The best heels for women with larger feet
There was a time when wide shoe sizes meant ugly shoes, without heels. Period! But thanks to more versatile shoe designs, women with large or wide feet are not restricted for choices. Wide feet can be inherited, caused due to problems like swelling or may be the result of an injury. However, do keep these tips in mind if you have wide feet.
- Always measure both the feet. Sometimes, a slight fluctuation in sizes is possible.
- Opt for shoes that come with a removable insert or even lining. This gives you more room on days when you have swelling. These shoes accommodate your orthotics needs.
Wedge heels for women size 12 are easily available. These wedges can be in pump or peep toe styles so that your feet look trimmer and longer. The strappy designs can be chosen but avoid single straps or noodle straps as they make the feet look wider. Something that covers a chunk of the feet gives your feet a sleeker appearance.
Check out this Pleaser day and night pump in glitter that embraces classic glamour of the sophisticated couture styles of silver-screen starlets. It has a touch of contemporary rhinestones, luscious suede and colored metallics. The glitter trims and architecture-inspired constructions make it wearable from day to night.
Another smart pick ais the BCBG Paris Andreaz wedge sandal. The BCBG Paris Innax channels your 70′s style and is right on trend. It is versatile enough to be paired with denim, skirts, and dresses. The suede upper with patent trim adds pizzazz while the ankle strap with an adjustable buckle is perfect for those with water retention or swollen feet trouble.
As a rule of thumb, always pick shoes that are comfortable and also fashionable. If you just squeeze into something that is too tight, it may lead to blisters, corns, claw toes and even bunions. Also, very high heels can cause calf muscles and Achilles tendons.