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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby Sonya1 » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:12 pm

mfggurl wrote:I'm having a hard time finding something I like in a feasible size. I'm a men's size 12 1/2 - 13 which makes finding women's sizes a challenge, especially in cute shoes.

I'm with you on that one! You either get women's shoes that look like a man's or Elton John/hooker style ....... nothing just cute/normal.
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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby Rosabella » Fri Jan 03, 2014 4:19 am

mfggurl wrote:I'm having a hard time finding something I like in a feasible size. I'm a men's size 12 1/2 - 13 which makes finding women's sizes a challenge, especially in cute shoes.

I believe Payless Shoes may have that size. I go there and get size 11 and notice there are shoes 1 - 2 sizes bigger there. I think that they get some really cute inexpensive shoes there sometimes. I wish you success.

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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby CarolineM » Sun Jan 05, 2014 1:09 am

It appears Barratts (UK shoe store which did larger sizes) has just completely bitten the dust, which is kind of a shame (they weren't particluarly good quality, but they were easily accessible)

Will have to take my size 10 feet elsewhere.

I have to say, though, that my niece, who is 14, already has size 10 feet, which is quite scary (she's not particularly tall or anything) She laments over not finding any nice shoes in her size too... hopefully the market will adapt :)



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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby HelenR » Sun Jan 05, 2014 5:53 pm

I have learned, to my cost, that the only way of finding out if a particular pair of shoes will fit is to go to the shop, try them on and walk round in them. My proper foot size is about 10 1/2 but I have a pair of 11's that just about fit and some pairs in 10 that are a little big. Because of the open styles of womens' shoes and their lack of support they will either fit you well or will never fit you.

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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby DebbieT » Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:46 am

Diechmans often sell women's shoes up to size 11. And sometimes they don't look like docker's boots.

The store is also thoughtfully laid out in rows of shoes in size order. This means that when you get up to the nine+ shoes, one side of the aisle is men's and the other side is women's - so even if you're a little nervous, people will assume you're looking at the men's.


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Re: Shoe sizes.

Postby carlyb » Sat Jan 16, 2016 2:17 pm

I went into tesco and I found in the f+f range the same size fit me. And I'm a 7 in mens

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