The Dos and Don'ts of wedding shoes for women

September 15, 2019

Your wedding day might still be months away, but you are already making sure everything is perfect for when it arrives. Part of the top priorities of every bride to be is to look breathless when she finally stands in front of her beloved one to say yes. One of the fundamental elements of bridal gear is footwear. In today’s article, we will tell you the dos and the don’ts of bridal shoes for women. And if your groom happens to be planning on wearing a blue suit and doesn’t know what shoes to wear, check out this post to get ideas.

 

- Do’s

 - The dress come first; the shoes, second

Photo by Scott Webb on Unsplash

 

Your dress is the most important part of your entire bridal look, and it should be the centerpiece, the one that you should feel absolutely comfortable and beautiful in. Is the most expensive item from your look too, so it will not be as easy to change as shoes are.

 

- Don’ts

 - Keep in mind your groom’s height

Yes, shoes might come second when it comes to preparing your bridal look… but you shouldn’t leave them for last! With all the stress and last minute details, you don’t want to have one extra thing to worry about.

 

- Do’s

 - Keep in mind your groom’s height

We recommend you to try your wedding shoes and stand next to your groom to be. That way, you won’t have last minute surprises. If you end up being taller than your groom or his same height, and this represents a problem for both of you, then he can wear wedding elevator shoes for men. He will have an extra lift and you will be able to wear your heels. Not to mention that you both will look amazing when taking your wedding photos.

 

- Don’ts

 - Limit your options to white wedding shoes

 

Whoever told you that only white shoes have the bridal vibe is stuck in the old times. Nowadays, your options are wider. You can find blue bridal shoes (and complete the something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue combo), red wedding shoes, even green shoes, and other outrageous but gorgeous colors.

 

Of course, if you are a traditional bride, by no means let us stop you from going for your dream white shoes!

 

 - Do’s

 - Consider where and when are you getting married

Open or closed toes shoes? High heels, low heels or flats? All these questions and more can be answered if you think in the venue and the time of the year. If you are getting married in a lovely vineyard, then you should search for the best wedding shoes for grass. If your wedding will take place on the beach, then you need the best wedding shoes for the sand that you can find.

 

- Don’ts

 - Only try your shoes once

The first time, wedding shoes might feel amazing. You will try them on, being asked if you can walk on them, and you will say yes, that they are super comfortable! But they will not feel so comfy once you wear them for several hours. We suggest you try them on a couple of times before your wedding

Men Size Guide

FOOT LENGTH (MM) EURO SIZE AUS / UK SIZE US SIZE
235 37 4 6.5
240 38 4.5 7
245 39 5.5 7.5
250 40 6 8
255 41 7 8.5
260 42 8 9
265 43 9 10
272 44 9.5 10.5
280 45 10 11
288 46 11 12

Measure the length of your feet in mm, with your heels against a wall. 

For increased accuracy, ask for assistance when measuring. 

If you have broad feet, we recommend selecting one euro size larger than your measurement.

It's common for one foot to be slightly longer than the other. For example, if your results are: right foot (254mm) and left foot (257mm), then we recommend size 42.

If unsure about sizing, we recommend ordering one euro size larger and a set of 1.2cm Ezylift Insoles. These shoe lift insoles can be inserted into your JENNEN shoes if there is a little extra room inside, or into your regular shoes for extra height and cushioning. 

Women Size Guide

FOOT LENGTH (MM) EURO SIZE AUS / US SIZE UK SIZE
212 35 4 2
220 36 5 3
229 37 6 4
237 38 7 5
246 39 8 6
254 40 9 7

Measure the length of your feet in mm, with your heels against a wall. 

For increased accuracy, ask for assistance when measuring. 

If you have broad feet, we recommend selecting one euro size larger than your measurement.

It's common for one foot to be slightly longer than the other. For example, if your results are: right foot (229mm) and left foot (231mm), then we recommend size 38.

If unsure about sizing, we recommend ordering one euro size larger and a set of 1.2cm Ezylift Insoles. These shoe lift insoles can be inserted into your JENNEN shoes if there is a little extra room inside, or into your regular shoes for extra height and cushioning. 

Size Guide

MEN

FOOT LENGTH (MM) EURO SIZE AUS / UK SIZE US SIZE
235 37 4 6.5
240 38 4.5 7
245 39 5.5 7.5
250 40 6 8
255 41 7 8.5
260 42 8 9
265 43 9 10
272 44 9.5 10.5
280 45 10 11
288 46 11 12

WOMEN

FOOT LENGTH (MM) EURO SIZE AUS / US SIZE UK SIZE
212 35 4 2
220 36 5 3
229 37 6 4
237 38 7 5
246 39 8 6
254 40 9 7

Measure the length of your feet in mm, with your heels against a wall. 

For increased accuracy, ask for assistance when measuring. 

If you have broad feet, we recommend selecting one euro size larger than your measurement.

If unsure about sizing, we recommend ordering one euro size larger and a set of 1.2cm Ezylift Insoles. These shoe lift insoles can be inserted into your JENNEN shoes if there is a little extra room inside, or into your regular shoes for extra height and cushioning.