With four weddings to attend this year, I’m on the hunt for cute wedding shoes to go with the cute dresses I’ve picked out. I’m going to one in May, one in September and one in October (in Florida), so fancy sandals are going to be my shoe of choice. I’ve been checking out my options.
I like t-strap slides a lot: slipons, low heel (for comfort), but still strappy and sexy.
But then I also like slingback heels. These are delicate and feminine and fun.
And who doesn’t love shiny patent leather?
Shoes are one of those things that can really make or break an outfit and set a mood. But we all know how badly shoes can affect your fun when you feel your feet start to hurt. That’s the other good thing about sandals...just slip them off to let your feet cool down a bit, and then hop back up for more fun.
When a prince gets married, it’s always a huge deal. And when the future king of England gets married, that’s an even bigger deal—at least if you’re one of the lucky invitees. What do you choose to wear to a royal wedding?
Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice) showed up in navy blue dress that looked more like a blanket…but then again, she is pregnant. The little round hat at the front of her head wasn’t really my style, either.
Joss Stone looked very appropriately wedding-ish in her red dress with jacket, classic hat and peep-toe shoes.
Check out the hats on these girls! (Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie)
And the mother of the bride (Carole Middleton) and stepmother of the groom (Camilla, of course) looked appropriately classy. Older women are always sort of expected to wear outfits like this to weddings. Someone needs to break the mold…but a traditional royal event probably isn’t place to buck the trend.