Older people cannot wear the same kind of shoes as the younger lot can. Especially mothers want to wear something comfortable and durable. So, what should they wear on their sons or daughter’s wedding?
They must get out of their ease zone and wear something stylish. Stop using comfort as an excuse. It’s your shoes which can highlight your look and dress.
If you are still rational what to wear and how to pick that perfect pair of shoes, some do and don’ts are as follow.
AVOID WEARING DYED SHOES
Don’t go for the shoes that can be coloured or dyed. There’s no need of a perfectly matching pair of shoes for mother of the bride. That is so outdated. Plus, if your feet will get sweat, the colour will be all over them.
Do wear the shoes before the main event. Take a trial and walk in them for a few minutes, either inside the house or shop.
If the shoes you selected are hurting you during the reception, do not try to change into your regular flip flops, even worse than that don’t go bare feet.
BOXY SQUARED TOES
Do not choose boxy shoes or shoes with squared toes. They look really cheap and nothing to do with a receptions outfit of a bride or grooms’ mother.
THE PERFECT SHOE SIZE
Don’t go for shoes bigger than your size or smaller then what you wear. If you like a design and the right size is not available in that design to leave that shoe.
Avoid wearing heels too big for your age or occasion. Do not go for stilettos five inches heels. Such heels might give you swollen or twisted ankles. You surely don’t want to end up in a hospital.
Shoes with low price tags are a big no. Instead of saving a few bugs use them and buy something good. Invest in a nice pair of shoes for the wedding.
AVOID METALLIC COLORS
Colours which are unpleasant for the eyes, too sparkling like silver and gold should be avoided.
FLATS IS A BIG NO
If you are ever thought about wearing flats to the wedding cut that. Try wedge or kitten heels instead. It will make you look slimmer and tall.
MATCH YOUR AGE
Wear something that suits your age.
PEDICURE is a must!