What's The Proper Wedding Shoes To Wear To An October Wedding With A Black Dress?
You don't describe the length of your dress, but I suggest Black T-straps with medium heels. T-strap shoes add a note of surprise to a little-black-dress outfit. They could be patent leather and you could carry a matching bag.
I think you could match them with gold or silver shoes depending on your jewelry and your purse. You could also just wear black shoes which are easy. Any style works, just don't do platforms or something too sexy.
One of the greatest things about black dresses is you can wear ALMOST any color shoe with them. Depending on your shoe "prowess," you can wear zebra print shoes, hot pink, red, silver, almost anything that lets people know that you are purposely creating a contrast.
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