Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Bridal Trends in shoes

The wedding season is on and we know for the few coming weeks it will be your BIG time shopping spree. So we bring you the most happening trends of 2009-2010 wedding season.

We all know our wedding ceremonies are long so long that they extend from few days before the D-Day and few days after D-Day, so the most important thing that should be kept in mind while choosing a shoe is the comfort of the bride. So that she can carry all her customs comfortably handling her shoes. Extreme high heels are out of fashion for the bride cause there might be times when she has to stand for long hours with her heavy dress wear, make-up and jewelery. In fact most Indian weddings are a part of religious ceremonies so belted shoes tied up and hard are a complete NO NO, the bride will have to open her shoes and step into " mandap " (the place of holy fire praying) untying her shoes at that time might be a problem.

Now hey!! the bride has to look gorgeous from top to bottom, how can we expect her to be simple just for the sake of comfort ?? No, that's not important. the latest trends are woven around the fact that the bridal shoes match her looks, make her look glamorous yet ethnic. So check them out !!!

The most comfortable wear this season is the Juti's style its back in fashion and in complete new avatar. These juti's are now available in various colours with the kind of beads work, zari work and designs as you want. With the amount of heels you can handle. Light heels, high heels or flats you can roll them walk away and slip them out get into your wedding ceremonies without having to struggle a lot with their wear. You can choose the kind of leather you want made of cloth, animal leather or artificial leather like and as you want.

Heel slippers or sandals a trendy and handy way to look tall and ornamented on your D-day. Easy and comfortable to slip in and slip out matches with almost every traditional attire saree or salwaar kameez.


Kolhapuri chappals, the word attaches a sense of dignity and original craftmenship. The best traditional wear of weddings still excessively used in Maharastra is growing in its use for wedding or other related ceremonies in other parts of India too. Most elderly women still prefer its look and feel. Kolhapuri chappals have attained the epitome of comfort wear and simplicity , is now available in different styles and colours.

Ballerina's are back small little shoes look classic and so much sweet covers your feet and slip in with so much ease. Keeping Indian weddings in mind they are now available in glossy fashion's of gold and silver and black for your chick-in after wedding parties !!

Red Heels you can never give up on them every girl has to have this in her shoe wardrobe. When you can think of nothing that can fit you classic red outfit (or saree) choose a red heel with no straps around. Its sassy, sexy and very much in for weddings.


Like red, pink is also the classic colour of Indian weddings but you need not restrict your choice only for weddings. You might want to wear your always loving strapped heels, that will make your legs look sway high , or you might be the bride's best friend who wants to hook someone with some pink look for that you can take little pain for sure. Then go ahead, pick the bold and beautiful pink stiletto.

At the end of the day when you are worn away from the long struggling hours don't forget to give your feet a good warm water massage.


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