Shoe Trends

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Shoe Trends
It wasn’t that long ago when dyeable shoe stores were thriving. Within the last 10 years the only consideration when choosing a shoe for either the bride, her mom or her maids was one style for all, dyed to match the bottom of the dress. If the bridesmaid’s dress color was teal, a swatch was cut from the gown and brought to the expert shoe dyer to mix, match and hand paint the shoes of each girl in the wedding, perfectly. Nowadays, the sky is the limit on shoe options. Creativity is apparent as brides wear anything from hot pink stilettos, to glitter adorned sneakers, cowboy boots or a color carefully selected to match the color of the bridal party. Last week we saw a glittered , 4″ pair of New York Giant shoes, intricately crafted sporting rhinestones and sequins in the blue and red NY Giant tradition. The NY giant logo an exact replica. The shoe was intended to be a surprise for the groom who is arguably the NY Giants #1 fan in history. Still there is the more traditional bride, and the styles prancing along the alteration platform have been gorgeous. From platform to pumps adorned in satin, lace and matching beading. It seems that we have not seen any cost cutting taking place in the shoe department as we have seen shoe spending exceed $1000.00 in a few cases this year, nearly the cost of some gowns. Silver has been the most popular color for the rest of the bridal party usually in a style chosen by the individual herself. Silver is not only a good coordinate for almost any color gown, but it eliminates the the uselessness of the shoe following the event. Nowadays a maid can truly reuse her selection for future affairs. Style and practicality all packaged into one. So if you are looking to show off your personality and personal flare, you can do it in your step. There, as with anything in this day an age, an over abundance of selection and if you include internet shopping there is a seemingly endless number of sources.

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