Your wedding day is your big day, and you should look good from head to toe. When you are buying the units there are some things you should know:
You will be wearing the shoes the entire day
When buying the units, it’s good to know that unlike the other days when you probably sit in the office most of the time, you will spend your wedding day on your feet. You will walk down the aisle with the shoes, stand for photographs in them, and even dance in them. Since you will be in the shoes the entire day, you should ensure that you buy the most comfortable units you can find.
In addition to size, you should also consider the height of the shoe. As rule of thumb avoid a shoe that is too tall as it will make you uncomfortable. Also, avoid one that is too short as it will make you look too short especially if you are already short. To be comfortable, you should go for a unit that is neither too short nor too tall.
You have to break them in
Just like your regular shoes, you will have to break in your wedding shoes before the big day. Remember that you will be wearing the units the entire day and there is nothing as bad as being with shoes that pinch you all day long. Even after trying on the shoes at the store, you should also wear them one or more days to break them in.
This calls for you to buy them early enough before the wedding day. When wearing them in, you should walk on different surfaces such as the carpet, tiles, and even on hardwood floors. Just make sure that you don’t damage them in the process.
They should match the wedding theme
You shouldn’t buy just any shoes that you come across-you should buy those that match your wedding theme. If you have a white theme, go with white wedding shoes and so on. You will be the focus of the day; therefore, you should be looking your best.
Have a backup plan
It’s common for things to go unexpectedly during the wedding day. For example, it might rain, or even a heel might break. To continue enjoying your big day, it’s wise that you have a backup plan. You should have an extra pair that you will use in the event of an in eventuality.