Although we don't have a Mathematical equation for this yet 😂 We sure know ways to help you select the perfect wedding shoes for you with less stress.
Let's get down to Business:
1.Know your Budget: This is the most important part of the process. Know how much you're willing to spend. This should be from your general budget.
2.Determine how many you're getting and the colors you would like them in. This should be settled before you make the other moves. Also determine the styles you would like. Open toe, Pointed Shoes, Pumps, Slingbacks. Have a general idea of what would work for you and what not.
3.Start your search Early. Early enough to avoid last minute issues with you shoes. 3 months is not too early ☺
4.Determine the heel length you would love to wear. 4" - 3" will work, depending on what works for you. If you want to go for something higher than what you normally wear, buy them early so you can get used to them although we noticed that most brides prefer 3.5 inch Heels.
5.Get Inspiration online. Pinterest is your friend, so is google and Instagram. Don't be pressured to settle on any too early. Just search and enjoy the view.
6.Don't be stuck on labels and big names. Sometimes the nicest shoes don't come with big names. They could come without labels so try to be open minded. But if you're really determined about the label .. Then go all out for it.. 7.Do a lot of Browsing and asking questions. Ask about color options, heel size, customization if you would like that and a lot more. Be sure to ask as much questions as you can.
8.Don't be too stuck on an image too. This pretty much explains itself.
9.Be true to yourself. Don't pick something because your friends say it's nice. What do you really want. At the same time try to be reasonable. But try not to go away too much from your true self.
10.Make the purchase. When you've found the perfect pair for you.. 💃 Make the purchase.
11.Ensure to get them early so that any sizing issues or others can be sorted out early
Rock your Shoes Baby! .
We hope our formula helped. What are your thoughts on this. Great or not so great? Let us know in the comment section below 👇 👇