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Where I Shop For Cute Big Feet Shoes + Tips And Try On

Image: Woman shopping for big feet shoes to try on at store. Because I wear a size 9, I find myself purchasing a size 10, and it fits my feet perfectly.  When it comes to stylish and cute clothing that is a problem within itself, I notice the prettier the shoe, the smaller or narrow the sizes. If I find a well made beautiful shoe that fits my feet I have to buy them off the rack right then and there.
Where I Shop For Cute Big Feet Shoes + Tips And Try On


Do you struggle with big feet? If, so do you find it hard to snag a cute pair from those popular shiny shoe places?  Do you know of the stores that show off those fancy little shoes that only comes in sizes 2 to 8, Yeah those?
Because I wear a size 9, I find myself purchasing a size 10, and it fits my feet perfectly.
When it comes to stylish and cute clothing that is a problem within itself, I notice the prettier the shoe, the smaller or narrow the sizes. If I find a well made beautiful shoe that fits my feet I have to buy them off the rack right then and there.
Another problem I have is most stores only carry one or two sizes of the bigger shoes such as 10, 11 and 12. 
Online shopping can be atrocious as well because I have to pray and hope my shoe is not to narrow or too wide.

Image: Woman tries on pink shoes for haul. The other day I tried on a pair of pink shoes that fit well. But I did not love the heel at all. For some reason, I want a thick and tall heel.
The other day I tried on a pair of pink shoes that fit well. But I did not love the heel at all. For some reason, I want a thick and tall heel.
Image: Shoe Haul:So, I tried on a sassy brown Steve Madden shoe that fit but was a bit snug on my feet. Imagine standing in them for a long time then removing them only to see the whole shoe lines and print on your foot. Yep, that is an indication they are a little fitted. But the heel was the style I was looking to wear this spring.
So, I tried on a sassy brown Steve Madden shoe that fit but was a bit snug on my feet. Imagine standing in them for a long time then removing them only to see the whole shoe lines and print on your foot. Yep, that is an indication they are a little fitted. But the heel was the style I was looking to wear this spring.

Image: Woman trying on wood shoes for haul. Later I tried on a candy style wood shoe that had a nice high wedge. The bad part was my natural heel was hanging off the back of the shoe.
Later I tried on a candy style wood shoe that had a nice high wedge. The bad part was my natural heel was hanging off the back of the shoe. 
Image: Woman trying on lace up shoes at store. Then I later tried on a shoe that laced up my legs but soon realized my toes were curved over the front the front edge of the shoe I choose. Now I know some will say go up a half size, but I tried that. The problem with that idea is it looked even funnier on my feet because they were too big.   Never fear I did find the shoes I plan to wear this spring seaso
Then I later tried on a shoe that laced up my legs but soon realized my toes were curved over the front the front edge of the shoe I choose. Now I know some will say go up a half size, but I tried that. The problem with that idea is it looked even funnier on my feet because they were too big. 
Never fear I did find the shoes I plan to wear this spring season and I will be showing those in a later post that's coming soon. 

Today I wanted to share the struggle I have when trying on shoes and where I find the best shoes.

So, here it goes.

For support and exact sizes, my number one place is Buckles. They are a bit pricey, but your feet will not hurt.

My next stop for us big feet girls is Cato's Fashion, Torrid and Dillard's.

When I am looking for a shoe, I want comfort and style. Although I love flats, I prefer a wedge or chunky heel. 

A few tips and tricks I've learned along the way.
  • Try on every size ten shoe or larger
  • Shop for the quality your feet will thank you later
  • Different brands can fit different even if it's your exact shoe size
  • Know your style, if you do not like pointed toed shoes, do not buy them just because they are your size.
  • Don't be afraid to try on shoes and walk around the store
  • Ask questions about returns if you buy, and they hurt your feet later
  • Use ship to store. If your shoes are to tight the store will expedite them back faster.
  • Shop on sale days when purchasing higher priced shoes. Always remember every store has a sales, clearance or discounted section.  
  • Ask store clerks where local stores are in your city that carries shoes for larger feet
Last, but not least it is not easy finding that shoe that is crazy cool. But with a little snooping and digging I am finding places and shoes that look amazing on my feet. Last year I cleared out shoes, that don't fit, so I had to acquit them. In a few days from now, I will be getting rid of the ones that are cute but downright hurt my feet.

Shoe shopping has become a real chore for me, and I have to do it on my day off and only do that one thing. It can be overwhelming, but ladies, if you have big feet, stay strong and keep trying those shoes on.

Do you have any tips please leave below? 

Until Next Time See Ya In A Bit!

xo tangie

3 comments

  1. Nice tips definitely will be taking a few off of the list for myself!!
    Thanks

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  2. I wear a sized 7 but I know that when I go looking for shoes I always like to make sure they're more narrow than wide! If I buy a shoe that is my size BUT has too muc width, I notice that it gets super uncomfortable! My tip would be to know wether youre a "wide" or "narrow" and make sure you're getting the right one along side your correct shoe size.

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