Where to find larger sized womens sandals in sizes 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
Spring and Summer Sandals for the Woman with Larger Sized Feet!
The other Squidoo pages I have created in order to help other women with larger sized feet have done so well, I decided a specialty lens could be helpful too. With spring around the corner, I know I'll be looking for some sandals.
I wear size 12 medium and it is often a disaster when I go looking for sandals that fit me. I'm sorry, but a hard slab of wood with a thin flimsy strap is NOT going to work for me! I have been generally unhappy with the quality and the price. I'll be blunt -- there are a lot of styles that just don't look nice on larger feet, and it seems like a lot of shoe store buyers are unaware of that fact! While I'm happy that they have size 12 or 13, (actually I tend to stand in the store in shock for a few moments if I ever even FIND my size).
However I think that online shoe retailers that specialize in serving customers in larger shoe sizes have more of a clue about what will look attractive on larger sized feet! I hope this page will help you find what you need. I have picked out a few styles that I think are nice, but there's a lot more available on the websites if you choose to go and browse.
If you decide to buy something, I make a little commission off the sale, so thanks! I would also appreciate any comments you have to improve the page. Let me know what are you looking for, so the next time I work on this page I can improve it.
All the shoes featured run in sizes 10, 11, 12, 13,14, and 15.
These are so pretty! My first thought was that these would go nicely with a lot of outfits. I think they would dress up jeans a lot. I would definitely get a lot of wear out of these.
Dulce Mahi Sandal (Black)
Pretty Sandals from Barefoot Tess
I really like these sandals because there is some construction to them. As I said in the introduction to this page (above), a skinny strap is not a sandal to me. I could make something for my feet out of a piece of wood or cardboard and a rubber band if I wanted a flimsy sandal. They'd sure be a conversation piece!
But these "Madison" sandals by Barefoot Tess are really nice. I think the design would actually make my feet look a little smaller. I like that there is construction in the design to give the top of the sandal some width (making my foot look less wide in the process). I think this is a nicely designed shoe.
B.F.T. by Barefoot Tess 'Madison' Sandal (Black)
Sassy and Strappy
These sandals come in several pretty colors
Normally I don't like to draw attention to my feet. I feel like whenever attention is drawn to them, all people will notice is how huge they are. But I think these sandals would draw attention in a nice way. It is really special to find some larger sized women's sandals that look FEMININE. I wish the company had photographed these with some feet in them, but you can see these would look cute. How do you get them on your feet? There's a zipper on the heel. Cool, huh? You can also get these in Black, Blue, Grey, and Red.
B.F.T. by Barefoot Tess Belgium Sandal (Hot Pink)
"Strapped and zippered in an array of jewel colors the Belgium from B.F.T. by Barefoot Tess is sure to be the hit of the summer seasons with fabric straps criss crossing from ankle to toe a flat sole and a closed back with a zipper for ease of entry. "
This sandal isn't my personal style, but my first reaction was "WOW!" Because we don't usually see a sandal (or any shoe) for women in larger sizes that has this much style, do we? I can't remember. This is pretty cool. Wait, on second thought, maybe this one IS my style. Just because it's there, and I CAN. That is pretty cool. I don't think the people at Barefoot Tess realize what a difference they are making in peoples' lives just by giving us something nice for our feet. I'm feeling empowered by a sandal. Lord I am weird.
Kelsi Dagger Ratna Sandal (Black)
Pedicures at home!
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Feel free to leave your comments - This is your chance to tell shoe manufacturers what you are looking for. You never know, they could read this page and the shoe industry could be transformed to be geared toward larger shoes (yeah right) lol