You don’t need glass shoes to transform into a princess

Ever had the situation when you saw the most irresistible pair of shoes but they just look odd on you? Tips from Issac Wong of Leapin’ Lizard will help you out.

If You Have Broad and Fleshy Feet…

Don’t go for strappy shoes. They draw attention to broad and fleshy feet. A well-covered square or round toe cap provides good cover-up and even better comfort. Straps will tend to create bulges that are unsightly.

If You Have Long and Boney Feet…

Check out shoes with tapped or pointed toe caps. They give long and boney feet an elegant look.

If You Are Getting Tailored Shoes…

Make sure your heels are not too tall for your groom. Allocate more time for the process as shoes may take more than a month to complete.

If It’s Your First Time in Heels…

If you are not used to wearing heels, but still want to look taller and more elegant on your big day, consider platform heels as they ease out elevation and offers better support and balance. If not, do plenty of walking around beforehand to get accustomed.

If You Have A Really Long Gown…

If your gown covers your feet entirely, don’t spend too much on your shoes unless you intend to wear them again.

Comfort Wins Hands Down…

Never ever sacrifice comfort for the sake of beauty. Wearing comfortable shoes will allow you to enjoy yourself during the day and you could even go dancing after the dinner! Make it a point to wear shoes you can walk and stand the whole day in