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10 PLACES TO SHOP FOR WIDE WIDTH SHOES

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If you’re a cute little chubby-footed babe, you know the struggle of shopping for adorable shoes that can comfortably cradle your feet. I always have a solid rotation about 5 shoes in my closet, and lots more that I don’t wear because they just don’t fit well enough. Recently, I’ve really been making an effort to buy comfortable, durable, and well fitting shoes, that I am also totally obsessed with. It hasn’t been easy, but it’s been pretty fun! If you’re in the same boat as me, and want to start placing a little more priority on your fine little feet, this list is a great place to start. Here are 10 places to shop for wide width shoes:

1. Avenue

This is my go-to store every year when I start shopping for knee high boots (they just started rolling out their fall line up of boots this week and more will be out soon!). I love them because they offer lots of options in many differing price points, so there’s always something that works for me. They also have a great size chart, and go up to a size 13!

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2. Asos

I think most of us know that this plus size clothing giant carries great clothes, but how often do you check out their shoes? Because Asos has a HUGE amount of wide width shoes, with sizes going up to 11!

3. SimplyBe

This is always one of my top picks for winter boots and great heels because they have a HUGE selection! Out of all of the places on the list, SimplyBe is definitely coming in first place for the amount of options they have. Their size chart can be a bit confusing but any time I’ve needed help figuring out what calf size I need to purchase their customer service has been great. Sizes vary, some brands go up to size 12.

4. Torrid

Torrid has been increasing their stock of fashionable shoes for a couple years now, and I’m finally sold on a lot of their styles. I also just really love Torrid’s commitment to the belief that my fat ass can walk in 4 1/2 inch heels and appreciate their faith in my balance. It’s the little things, ya know? Sizes go up to 13.
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5. Comfortview

Comfortview is a brand of shoes that specializes in wide widths. While they don’t have their own store front, they’re sold on several plus size sites. They do have a store on Amazon, that’s easy to access and gives you all the latest styles. Sizes go up to 13.
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6. Ashley Stewart

Ashley Stewart came out with some super cute sandals this year, and I’m pumped (haha shoe jokes!) to see what comes out this fall. They have lots of awesome strappy sandals and their shoes are eye catching without being overwhelming. Into it. Make sure you check their sale section, because their sale shoes don’t show up on the “view all” page! Up to size 12.
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6. Forever 21+

Though the selection is very small, the reviews are surprisingly good for their wide width, plus size shoe selection! Because wide calf boots can be so incredibly expensive, these boots are definitely worth checking out. If you’re looking for cheap boots for fall I’d jump on these because I wouldn’t be surprised if they start selling out soon! Up to size 13.
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7. Yours Clothing

All of their shoes are a EEE fit (which basically means they’re as wide as they come), so you don’t have to worry about sizing or whether or trying to figure out if you’re a “curvy wide” or “super wide”, which I totally appreciate. And look at these adorable jellies. To die for. Sizes up to 13.
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8. New Look

Trendy shoes abound on this site. They’re so cute, they start making me think that I might want to actually trade in my dress habit for a shoe habit. I have heard that their “wide” fit is a little on the smaller side compared to some brands, so if you’re just a little more pudgy footed than the average babe, these would be great for you! Up to size 9 (occasional 10).
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9. Long Tall Sally

This shoe company is dedicated to making fashion forward shoes for the sizes 10-15, and offer many of their styles in wide widths. Recently, I saw a great review on them by Jessica Kane and they look really solid and well made!
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10. Zappos 

No list of shoes is complete without Zappos. The site is a bit hard to navigate when looking for wide width shoes, but that’s just because they carry every damn shoe under the sun. Sizes go up to 13.
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So, you think you’re ready to give those super cute wide feet the lovin’ they deserve? Do you have any other favorite places to shop for shoes? Let me know in the comments!
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  • Toni
    July 26, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    I would add Payless. Their quality lasts so much longer for me than Torrid or LB, plus cheaper and they have a lot of cute designs. Like at least 90% of my shoes are from there, I am a 12w.

    • fatgirlflow
      July 27, 2015 at 2:29 am

      I really like payless too! They’re definitely great for wide width shoes. I wonder if they have payless outside of the US… hmmmm…

  • Aggie
    July 27, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    Which of these sites carries small sizes?? I’m a size 5 wide and I have sooooooo much trouble finding shoes :'(

    • fatgirlflow
      July 27, 2015 at 6:24 pm

      I would definitely try zappos!!! And comfortview!

  • Sarah
    April 16, 2016 at 10:36 pm

    I randomly found you on youtube and I have been obsessed with your videos and I thought I’d check out your website. I stumble upon this post and it’s like heaven shined a light down on me! GIRL! I seriously NEVER find shoes. I am stuck with rainbow flip flops and tennis shoes that aren’t even cute. I am SO glad I found you–just placed an order on yours clothing for some cute basic sandals and I’m so excited to wear them with my super new cute clothing I’ve purchased inspired by you! THANKS GIRL <3

    • fatgirlflow
      April 17, 2016 at 9:36 am

      AHHHH I’m so glad you’ve found stuff that works for you!!!!! <3 xoxo

  • Rachel
    May 3, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    I recently discovered this amazing shoe line that started out in Australia that not only carries wide width shoes, but also allows you to custom design your own shoes. The prices are a little steep, but I would suggest investing in these shoes for a special event or just save up for a nice pair. Cute true wide width shoes are sooo hard to find! You can also find the line at Nordstrom. If you are from the Pacific Northwest like me, you can visit them at Nordstrom Bellevue Square and book an appointment with a personal shoe stylist and even host a shoe party. https://www.shoesofprey.com/
    https://www.shoesofprey.com/store/us/nordstrom-bellevue-square

    Also, another suggestion for Aggie who was looking for smaller sizes in a wide width is Cinderella of Boston. I heard of them while watching Little Women LA, go figure! They are always wearing cute shoes!
    http://www.cinderellaofboston.com/index.cfm

    Corissa, thank you for all the work you have done to compile all these lists, your advice, and your positive outlook that has helped so many and will continue to inspire us all! Much love xo

    • fatgirlflow
      May 4, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      YOU HAVE SO MANY AMAZING SUGGESTIONS THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!! <3 YOU inspire ME!!!! <3

  • Rachel
    May 6, 2016 at 11:54 pm

    Hello again!
    My last comment ran a little long, but I cannot believe I forgot to mention Allegria shoes. I practically live in them. I can personally attest to their comfort. They come in many adorable styles and because they have a wide toe box and a wide width insert they are perfect for people that have problems with their feet. I have a flat foot problem and bunions but after lots of research I found these and I swear by them. I own the Debra Sugar Skulls and the Paloma (style escapes me but they look like a disco ball). Check them out!
    https://www.alegriashoeshop.com/

    • DW
      August 20, 2016 at 1:41 pm

      Thanks for mentioning Alegria, Rachel!! I recently discovered them and bought a pair of Paloma mary janes on eBay. I tend to have a lot of foot problems because I wear 11WW and I have pain in my heels. I’ve been trying to find plus size bloggers who talk about Alegria shoes because I want to know more about other peoples experiences with them. Since they are so expensive, I can’t buy a bunch of the different styles to try out, and they are hard to find in stores, especially in the 42 wide/11 wide. I feel like they could be a great plus size accessory, and I wish more people would write and make videos about them.

    • Melanie
      September 26, 2016 at 10:13 am

      Hi Rachel, can you explain the wide width insert in the Alegria shoes-clogs.? I wear a 7 wide. Should I order my size but will the insert fir correctly? Thanks so much.

  • Rachel
    October 15, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Melanie,
    Sorry for the late response, I just saw your message. Maybe you’ve found your answer, if not here is a link with more description of the Alegria wide width insert, http://www.alegriashoeshop.com/FREE-Wide-Option-p/alg-wide.htm
    In my personal experience I have found the wide insert to be helpful in overall fit. I have 2 styles of Alegria, the Paloma and the Debra styles and both have wide inserts and seem to fit just fine.
    On another note, I like to add a recommendation for a good wide width running shoe. I recently purchased a pair of Nike Lunar Glide 6. I read some reviews and lots of people rave about this particular style of the Nike Lunar Glide. One reviewer recommended purchasing them in the men’s size, since they seem to be a wider fit. Luckily, I found that that make the Nike Lunar Glide 6 in a more feminine pattern, the Photosynthesis. I was able to find some on Eastbay for a really good price. I would highly recommend. http://m.eastbay.com/?uri=product&sku=76259401&model=218843&cm=GLOBAL%20SEARCH:%20KEYWORD%20SEARCH

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