I wasn’t exactly – ahem – blessed with delicate tiny feet. I go through life with a EU42 (UK9/US11). On top of that, I also have wide feet and ”high” feet (if someone has the correct word for this, let me know :p), so shopping for shoes is not exactly easy. I have spent years shopping my shoes in store, where I knew I would have have to chose between 10-15 options and maybe, just maybe, one of those options wouldn’t look like it was meant to be worn by an 85 year old woman. Now, I usually don’t bother looking anymore, I just hunt for shoes online. These are my favorite places to shop wide fit shoes.
Ahh, my beloved asos :). How could this not be number 1? They have hundreds of wide fit options to chose from, many of which go up to a 42 (UK9), although they also carry a few brands that only go up to a size 41 (UK8). May I suggest using the filter when you shop at asos, so that you only see wide fit shoes and only see shoes that are available in your size. Trust me, it will save you a lot of frustration.
Their collection pretty much has anything from flats to sneakers to fancy party shoes and boots, including awesome over-the-knee boots in stretchy faux-suede that work perfectly for plussize legs too. Delivery and returning is free, and they are very reasonably priced.
2. New Look
A close second to Asos! You can find some of the New Look collection on Asos as well, but they have so much more stuff on their own site that it’s always worth checking it out. Almost their entire wide fit collection goes up to a EU42, but the bigger sized do tend to sell out relatively quickly, so if you see something you like don’t hesitate. By the way New Look: if you notice that the bigger sizes keep selling out, perhaps it’s a good idea to buy more of the bigger sizes, no?
Anyway… Delivery is free if you order more than a certain amount (read: I always have free delivery) but returns are not free (at least not for Belgium and the Netherlands, make sure to dubblecheck for your country!). If you order with Paypal, you can recuperate the return costs. Plus, I’ve never had to return shoes with New Look anyway because every time I ordered there (which is more often than I’d like to admit :p) they have always fit perfectly. Like Asos, they are very reasonably priced. So I can definitely recommend them! Out of the 3 brands I am recommending here, I find that New Look has the widest fit.
3. Dorothy Perkins
Another site I visit regularly and that offers a wide fit collection, although the collection is smaller than the one at Asos or New Look. Still, it’s always nice to have a look. The only thing I did notice is that it’s not really a great fit if you have ”high feet” (seriously, what is the correct term for this…) like me, so I mostly stick to heels and flats and stay away from the boots. If your feet are, you know, more normal compared to mine, I’m sure the fit would be fine. Delivery is free if you order more than a certain amount, returning is not free. Extra bonuspoints: part of the collection goes up to a EU43! I definitely recommend sizing up for heels.
I do know there are other brands that alos have wide fit, but I haven’t tried those myself and it feels weird recommending stuff to you guys without knowing what I’m talking about firsthand… But I will provide you with a little list, so you can check them out yourself if you’d like! If you click on the brand, you’ll go to their wide fit collections.
Other wide fit collections are:
Which one is your favorite?