Read this if you’re looking for bridal shoes

I think I’ve mentioned it here on my blog already, but in case I haven’t, allow me to share with all of you that I am getting married in a few months. Most of the major tasks regarding wedding planning are done (*touch wood*), but there are a few smaller matters that still require my attention, one example being that I have yet to get a pair of shoes for the big day.

I will be wearing sandals for my wedding day seeing as my fiancé and I are getting married towards the end of June, and it is likely going to be hot. Furthermore, the sandals I end up getting will not have any sort of heel – I have a bad foot as it is, and I certainly don’t need to be taking a header while I walk down the aisle towards my future husband, although that would be typical Lauren fashion.

I’ve been looking, on-and-off, for a pair of shoes that will do the job, but alas, I have yet to have any luck in actually finding a pair I like. But, because I’ve learned a thing or two about what sort of shoe to wear on your wedding day, I thought I would share my findings with all of you.

  • As tempting as it may be to grab a pair of shoes with beautiful, intricate detailing, it is probable that by the end of the evening your feet will look as though you’ve gone running barefoot through a rose garden. Avoid any sort of scratchy or rough details on shoes, like crystals or rhinestones, unless they’re located in such a way they don’t actually make contact with your skin.
  • Keeping with the theme of temptation, you may wish to grab a pair of killer heels to complete your look. The arches of your feet, however, will beg you not to do so.
  • If you’re like me and have sweaty feet, be sure to grab shoes that offer grip or a resistive material – you don’t want to be doing the cha-cha slide in your own damn shoes.

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