Mission

Hello and welcome!

I’m sure you can guess from the title of this blog but it’s genuinely been set up to help women with narrow feet find stylish shoes that fit. I mean really stylish shoes, not the granny-like things that many sites try and palm off on us as fashionable. I’m in my 30s and have spent so many hours searching that I’d like to share what I’ve found and continue to find.

In the UK especially, it can feel like I’m fighting a losing battle in trying to find affordable shoes that stay on my feet so I thought I’d share my trials and tribulations and help other people feel less alone 🙂

All contributions, comments and tips are welcome. Plus, if you work for a shoe company of any description and you think you sell narrow shoes, speak up and I’ll come and investigate!

I hope you find this useful! x

2 thoughts on “Mission

  1. Great little blog! I have narrowish feet too, the cheaper the shoe the bigger they get, so frustrating, especially for summery sandal shoes. This summer i got a pair of sandals from duo, they do a narrow fit which did the trick although most of the shoes they sell are a bit grannyish if I’m honest. Ive never looked at duo before but i will again next summer. I just got a pair of steve madden yale boots, all the reviews said theyre too small but i found them perfect. Wonder what his other shoes will fit like? French sole are great for ballerinas, a bit pricey but last a long time. If you can really splurge then you should find jimmy choo will fit you really well. I have two pairs and they feel like they were made to measure. I also have a pair of Louboutins, almost as good a fit as the Choos. All those with regular width feet have to usually go up a size or two to get those on and they still look all squashed up at the front, so for really posh shoes us narrowers do get the last laugh.

    • Thanks for the comment! I completely agree that shoes get wider as they get cheaper and why the sudden influx of extra wide shoes? Why not narrow fit? I have been told that the expensive shoes fit well but I haven’t been able to justify the splurge yet. As and when I save some pennies, I’ll try them out 🙂

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