It really does make a difference. So … all my fellow Jimmy Choo, Stuart Weitzman, Manolo Blahnik, and Christian Louboutin fans, please practice walking sexily in your wedding shoes before the big day. And practice lots, particularly if you’re not an everyday wearer of heels. Not only will the proper practice make a great difference in posture and poise (which I promise will show on camera), but later in the night you won’t be going barefoot on the dancefloor and dragging your dress around against your will. (I would like to note that none of my clients have ever been guilty of this unsexy walking, but I have seen it happen to perfectly lovely brides at other weddings).