Must Shoes Be White?
Question: I can't seem to find white shoes that I like anywhere, and I need to settle on a pair soon so I can have my final fittings done while wearing the right heels. Is it way too tacky to wear shoes that aren't white?
Answer: by The Knot
Though brides traditionally wear shoes to match their gowns (which are almost always some shade of white), you don’t absolutely have to. In fact, many brides — having gone conventional with the white dress — choose to have a little more fun with their footwear. You could have your shoes be your “something blue,” or pick a metallic pair that matches with your jewellery or the embellishment on your gown. Or you can go really crazy with footwear that matches your interests — we’ve seen brides walk down the aisle in everything from biker boots to custom made cowboy boots (with the bride and groom’s initials on them, naturally). Get out there and find a shoe — any shoe — that you love. No matter what it’s colour, you’re sure to put your best foot forward.
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