When I mentioned to my mom that I’d be gathering a list of the best shoes for wide feet she lamented the fact that, for decades, there were not a lot of options available to her. And definitely not any stylish ones. Luckily for her, and anyone else looking to find a little extra wiggle room in their footwear, more and more brands have been embracing wide sizing, even designing shoes for broad feet that are downright cool. The eight brands on this list all offer a multitude of styles in wide widths (including sizes C and D)—some even come in the extra wide measurements of E or 2E—that are chic, comfortable and right on trend for 2020.

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This Arkansas-based company was one of the first brands to venture into wide widths over 50 years ago. Munro focuses on making comfortable, cute kicks with an impeccable fit—even going so far as having an extensive fit guide on its website. To this day Munro makes shoes in a whopping 19 sizes (from 4 to 11 in whole and half sizes, and whole sizes from 12 to 14) as well as five different widths, so you can be sure your shoes feel just right.

Shop our current favorite Munro styles:

1. Munro Harrison II Bit Loafers

Just like a little black dress or classic trench coat, these simple black loafers will never be out of style. But it also doesn’t hurt that loafers are one of the biggest shoe trends of 2020.

Buy it ($210)

2. Munro Finley Booties

Lace-up booties are another hot style, but we think this luxe-looking burgundy faux-croc is special enough to stand out from the pack.

Buy it ($230)

3. Munro Sandi Sneakers

This sporty sneaker will look just as good with a floral midi dress as it will with your favorite leggings and a cozy oversize knit.

Buy it ($200; $120)


Founded by Phillip J. Vasyli., a podiatrist, Vionic is all about designing stylish shoes that just so happen to be supportive. This includes an emphasis on the proper fit, which explains why the brand offers four different widths: narrow, medium, medium/wide and wide. Vionic also touts a varied (albeit impressive) group of celebrities fans, including Kristen Cavallari, Alexa Chung and Oprah all singing its praises.

Shop our favorite Vionic shoes:

4. Vionic Raina Water-Resistant Booties

Tired of replacing your trusty booties year after year due to rain and snow damage? Enter the Vionic Raina boot, which looks gorgeous and has been treated with water-resistant technology, so you won’t stress next time you get stuck in an unexpected downpour.

Buy it ($150)

5. Vionic Savannah Flats

Sport these easy flats with raw-hem skinny jeans for weekends at the playground and then a tailored suit, come Monday’s big meeting.

Buy it ($120)

6. Vionic Josie Kitten-Heel Pumps

The pointed toe helps narrow the appearance of your feet, and the trendy kitten heels means your toes won’t be screaming after just a few hours of wear.

Buy it ($140)


Clarks has been crafting shoes for almost 200 years, making the brand one of the most respected (and well-developed) in the biz. The company has partnered with engineers, podiatrists and other foot experts to gain a thorough understanding of what our feet need to be happy and healthy. Clarks recently began offering wide widths for their most popular styles, with the promise to add more soon.

Shop our favorite Clarks shoes:

7. Clarks Clarkdale Arlo Boots

Both the style and construction of these black Chelsea boots will last you for years and years to come.

Buy it ($160)

8. Clarks Kaylin Cara 2 Heels

Every gal needs a pair of neutral pumps she can wear to just about anything on her calendar. And these, my friends, most definitely fit the bill.

Buy it ($110)

9. Clarks Pure Tone Flats

The supple leather of these minimalist flats will mold and adjust to your feet, providing even more comfort than a sturdier, wide-width pair.

Buy it ($110)


If unique designs, funky colors and a price point under $100 is what you’re looking for, ASOS’s got your back. Or, uh, feet. The U.K.-based retailer offers both wide and extra wide styles from a number of brands, such as Simply Be, River Island, Public Desire and Raid, in addition to its own in-house collection. Pro tip: If you see something you like, pick it up ASAP. Hot new styles tend to sell out fairly quickly, especially in specialty sizes.

Shop our favorite ASOS shoes:

10. ASOS Angelo Lace-Up Hiker Boots

Who needs basic Timberlands when you can pick up this funky pair with crisscrossed straps across the front?

Buy it ($64)

11. ASOS Kennedy Flat Knee Boots

Stuart Weitzman does offer wide widths for some of its classic styles, including its incredibly popular over-the-knee boots but more on that later. For those who’d rather save than splurge on designer kicks, this ASOS style is just as stylish—but about one tenth the cost.

Buy it ($64)

12. ASOS Hattie Mid-Heeled Mule Sandals

The pale blue hue works for both summer and winter, evoking images of cloudless summer afternoons and frozen icicles.

Buy it ($40)

13. ASOS Dizzy Lace-Up Sneakers

Everyone should have a pair of classic white kicks as part of their shoe wardrobe, And that’s because they pair with anything and everything, from silk slip dresses to cut-off jeans and even tailored trousers.

Buy it ($19)


Another doctor-founded and podiatrist-approved brand, Dr. Scholl’s is well known for its all-encompassing range of footcare products, including insoles and shoes that are good for your feet. The fact that Jackie O. was a massive fan also provides a heavy dose of fashion cred. Not every style from the brand comes in wide widths, but there are still plenty of trendy and classic designs to choose from.

Shop our favorite Dr. Scholl’s shoes:

14. Dr. Scholl’s Madison Sneakers

You can never go wrong with a simple black sneaker. That said, we’re partial to a more detailed croc-embossed style for a little extra pop.

Buy it ($70)

15. Dr. Scholl’s Rate Booties

We’re kind of obsessed with the dainty lace pattern on these easy ankle boots. And we love how well they pair with even the most delicate summer frocks or textured knits for winter.

Buy it ($60)

16. Dr. Scholl’s Dakota Wedge Booties

The lace-up detailing at the front gives you additional flexibility when to comes to fit, so you can adjust for bunions or swollen ankles.

Buy it ($95; $60)


Beyond just stunning, fashion-forward footwear, Stuart Weitzman is known for making shoes that are beautifully crafted, long-lasting and that fit like a glove. So, we were incredibly excited to discover that many of Stuart Weitzman’s most popular styles, as well as some newer pieces, now come in wide widths. For now, it appears the extended-sizing selection is limited, but the company has promised that it will continue to expand its options.

Shop our favorite Stuart Weitzman shoes:

17. Stuart Weitzman The Tieland Boots

Yes, the boot we all know and love does indeed come in wide widths (at least in black suede and leather).

Buy it ($798)

18. Stuart Weitzman The Aleena 75 Sandals

So simple and so chic, these strappy heels are perfect for date nights, wedding receptions and cocktail parties with friends.

Buy it ($395; $237)

19. Stuart Weitzman The Manila Signature Loafer

The combination of a tough lug sole and traditional penny loafer upper means these beauties will add some edge to plaid shackets to preppy sweater sets.

Buy it ($450)


Similar to Stuart Wetizman, Keds currently offers a selection of its core best-sellers, plus some newer styles, in wide and extra-wide widths. The company has also expanded two of its most popular collaborations—Rifle Paper Co. and Kate Spade New York—to include extended sizing. Finally, you can stock up on all the whimsical floral prints and sparkly glitter kicks your heart desires.

Shop our favorite Keds shoes:

20. Keds Champion Originals Sneakers

You truly can’t go wrong with this simple, iconic staple. (But good luck keeping it crisp and white.)

Buy it ($50)

21. Keds x Rifle Paper Co. Double Decker Lively Floral Sneakers

Mix and match floral patterns by pairing these slip-on kicks with a midi dress covered in ditsy daisies or bold blooms.

Buy it ($65; $45)

22. Keds Scout Boots II in Water-Resistant Canvas

For those who don’t love the look of a traditional rain boot, why not give these high-top booties a whirl? The sole is thicker and offers more stability than your typical Keds, while the laces mean you can definitely wear these with thick socks.

Buy it ($70)


Naturalizer makes some of the most comfortable shoes we’ve ever stepped into, including both heels and heeled boots. The brand offers styles in narrow, medium and wide, and every pair comes with its signature cushioned footbed and contour technology, which transforms even a simple pair of flats into your favorite all-day walking shoes.

Shop our favorite Naturalizer shoes:

23. 27 Edit Abilyn Heels

Yes, the heel on these strappy heels looks high (its actually 3 ½ inches), but the strategic placement of the middle strap and the addition of extra cushioning at the ball of the foot makes for a surprisingly comfortable high heel.

Buy it ($150)

24. Naturalizer Barton Flats

Not quite a loafer but not quite a traditional flat, these pointy-toe stunners go from dressy to casual with ease.

Buy it ($120)

25. Naturazlier Soul Melodi Boots

The sock fit of this ankle boot is both supremely comfortable and chic.

Buy it ($99)

26. Naturalizer Finlay Slingbacks

Swap out your chunky loafers for this slick slingback pair once warmer weather returns.

Buy it ($120; $72)

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