Model inspo for stylish bridal footwear

A woman’s wedding dress is the real main event of the wedding ceremony.

As she makes this dramatic entrance and walks down the aisle, all eyes are on her. Whether a ball gown, A-line or mermaid style, the dress reflects the style of the bride.

However, there is no point in wearing a beautiful dress if you wiggle instead of sliding down the aisle due to the wrong choice of shoes.

So it is understandable that finding the perfect shoe can be just as stressful as finding your dream dress.

Fortunately, there is a wide variety of styles to choose from. Here is a breakdown of the different styles of bridal shoe to help you find the perfect pair for your dress.

Closed heels

This is one of the most traditional styles of wedding shoes. The classic silhouette is both a modern and timeless style. Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle opted for a classic white Givenchy satin heel with a closed toe on her wedding day.

Style inspo: Jimmy Choo Baily pumps

Kitten heel pumps

If you’re not very comfortable on heels and your wedding venue is made of grass or stone but still want to wear something elegant, then a kitten heel is a comfortable wedding shoe option.

Style-Inspo: Roger Vivier, The Viv ‘In the City Pumps

Block heels

For the bride looking for a little more height, block heels are a great option. The style offers both comfort and chic bridal style. Whether you choose sandals or an open toe or closed toe shoe, they’re sturdy enough to get through even the trickiest gait.

Style inspo: the ankle strap pumps by Gianvitto Rossi.

Wedding sandals

You can never go wrong with a high-heeled wedding sandal. Subtle or embellished sandals are a fail-safe option. Traditional or avant-garde, they are perfect for the summer bride.

Style Inspo: Aquazzura Bougainvillea sandals

Platform heels

Do you need comfort and height? Platforms can be a fancy option. The platform silhouette not only ensures the desired height, but also ensures an even and stable stand.

Style inspo: Aquazzura, Sundance Plateau

The glass slipper

For the bride who is looking for her Cinderella moment, of course, she needs a pair of glass slippers. Hence, the sheer loafers would be high on this bride’s list.

Style inspo: Amina Muaddi, The Phoenix Glass Slingback

The Mys Tyler App Helps You Get Outfit and Type Inspo From Ladies With a Related Construct, Then Store Their Appears to be like

Have you ever bought an item of clothing based on a photo of a model only to find that it just doesn’t fit you? It’s hard to guess whether something looks good on you or not based on how it looks on another body, especially if it’s shaped differently than yours. Mys Tyler – a new online shopping and body positivity app – wants to change that.

“Until now, women had to imagine what clothes would look like themselves only to try them on with a shockingly low success rate,” says founder and CEO Sarah Neill in a statement.

She was living in New York when she came up with the idea for Mys Tyler in 2014. Last year she quit her job and returned to Sydney to finally launch the app with the aim of helping women make informed shopping decisions and create an inclusive fashion community. The app has already been downloaded over 83,000 times in 100 countries.

It works by connecting users with women of similar size, fit, proportions, and overall appearance so that they can be inspired by the style and purchase the same flattering items for themselves.

A body quiz asks for personal details like height, age, typical dress and bra size, and even skin tone, and a fit algorithm uses the data to compare you to others who share your characteristics and physique.

You can then “follow” women whose style you like and enjoy a personalized feed of outfit suggestions from women who look like you. Use it for simple inspiration – “maybe I should try flowing dresses too” – or to buy the exact same piece thanks to a direct buy feature that connects you directly to stores and retailers.

You can also sign up as a contributor, post outfits with captions, part information and styling tips, and links to individual items that are still available online – and you can even earn commissions on your suggestions.

“There are millions of women around the world who look like you, love to shop, and know what clothes are best for your body,” says Neill. “We’ll help you find it.”

Research shows that 91 percent of women order the clothes online, are dissatisfied with the fit of their purchases and round Third of online purchases be returned (poor fit is the main culprit).

While Mys Tyler’s main concerns are body positivity, self-confidence, and inclusivity, it also helps the environment by minimizing the waste and carbon footprint that comes with all of these returns.

Mys Tyler is available on the Appstore and Google play.