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Shoe Styles

Nothing makes a beautiful, glamorous dress even more magical than the perfect pair of shoes to complement and accessorize it. After all, for a perfect head-to-toe appearance, you have to pay at least a little attention to those toes. Choose your dress style from the list below to find the perfect pair of shoes to accompany it. Then, take a look at the helpful comfort and style tips to make sure you have no trouble stylishly dancing the night away.

Asymmetrically Hemmed Dress: This dress is perfect for showing off great legs, and a high heel is an ideal accompaniment. Try a strappy sandal with a tall, wedge heel to lift and flatter your legs.

Floor-length Ball Gown: If you are choosing an all-out princess style in your dress, it’s likely your shoes will not be receiving too much attention. In this case, you should go with a simple shoe that will not detract from your dress. Try coupling your dress with a pair of kitten-heeled mules. The low heels will keep you from tripping over your skirt while the mule style will keep your feet comfortable all night.

Long, Slinky Gown: A sexy, slinky gown deserves a pair of sexy, slinky shoes to accompany it. Try wearing a pair of strappy sandals with a high, stiletto heel. The heel will lift your height a couple of inches and the strappy style will show off and flatter your feet.

Flared, Calf-Length Dress: If you are choosing to wear a shorter dress style, your shoes will likely be receiving a lot of attention. With a flare-style cut to your dress, try wearing a pair of platform slingback shoes in the same color as your dress. The slingback style will offer a little bit of retro flare to accompany your dress.

Floor-Length A-Line Gown: A gown with an A-line cut is often not as full in the skirt as a traditional ball gown, and your shoes will likely be seen poking out from time to time. Try wearing a pair of pointy-toed shoes with a slingback strap and a low heel. The low heel will keep you on your feet while dancing, and the pointy toe will be perfect for poking out from under your dress every so often.

 
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