Shopping for larger shoes for women has never been more exciting. There are so many options, from classic black to bright pinks and even golds. There’s something for everyone.
When I was created, everything about me was created on the bigger side, including my feet. Growing up it was torturous not being able to buy shoes for my size 11 feet. I’d have to resort to men’s shoes, and that’s not really that cool when you’re a teenager. I can remember seeing one pair of women’s shoes that I REALLY liked, and I squeezed myself into a 9.5 and painfully paid for it. Anything for fashion.
Thankfully, now there are more options for us larger feet ladies, and I am so grateful. SO GRATEFUL. Today I’m sharing those stores, most of which I’ve tried. Your feet can thank me later.
WHERE TO BUY LARGER SHOES FOR WOMEN
BARED FOOTWEAR | UP TO SIZE 43 (US12)
If there is one brand that you’ll find in my wardrobe the most, when it comes to shoes, it’s Bared. They do beautiful, on trend designs and I just can’t get enough! Their customer service is a standout, and I highly recommend using the chat feature for any questions you have. If I am eyeing off a pair of shoes, I generally check in with the Live Chat and ask if they’re good for wide feet. Sometimes they’ll point in the direction of a better fitting shoe, and they’ve even sent out alternative styles when the one I received didn’t work. Amazing customer service.
FRANKIE4 | UP TO SIZE 13
This is also one of my favourite brands because the shoes are just beautifully made, and so comfortable. The footbed inside the shoes is created by a podiatrist and physiotherapist, so that you’re doing the right thing by your feet. I have the NAT white shoes, and they’re amazing. Most comfortable shoes you’ll ever own.
MAHLI THE LABEL | UP TO SIZE 44
With the sweetest boho styles, and stylish details, I’m always in love with everything that Mahli creates. Designed in Australia and created in Bali, this is a brand to watch with sizes up to 44.
BILLINI | UP TO SIZE 12
This new to me brand has an extended size range and it’s really affordable. I bought the knee high boots (above) and was delighted with their roomy style, which easily fit my curvy calves. If you haven’t checked them out yet, I highly recommend.
TARGET AUSTRALIA | UP TO SIZE 11
Although back when I was younger their range was much smaller, Target’s shoes and extended sizes got me through my early 20s. They have great prices and almost every shoe goes up to a size 11. They’ve been bringing out some cracking styles lately, so it’s a great idea to check in regularly. Their larger sizes always sell out fast.
TORRID | UP TO US13
Torrid was one of the first stores that I discovered who did larger sizes for women’s shoes, and I was so excited… especially because they do heels, wedges and other fun styles. Of course, if you’re in Australia there’s postage to take into consideration.
TAKING SHAPE | UP TO SIZE 42
This is a plus-size clothing store in Australia who also happens to make a pretty cool shoe range as well. Bonus! With easy-to-wear styles, and always a fun detail thrown in, they’re fashion with a side of fun. They have great sales so keep an eye out!
JFAHRI | UP TO SIZE 44
Forget big boring shoes, how great are the colours and styles this shop does? I am loving the bright boots, and the other colours they have as well. While their colourful boots are the star of their show, they have other great bright styles that are worth taking a peek at.
WILLOW SHOES | UP TO SIZE 46
While some people might need bigger sizes for the length AND the width, Wilow Shoes specialises in longer shoes. They got some stylish designs, and they also ship worldwide.
WHERE DO YOU SHOP FOR LARGER SHOES FOR WOMEN?
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