“I have nothing to wear” is the favourite and habitual dialogue of every woman. Especially the brides, now that they’ll get all the attention they ever wanted. The most exciting part for a bride-to-be is her trousseau shopping. Period!
What is the most important accessory for a bride apart from her jewellery? It’s footwear! A woman can live without a husband but not without her footwear. That’s what makes footwear as important as anything in a trousseau.
You might wonder which kind of footwear should be kept in a trousseau? Well, we are here to help you. Since the bride is always judged by the members of her new family for her looks, she should be very particular about her choices in fashion. With keeping her comfort in mind, she should always make a smart purchase even when it comes to footwear, especially heels. Heels should be as comfortable as they add grace to one's look.
Here’s a quick roundup of footwear a bride must pack in her trousseau.
Pumps are a kind of footwear every woman must own. It goes with every look from ethnic to western, pumps are your best friends. Make sure you buy a go-to colour in pumps, for instance, black or nude.
Stilettos make your look complete. Hence, they are a must-have. As stilettos add grace to your look, you can choose to wear them on your big day! Else, stilettos can be best paired with pantsuits, skater dresses, and all kinds of casual dresses.
If you are not habitual of wearing heels or you fear sore feet, Wedges are your rescue. As comfortable as they are they can be paired with any kind of clothes such as cool printed trousers, flared dresses, or any casual attire.
Footwear that can’t lose a comfort battle is flats! Since you can't be on your toes all the time you need flats. They can be worn everywhere and with anything. Wear flats at home or during casual gatherings. You can pair them with kurtas and jeans or go-to dresses.
You need sneakers to wear on your honeymoon, don’t you? Comfortable and chic, sneakers are a must-have for not only the brides but unmarried girls too. Keep your feet happy for long hours with a pair of sneakers, especially when you travel. They add a stylish yet comfy look to your attire.
How about adding something ethnic to your wardrobe? Ethnic Juttis fulfils your needs. Juttis can amp up your traditional look. Team up your Anarkali or churidar with a pair of embellished juttis to complete your look.
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