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Prom Shoes

The most important thing to keep in mind is comfort. It doesn’t matter how amazing
and fantastic the shoe that you pick is – if you are unable to walk by the end of the
night, it was the wrong one! How can you look at your best if your feet feel like they
are about to fall off?

High heels are a common style of shoe, and for good reason – they make your legs
look longer and slimmer and force you to keep good posture. But you don’t need to
go ridiculous with the heel height. Two-inch heels are more than enough to give the
desired effect while saving your poor feet.

If you are used to them, strapped dress sandals are quite popular and can be worn
with most dresses. But they can be a pain to wear – you may find it more
comfortable to choose a dress shoe with an enclosed toe. If you get an enclosed toe,
make sure they have a soft, cushioned upper lining (leather is preferable).

Another option for shoes that are extremely comfortable to wear are ballet shoes.
Unfortunately they are only suitable with full skirts (they just don’t look right with
tight fitted dresses).

It probably doesn’t need to be said, but do ensure that you pick shoes that are the
correct size for you. Shoes that are too big or too small will never feel comfortable,
and a shoe that is too big could leave you with blisters or even come off at an
embarrassing moment!

Once you have decided on your shoes for the prom, make sure you wear them in
before the night. The easiest way to do this is to wear them around the house for an
hour or so each day for a week. If you aren’t used to the style of shoe you bought,
this also gives you a chance to become used to them.

One final tip; it can be difficult to find a colour that matches exactly, so you will
have two options. You can try to find a complementary colour (for example, black to
go with a dark coloured dress), or if the shoe is the right type you can dye it to