Where to Find Shoes Over Size 10
The best brands for larger-footed ladies
It’s one thing to covet a killer pair of heels only to discover they’re sold out. It’s an entirely different thing when said pair isn’t even made in your size. Thus is the plight of ladies who wear shoes above a size 10 (two PureWow editors included). Luckily, there are a number of brands that cater to larger sizes without sacrificing style. Here, 13 of our favorites.
Tory Burch (up to size 11)
Expect: Easy, vacation-ready styles, like the Clarisse espadrille sandal ($195).
Chinese Laundry (up to size 11)
Expect: Colorful, reasonably priced basics, like the Easy Does It D’Orsay flat ($45).
ASOS (up to size 11)
Expect: Minimalism with a twist like the Fool All two-part sandals ($40).
J.Crew (up to size 12)
Expect: Simple wardrobe staples, like the Parisian-inspired Kiki ballet flat ($150).
Stuart Weitzman (up to size 12)
Expect: Wear-forever classics, like the Nudist sandal ($398).
Nine West (up to size 12)
Expect: Affordable, work-appropriate heels, like the Martina pointed-toe pump ($79).
Jimmy Choo (up to size 12)
Expect: Not-so-affordable (but to-die-for) statement-makers, like the Lance sandals ($895).
Lane Bryant (up to size 12W)
Expect: Comfortable versions of trendy silhouettes, like the lace-up strappy flat ($45).
Tod's (up to size 12)
Expect: Preppy, well-made standbys, like the Gommino driving shoe ($445).
Sorel (up to size 12)
Expect: Weather-resistant boots that don’t sacrifice aesthetics, like the Joan of Arctic wedge ($240).
Sam Edelman (up to size 13)
Expect: On-trend shapes, like the Tina flatform sandal ($105).
Autograf New York (up to size 13)
Expect: Menswear-inspired pairs, like the Gia metallic oxfords ($326).
Soley Originals (custom)
Expect: Whatever you want--these bad boys are made to measure (from $150).