Lately my eyes have been assaulted by a myriad of wonderfully sparkly shoes but no matter how beautiful a shoe looks the key is comfort.
In order to choose a shoe to rock on your wedding day some factors must be considered
It also has be classic and timeless. You don't want to wear shoes that Nicki Minaj or Lady Gaga would wear and then 20 years later your kids will look at your wedding pictures and ask "Mum, what were you thinking?" Shoes like pumps, open toe or ballet flats never go out of style.
Just recently I was at a wedding and had a complete, in fact a multiple shoegasm. The bride was rocking this sky high Christian loubotin pumps. Now I don't know how she did it cos she was in those shoes all through the darn ceremony but damn those shoes looked pretty uncomfortable. Couldn’t get a close up view but when I got home I googled it. See below
|Christian Loubotin "Daffodile" bridal shoe|
This shoe is covered with swarovski crystals and costs a whooping 6,395 us dollars gasp! that is some people's entire
wedding budget ok! scratch that, it's some people's wedding budget plus, house rent and school fees for their first two kids #tongue out#
Some other bridal leg candy that have caught my eye in recent times are-
Annulia by Ivanka Trump, for those that put comfort before anything else. It's really stylish too
|Annulia by Ivanka Trump|
For those that love to show off some beautiful feet complete with beautifully manicured toe nails you can rock strappy sandals
|Badgley Mischka "Forrester' White wedding shoes|
And to all 2012 brides it is actually okay to have a shoe fetish *wink*
so whatever your choice is make sure you are rocking some major leg candy on your big day.