What to Do When You Have New Bridal Shoes


Let’s face it, heels look beautiful until you wear them for at least three hours or more. Before deciding on which pair of shoes to get for your wedding, there are a couple of factors that needed to be taken into consideration the style of your wedding gown, the quality of the shoes and its material, heel size, and comfort.

Getting a new pair of shoes is indeed very exciting, especially with the fact that you will be wearing this pair on the most important day of your life. Z Wedding has offers a huge variety of bridal shoes, and you could be tempted to buy them and simply wear them on your wedding day. However, has it crossed your mind whether or not you can last in them during the whole duration of your wedding? One answer to this concern is breaking in your bridal shoes.

Breaking in your shoes means wearing them before the wedding date to soften the material or doing things like blow drying them to expand the shoe to avoid blistering and pain when wearing them.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to breaking in your wedding shoes.

Slowly But Surely
What you want to happen when breaking into your new shoes is to soften them up and adjusted to your foot. You will not want to wear them for your wedding and be in pain for the entire day. What you can do to avoid this horrible situation is to wear your shoes for a couple of minutes every day until you feel as if the material is moulding to your feet. The more you can wear them and break them will only help make them more and more comfortable.

Wear Chunky Socks
One way to expand and stretch out the material of your new shoes is to put on an extra volume on your feet. You can do so by wearing a few layers of socks or donning a pair made with chunky materials. Doing this trick can help gently stretch the material of your shoes so it fits your feet better and actually creates enough room to accommodate your shoe size.

Use Blow Dry
Probably one of the oldest tricks in the book is to use a blow dryer to soften the material of your brand new shoes. The heat from the dryer softens the leather or any material, causing it to expand and accommodate your foot size. Blow dry any tight spots along your shoes for about 20 to 30 seconds and let it cool for a while. Afterwards, you can wear them along with your socks and walk around in them to further soften the material.

Shoe Shaper Trick
If you want to save your feet from developing any blisters but still want to break in your shoes, consider using shoe shapers lined with a couple of layers of socks. Place these socks-lined shapers inside each pair overnight. Afterwards, try them on the next morning and see if doing this trick has made any difference in having a better fit for a shoe.

If you will like to find out more about our bridal boutique, feel free to give us a call at 6337 2678 or drop us an email at enquiries@zwedding.com.sg for more information.

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