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Published on March 6, 2014

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Zu Shoe is an Australian online shoe retailer with a focus on high fashion shoes for both men and women. For more information visit http://www.zushoe.com.au/collection/?category=276&erp_collection=607

Type of Wedding Shoes Choosing a fitting pair of shoes for your wedding is as important as choosing the right dress. Whether you opt for heels or flats, your footwear is an essential part of starting your wedding day style on the right foot. An ill-fitting pair of shoes can crush not only your confidence but also your look. On the contrary, the right shoes can bolster your confidence and enliven your gait on your big day. From the Renaissance era to the present era, wedding shoes have transformed stylistically and aesthetically. The designs and styles of wedding shoes available today are boundless. Shoe features, such as heel height and shape, are also at your discretion. Despite the assortment of shoes available today, you can easily narrow your search by type or style to create your ideal wedding look. Listed below are some wedding footwear categories. Sandals Wedding sandals come in a variety of shapes and designs. Typically, they feature an open toe and open back with fabric or leather straps across the foot. The height heels on sandals vary. Whether you opt for a pointy toe sandal or a strappy sandal, you can achieve comfort, splendour and style. Stilettos Stilettos are a bold, modish choice for any wedding. These shoes feature a long, thin, high heel. Similar to all high-heeled shoes, stilettos give the visual illusion of greater height, a lengthier, leaner leg and a slighter foot. For individuals not accustomed to wearing stilettos, the key to pulling this style off is to practice wearing the shoes prior to the special day. For those who favour a shorter heel, you can find stiletto-style elevations dubbed kitten heels that stand at 5cm or shorter. Flats Flat shoes do not have any heel height, and they epitomize comfort. If you prefer not to have a towering look on your wedding day, wedding flats are excellent choices. Key differences in such flats lie in the shapes they assume and the fabrics from which they are made. Pumps Characteristically, wedding pumps feature a high, medium or low-heeled, fully enclosed shoe. While not as dramatic as stilettos, pumps help alter the wearer’s posture, height and gait. They are also made in various materials and delicate fabrics, such as embroidered leather, suede and brocade silk. Styles (Complementing Your Wedding Theme) Regardless of the theme or style you choose for your wedding, you will find a shoe to complement it. Styles can range from formal, casual and romantic to tropical, Victorian and country garden. You can go original, avant-garde, classic or retro. The choices are bountiful.

Things to Consider When you are choosing your nuptial shoes, you must consider your wedding venue and the surface on which you will be walking. Notably, some historic venues prohibit stiletto heels to safeguard their wooden floors. The length of time you will spend wearing the shoes is equally important. Although a shoe might look and feel splendid on for 10 minutes, it might not feel as fabulous after an hour of standing in a church. Consider how many activities you plan to partake in your bridal shoes as well. For example, even if you plan to walk down the aisle in your shoes for a brief ceremony, consider the time you have to stand for photos and possibly dance in the shoes. Moreover, your shoe measurements are important as they might alter the overall look of your gown. Your tailor will need to know the precise height of your shoes for your final fitting. This will provide an opportunity to adjust your dress accordingly. Zu Shoe is an Australian online shoe retailer with a focus on high fashion shoes for both men and women. For more information visit http://www.zushoe.com.au/collection/?category=276&erp_collection=607

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