Whites for Occasions
One steadfast rule is to never wear white to a wedding unless you’re the bride. If pastels are in your wedding outfit’s color scheme, try tan, silver, or gray shoes instead of white. No matter what the season, it’s never appropriate to wear white shoes to a somber event such as a funeral.
Accordingly, can I wear tennis shoes to a wedding?
It’s definitely a common trend for a bride to have a more comfortable pair of shoes to change into after the ceremony. … Just be sure to choose a pair that complements your look – I’d steer away from ‘athletic’ styles of tennis shoes for a wedding as those would appear too casual.
Regarding this, can a bride wear trainers?
Wedding trainers are the perfect finishing touch to any bridal look. … As well as looking chic with all kinds of wedding dresses, there’s an obvious practical advantage to trainers on your big day: no aching feet to keep you away from the dance floor.
What is the white shoe rule?
No rule enrages Miss Manners’ Gentle Readers as much as the ban against wearing white shoes (unless you are a baby, a bride, or playing tennis) between Memorial Day (not Easter) and Labor Day. … The advantage of the white shoe rule is that hardly anyone notices any disobedience.
“According to the Emily Post Institute, it’s acceptable to wear white, as long as it doesn’t ‘distract from the bride or her attendant’s dresses. ‘ For example, a colorful, cocktail-length dress with a white lace overlay is acceptable,” says Lehman.
Though you can’t just wear any Converse shoes under your dress, WeddingWire explains there are some do’s and don’t with your Converse wedding shoes. … Keep your colors light so that they complement your dress. No-show socks go well with low-cut, slip-on, and platform Converse shoes.
Choosing the right suit is paramount in pulling off a suit with sneakers look. When pairing a suit with sneakers, it’s best to opt for a slim cut suit that has tapered trousers with no break (i.e. your trouser leg shouldn’t sit over the top of your shoe). And never attempt to wear sneakers with a tuxedo.
In short, yes.