter. If the bride is really short to her hubby, so she need to wear a high heel shoes, so that their height will be not far from each other if they will face the altar, and for the bride who is taller than their hubby or they have the same height, the girl must wear low level shoes, so that the guy can reach her, if the favorite part is mentioned “you may now kiss the bride”.

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