Thursday, January 3, 2019

Gorgeous Wedding Kicks For An Unconventional Bride

 When you think of kicks, you might assume it just means Nike's or Converse, but there are many different variations. Kicks were originally used as a slang term for shoes, but nowadays, it can also generally mean any lace-up style of shoe.

Not all brides want to wear uncomfortable stilettos and end up not enjoying their wedding day after being left limping in pain, and there is definitely room for out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to bridal shoes. If you're thinking about alternative bridal shoe choices that are comfortable to boot, kicks might just be what you've been looking for!

Jazz 'em Up!
If you want to wear a pair of kicks or sneakers for your bridal shoes, but want them to be girlier, the DIY route might be your best bet. It's not only going to be a fun little project, but you might find it easier than you think!

The first place to begin is to find a plain pair of white sneakers that are comfortable and good quality but won't break the bank. Get yourself to a craft store, and have fun! Satin ribbon, rhinestones, glue, and some charming buckles, will get you creating something unique, cute and girly in no time!

Simply Sparkling
If DIY isn't your thing, but you still want girly bridal shoes to go with your wedding dress, you can look at some sparkly kicks instead. These will look amazing as bridal shoes as they are distinctive enough to be different but follow the conventional bridal shoe route as well.

Imagine lifting up your wedding dress to have your new husband slip on that garter only for your guests to see these endearing little things! They will not only set you apart from other brides, but you'll be comfortable while it's all going on - bonus!

Unconventional Color
When you think about it, who says you have to have white bridal shoes to go with your white wedding dress? If you love a particular color and want it incorporated into your wedding outfit, kicks might be just the way to do it!

You could get a pair of blue Converse for your "something blue" or go for a pair of kicks in a rainbow color - it's really your choice! If you're going to wear a colorful pair of kicks, you can even tie in the color with earrings or a bracelet. Weddings are supposed to be fun so why not just wear what you want and flout boring conventions!

His & Her Kicks
A wedding day isn't just about the beautiful bride and her wedding dress - it's also about the groom. The bride and groom both wearing kicks could be anadorable way to partially coordinate wedding outfits.

Wearing kicks with the back embroidered with terms such as "Bride" and "Groom,""Wife" and "Hubby" or your wedding date are a few delightful ways you could do this. It also creates an opportunity for some really original wedding photo poses!