Trendy wedding shoes and heel styles for brides

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We blame our obsession with shoes on Cinderella’s glass slippers. No wonder every girl planning her wedding trousseau can’t ignore the idea of ​​having the perfect shoes. But what kind of shoes are perfect for a bride-to-be? With a myriad of shoe types to choose from, which wedding shoes are the must-haves? According to Veena Ashiya, founder of Monrow Shoes, wedding shoes for brides aren’t just about comfort and style. Read on to learn more about selecting the best wedding shoes for you and your bridal style.

Styles of wedding shoes and heels for brides

Flat shoes for weddings
low heels for brides
Block heels for brides
corners for brides
Stilettos and hourglasses for brides
Frequently asked questions about wedding shoes for brides

Flat shoes for weddings

Flat shoes for weddings

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There are several types of wedding-worthy and perfectly glamorous flats. For women looking for Indian options in footwear, juttis and kolhapuris are versatile options that can be worn with everything from kurta ensembles to wedding lehengas. Unlike previous models, these flats are also available in couture versions adorned with mirrors, pearls, pearls and other completely hand-sewn accessories. Some even feature exquisite zardosi work that is otherwise reserved for wedding attire.

Flat shoes for brides

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When it comes to flats, for those looking for non-Indian options, ballerina flats are definitely the best bet. For weddings, these too come in decorated forms that will add glamor to your outfit.

Wedding flat shoes for brides

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Pro tip: Choose flat shoes for pre-wedding occasions like mehendi or haldi event which are not as glamorous as a sangeet or a party cocktail. Wear them with ghararas, light printed lehengas or coordinated sets with jackets that are all the rage in the fashion world.

low heels for brides

low heels for brides

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Low heels are best for women who want to wear heels without giving up the kind of comfort that comes with wearing flats. These gunmetal color kitten heels Monrow shoes are chic and varied and perfect for new-age brides. “The sparkly material will add the perfect amount of ‘extra’ to the look,” says Veena.

Pro tip: A pair of small metallic heels can be teamed with sequined sarees, contemporary lehengas and even cocktail dresses. It is a must-have for the wedding trousseau.

Block heels for brides

Block heels for brides

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“Not only are block heels stylish, but they’re also much easier to carry than most other varieties,” says Veena. Block heels usually come in the form of pumps, sandals and mules and go great with most Indian outfits that are part of the wedding trousseau. Even high heels are comfortable because they are supported in the front by an equal platform.

wedding block heels for brides

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Pro tip: Veena suggests wearing block heels with Indo-Western or fusion outfits as they will go with them most often.

corners for brides

corners for brides

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“Wedges are exceptionally comfortable and go with any outfit. They also add a lot of glamor to the look,” says Veena. events where you will be required to stand for long periods of time.Although wedge sandals are available, mules are the preferred style.

Pro tip: Wear them with sarees and lehengas as they work better than other styles with indian traditional outfits.

Stilettos and hourglasses for brides

Stilettos and hourglasses for brides

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The most impressive heels, the stilettos, are an arsenal in every woman’s shoe wardrobe as they have the power to elevate the glamor quotient of any outfit. However, hourglass heels (wider at both ends and thin in the middle) are trending this season. “Hourglass heels offer the perfect mix of sleek style and great balance,” adds Veena. This unique combination of comfort and fashion makes it a must-have for the bride.

Stilettos and hourglasses for weddings

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Pro tip: Reserve stilettos and hourglass heels for glamorous occasions like the sangeet or wedding reception where the outfit is slightly more contemporary like a dress or metallic dress lightweight lehenga.

What heels are perfect for brides

Frequently asked questions about wedding shoes for brides

Q. Can a bride wear heels?

A. A bride may choose to wear heels to her wedding, however, according to Veena, it is best to limit the heel height to 3-4 inches. “Kitten, block or hourglass heels are favorite wedding shoe styles. They balance your feet so that little pressure is put on your toes and heels. If dancing is the plan, look to platform heels as they are extremely comfortable, making them an ideal choice for occasions like the sangeet ceremony,” she says.

Q. What are the best shoes for brides, heels or wedges?

A. While heels and wedges are great wedding shoe options for brides, those looking for glamor and comfort should consider wedges over heels. The corners are raised throughout, making them more stable and easier to balance. They also put less pressure on the knee, hip, and back, which automatically makes them a better option if you’re looking for a pair to wear longer.

Q. Can I wear flats to a wedding?

A. Sure, heels are glamorous, but there’s no rule that says brides can’t wear flats to weddings. In fact, there are several shoe options among which juttis, kolhapuris, flat mules and ballerinas are most preferred when it comes to weddings. It’s best to have a good mix of flats and heels throughout your wedding so your feet don’t feel worn out. Casual pre-wedding events like mehendi and haldi, which are usually low-key and relatively less glamorous, are perfect for wearing flats.

Q. What shoes to wear with a dress?

A. Heels or wedges are shoes that go best with dresses as they add length to the wearer and inject more punch into the overall look. If you are not afraid to experiment with your style, then in heels you can wear stilettos which are the shoes with the most sexiness. Limit the heel height to 3 to 4 inches so that comfort is not compromised in the name of glamour.

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