Finding the perfect high heels for the prom is almost as exciting as finding the right dress. It is all about saying “These are my shoes” when you see them. You have to think about the color, style, height of the heels etc.
Try finding prom shoes that will be useful even after that special night. Whether you will choose them in metallic, black or a light pastel color it doesn’t matter as long as you calculated the option to wear them after that. You can find nice shoes which to wear years after the event and still fit you perfectly.
How to choose the color
Prom shoes are a great option if you want to wear something unusual. If the dress is in black or a neutral color the shoes can be in red, pale pink or gray.
The classical mini black dress which fits perfectly tight to the body will look more feminine if you combine it with snake print shoes on a neutral color.
For the dresses in blue, green, burgundy can be hard to find matching shoes in the same color. So the silver, copper or gold are perfect for the case. Pastel tones look amazing with silver shoes. Earthly colors are great in combination with copper and gold, in some cases also with a nude color. And when it comes to the bright and colorful heels you can always combine them with classical black, dark blue or beige-colored dresses.
If you have an unusual style for you is the following combination – khaki dress with two shades brighter heels.
How to choose the style
There are so many possibilities for the choice of prom shoes. You can choose from sandals, leather heels, Mary Janes, platforms etc. Most of these shoes are appropriate for the prom.
If you are wearing a long dress, simple, closed high heels or sandals will do great. Short dresses can take advantage from platforms, summer boots, the uniqueness of a pair of dark high-heeled shoes with black tips or just a stylish slim heeled shoe.
Most important when choosing prom shoes is to choose the height you will feel comfortable with to dance and walk all night. You do not want the only prom memory to be how uncomfortable the shoes were and how the next day your feet hurt.