“I have enough shoes”, said no woman ever, especially the ones who are about to get married! After all, every bride has got to cluster all her must-haves before she packs her bags. And when you know shoes can either make or break the first impressions, you surely need to equip your wardrobe with the best. Be it the trendy metallic peep toes, traditional Punjabi juttis, comfy mules, evergreen Kolhapuris or classic white sneakers, grab ‘em all and shine like a slay queen!
Now that you are all motivated to cart your favourites, Here’s a roundup of some of the basic kinds of footwear a bride must not forget to pack in her bridal trousseau. Check out what they are!
Stilettos are the real deal makers in a woman’s wardrobe. They can easily amp up your look without you investing in a lot of efforts. Team them with ballroom gowns, skater dresses, sleek pantsuits or almost everything and you’re good to go.
Since you can’t always be on your toes and wear those flashy pairs of high heels anywhere and everywhere, including some relatively comfortable footwear options in your trousseau. And what could be a better option than a pair of slip-on shoes?
Flats are an all-time favourite. Whether paired with floral playsuits or distressed denim, they look uber cool with almost everything and have the potential to make you stand out from the crowd. And what's even better is that you can wear them on a daily basis.
When it's practically impossible to stand on those sky-high heels all day long and even more difficult to go all plain with those regular flats, wedges or platform sandals come to your rescue. They are the ultimate life saviours, especially for all the working women.
Irrespective of multiple footwear options that are available in the market, boots still continue to be the classics. Be it the knee-high ones, the over-the-knee pattern or the ankle length style, each one deserves to secure a place in your shoe rack.
Punjabi Juttis and Kolhapuris can instantly amp up your traditional look. From anarkalis to churidars to mid-length lehengas, you can pair them with all. All you've got to do is pick the right colour or pattern. Our favourite is these silver embellished juttis!!
When you wish to be at your comfortable best and yet look stylish, a pair of quirky sneakers is all you need. They are timeless and keep your feet happy during long hours. And with so many options available, it gets difficult to settle with one.