Colorful Wedding Dress? Consider These Bridal Shoes

Published: 23rd April 2010
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Deciding on a color scheme for your wedding can be as simple as picking your favorite color or as complicated as getting the bride and groom to compromise on something they both like. Family traditions, location, and season are oftentimes taken into account as well.

Whatever the reason is for deciding on your colors, once you are settled on them, it is time to start thinking about coordinating shades. Sometimes this can be difficult. You have to find bridesmaids dresses that match the tablecloths that match the flowers that match the centerpieces. One thing that doesn’t have to be quite such a hassle to color-coordinate is your bridal shoes.

With dyeable bridal shoes, you can transform practically any style into nearly 100 different colors. They have flats, heels, peep toes, sandals and more that can be easily transformed into the colors of your dreams.

The Joy style is a dynamic closed toe d’Orsay high heel. It is embellished with a sleek and simple line of glorious rhinestones. This style also sports a 3 ½ inch heel, a leather insole, and a subtle cut away which reveals the delicate arch of your foot. In plain white or any other color, this dynamic shoe will have you looking your best.

A peep toe with a front that looks like two billowy curtains blowing in the wind; the Kitty style is a gorgeous high-heeled platform. When dyed blue, the front of this shoe looks like ocean waves crashing down on each other. In green it resembles a field of grass gently moving with the breeze. Whatever color you choose you will find a reflection of something meaningful to you in the Kitty.

So stylish they could be worn down any red carpet, the Shellie style is a glimpse of vintage Hollywood glamour. It has a mid-sized 2 ¾” heel and revealing cut away sides. There is a peep toe in the front and a scalloped edge. These shoes are striking when dyed in any color.

If you are looking for a sleek and airy shoe that shows off the natural contours of your feet, you can’t go wrong with the Gail style. The slim straps in the front feature ornate rhinestones alongside little silver beads. There is an additional buckle and strap at the ankle for extra support. This shoe also features an all-leather insole and a 2 ¾” heel.

Looking fantastic on your wedding day doesn’t have to mean teetering on sky high heels either. You can be as mobile as ever with the Marly style’s sensible 2” heel. The delicately arching straps of this dyeable satin thong feature ornate sparkling crystals. Get around easily all day long with this great bridal shoe, also available in every color.

The criss crossing “x” shape that defines the front of the Amanda style sandal gives it an uncompromising class. It has a 3 ¼” high heel and an adjustable slingback strap to ensure a perfect fit. This style looks especially nice when paired with a shorter dress.

The signature aspect of the Yvette is the dazzling satin asymmetrical front strap. The Yvette style is covered in sparkling rhinestones and sweeps gently from the slingback at the outer ankle across the foot and comes to a rest just below the beginning of the big toe. The front strap across the toes sports the same rhinestone accents. This glitzy shoe has a leather insole and a 3 ½” heel. In any color, with any dress or even pants, this shoe will have you looking your very best.

At the toe strap of the regal Makenzie style is a dynamic rhinestone brooch that will make any color choice sparkle. With the toes on a platform, the 3 ¾” heel doesn’t feel nearly as high up. Unlike other wedding shoes, the Makenzie is so timelessly stylish that they can even be worn out with jeans after the big day. So even if you decide to leave them white for the wedding, you can always dye them later to match your favorite outfit.

If you are planning a dinner cruise after the ceremony or plan to be anywhere else where you might need your sea legs, the Christy style flat sandal is a no-brainer. The simple 1 ½” wedge heel will get you where you need to be while still looking great. At the center of the converging straps lies a gorgeous little pearl and crystal cluster. So whether you plan to take a sunset stroll along the beach or dance your heart out at the reception, the Christy style can’t be beat.

Brides spend so much time making sure every detail of their wedding day is a perfect reflection of their personality. When you finally decide on the dress, the colors, and the location, when everything is set to go off exactly how you always imagined it would be, don’t settle for the wrong shoes. With dyeable wedding shoes you can accent your wedding day with any color of the rainbow.

Victor Bennett is a freelance writer who writes about weddings and wedding accessories such as bridal shoes.

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