From casually chic loafers to made-for-the-dancefloor heels, elegant ballerina pumps and cosy ankle boots - the right shoe can make or break any outfit. It can set and change the tone of any look; styling skinny jeans with riding boots makes for a stylish and easy off-duty look, but swapping them for a pair of sleek mules at dinner time adds a hint of elegance.
What fashionistas look for in the perfect pair is protection from the elements and great fit, without compromising on style. But fit is not all about size; the right width is just as important, even though different options are not widely offered. At navabi, we have set the bar quite high when it comes to giving you access to the latest, most fabulous styles. Our buyers have curated a handpicked selection of beautiful styles especially designed for plus size women, in a wide range of shapes and sizes.
We have created a handy width size guide to help you find shoes that fit you just right.
Step 1: Measure the width of your feet
Stand up straight with no shoes on and take a tape measure around the widest part of the ball of your foot.
Step 2: Check out our width size guide
Standard fit - D
D is classed as the standard fit, which means that you will most likely fit into most styles. All you need to go by is the size corresponding to the length of your foot.
Wide fit - E
E is for slightly wider feet. You could comfortably still fit in rounded toe D fit shoes, but selecting this size means you could go for more narrow-looking styles as well.
Extra wide fit – EE (EEE for some brands)
EE offers maximum comfort for wider feet. Loafers or trainers are a good choice for an this fit, ensuring your stay comfortable while looking stylish.
Ultra wide fit – EEEEEE (EEEEE for some brands)
If you require that extra bit of room the EEEEE fit is the right one for you. Lace ups, moccasins and strappy ballet flats are the ideal choice for this fit.
NAVABI WIDE FIT SIZE GUIDE
Measured around the widest part of the foot in centimeters