What Kind of Wedding Shoes Do I Buy for an Outside Wedding?

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If you're going to an outside wedding, you always need to pick your wedding shoes very carefully. Find out what kind of wedding shoes you should buy for an outside wedding with help from an experienced fashion stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jessica De Vault and I'm a fashion stylist and CEO of The Jessica De Vault Agency. Today, I am at An Affair to Remember Bridal and Formal Boutique in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and I'm going to give you a few quick tips on what wedding shoes to buy for your outdoor wedding. Now you have the whole thing planned out. You want to have this beautiful outdoor wedding with lots of beautiful nature surrounding you but you forgot to factor in the dress. There's nothing worse than wearing stilettos and see your shoes sinking right into the ground. So, here's a few quick tips. One, you can always consider wearing flats. Okay i know, most wedding dresses you don't want to imagine wearing flats with them but there's tons of beautiful flats that are out and about now that you should definitely consider that come in all shapes and sizes and colors and hues. Keep that in mind. Also is you want to have a little bit of height, consider a wedge. Now wedges come in all different heights, so this may be a bit too low for you but you can go as high as four and a half inches if you'd like, not to mention, they will be sinking into the grass and that's definitely a plus. Here's another revised version of the wedge that has a clear heel to it so it kind of blends in with the dress well and people are going to notice more of the shoe itself and the bedazzlement details here, more than they are the back of the heel. Now if worse comes to worse and you are determined to have that stiletto heel, the next best option is to get a pair of heel stoppers. There's several different brands out there but you can place these stoppers on the ends of your heels, right here at the bottom and they flair out just so so as you are walking, the shoe does not sink into the grass. I promise you it's a purchase that's worth making, it's an investment, definitely consider it. I'm Jessica De Vault, and you can find me at Jessicadevault.com.


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