Bridesmaid Shoes: Rewind

Biviel-BV1208 Biviel BV1208 – Flats are a great option for comfort and if you happen to be taller, they can also be dressed up or down.

nine-west-falcoin-sandal.jpg Nine West Falcoin – satin is always a lovely way to keep things elegant. Go for detail (like the pleating in this Falcoin) and bright colors to also add your own flavor.

charles-by-charles-david-tryst-high-heel-sandal.jpg Charles by Charles David – Tyrst: stylish and traditional. Subtle lizard prints like this Tyrst sandal is great and the twist makes the show modern.

nina-vikki-strappy-sandal.jpg Nina Vikki – great for a wedding that goes into the evening because of the color, while still keeping your feet cool in the summer.

Bridesmaid shoe tips: you don’t have to be “matchy matchy” with your dress. Contrasting colors will go great with the popular single tone bold colors that are being used for many dresses today. Look for comfort as well. Only wear a shoe with a heel height, and constructed in a way, that you know you will be comfortable in the entire day- no matter how fabulous the shoe is. Comfort is key, you don’t want to be wincing in pictures. You can mix things up with different colors, prints, materials and straps. Also, it doesn’t hurt to suggest having all the bridesmaid’s getting the same shoe in a variety of colors. Makes for nicer pictures, and we all know how important pictures are. ;)

Links to previous posts: Biviel Bv1208Nine West Falcoin, Charles by Charles David Tyrst, Nina Vikki