With a measuring tape measure the width of your foot in millimetres around the widest part.

If one foot is wider than the other use the widest width measurment.

Find your shoe size in the left hand column of the chart below.

Follow the row to the right until you find your foot width measurment (or the nearest to it), then follow the column down for your width fitting

D fit shoes > E fit shoes > EE fit shoes > EEE fit shoes > EEEE fit shoes > EEEEE fit shoes > EEEEEE fit shoes >


We’re all about fabulously designed footwear – but there’s more to shoes than just how gorgeous they look. How they fit and feel on your feet is just as important.

The key to getting this right is to find your ideal shoe width fitting. Most ladies’ shoes are sold in what’s known as a ‘standard’ or ‘D’ fitting. If you find that most shoes feel narrow or they pinch and squeeze your feet it’s a sure sign that you need wide fit shoes.

Wait - come back! This doesn’t mean you’re relegated to ugly shoes or suffering for style’s sake. Luckily for you, We have a stunning selection of ladies' wide fitting shoes that are chic and stylish.

Order a paper copy of measuring guide here > Download printable version > How to measure yourself for wide fitting shoes >
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