Women’s shoes come in different styles, shapes and sizes. They are also made of different widths; narrow medium, and wide shoes. As a female with large size legs I think it is challenging to decide on or to obtain a great a pair of shoes that will fits. Most of the companies do not make large sizes shoes for women. This is the reason when I buy a boot, it must be worth the purchase price, the comfort and the sweat.
Here are some pointers that I use to get shoes that I’ve stayed with for quite a while and with no regrets attached.
Size of the shoe.
The very first thing you want to search for, and it goes without saying, could be the size. It’s simple, but it can be complex. Shoe companies have different outcomes as it pertains to sizes. Some shoes run small and several other run large for the same sizes.
I realize that without a doubt since Aerosoles shoes do run large for size 11 sometimes ( not totally all styles). Do not only pick a boot because it is your size. Try on the shoe and see when it fits. The thing to think about nowadays is to consider your range so if you’re a size 11 like me you’ve to think about size 10 1/2, size 11, size 11 1/2 and probably size 12 for those who run really small, if it is a great shoes that you actually want.
One more thing to think about in proportions could be the width; medium, wide and extra wide. If you have large size legs then the wide sizes are extremely crucial. I’ve slender legs, not so thin as to warrant a thin shoe but definitely now a broad size or extra wide unless in special conditions, as you will see below. I mainly do medium size shoes.
I have found that a size 10 (wide) may fit my legs if it is an open shoe or sandals or wedges. With wedge shoes I search for size 10 wide all of the time. They can fit well and leave toe room. I have to be carefully not to possess my toes sticking out but it is definitely great getting a smaller size shoe for big size legs. It trims the size.
And for those who wear narrow try the narrow and the medium. Some medium shoes would really fit well and give you a great toe room in the shoe.
Try to find comfort in a shoe.
Another thing to consider in a boot is comfort. Having large legs I sometimes just get desperate and get a boot because I’m tired and I must say i wish to have a boot on or end my search. A huge mistake.
Comfort is quite crucial. I’ve a set of Clarks shoes that have stayed with me for years. These were comfortable right from the box and they have been comfortable all through.
Some shoes do require a break in. What is a break in? You wear the shoe they’ll hurt or pinch for a few days then fit. Such shoes sometimes become the best shoes because once they have expanded they’ll feet your leg and toes really nice and can stay this way for a long time. The only down side with this specific breaking in thing is that, if they’re bad shoes and you walk in quite a while with your toes crunched and squeezed they may make you with a life long blister. And as a provision, no matter what, if the shoe is pinching right from the shelf or after a few momemts in your legs,do not squeeze in it, it you may make you with deformities for life.
On one other side once you put on a boot and it fits well and leaves some very nice toe room, look out, such shoes may expand and expand and after some months they’ll look like baskets. I have some Aerosole Nike Factory Outlet that have done that with me and it hasn’t been good.
Try to find shoes that compliment your wardrobe.
I really like black shoes since they could go with anything in my wardrobe. So,yes, black should really be among the colors to look for.
With the current times and trends women are adorning some striking, bold-colored shoes colors which are great. Red is excellent color if you can find a toned down leather in red. I have seen some green that would excel with long skirts. Some people choose white shoes, but I have never been one to think about white shoes so much.