Where To Buy Large Womens Shoes - Alarna Hope
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Where To Buy Large Womens Shoes

Where to buy large womens shoes in Sydney and across Australia.

Something that really gets me down is when a client tells me they can’t find shoes to fit them.

Shoes are supposed to be our guilty pleasures, the items we invest in because they’re gorgeous! They’re supposed to lift our outfits, our spirits and our backsides! We should all be able to have a good shoe collection, regardless of size. So, today’s post is a hearty list of brands that will cater to feet from a size 10.5 and up, because when I see a wardrobe with two pairs of shoes that look like they were built for comfort and/or gardening – it breaks my heart!

 

First things first, there are brands in here that can be found in department stores, but that may not mean that store is currently holding your size. If that’s the case, order the shoe in, places like Myer and David Jones have excellent returns policies and can help you out with a swap or refund if you need to change sizes.

Large Women’s Shoe Brands Australia

  • Diana Ferrari
  • Ziera
  • Peter Sheppard
  • Stuart Weitzman
  • Rollie’s
  • Toni Pons
  • Naturalizer
  • Hush Puppies
  • Josef Seibel
  • CBD
  • FRANKiE4
  • Converse
  • Django & Juliette
  • Minki
  • Katie n’ Me
  • Dr Martins
  • Timberlands
  • Arkoo
  • Magnini
  • Brenda Zaro
  • Sketchers
  • Sensational Soles
  • Mollini
  • Gabor
  • Minx
  • Asos
  • Sperry
  • Romika

SHOE SHOPPING TIPS FROM A PERSONAL STYLIST

If you’re a regular here, you know I’m all about finding the perfect fit in everything when it comes to your wardrobe. If you’re new here (hiiiiiii!!!!!!!!!) I’ve got to tell you how important it is to get your shoe fit perfect.

If you’re lucky enough to have a department store or specialist store (I’ve listed some below) nearby, pop into them and let them fit you. Like clothing, each brands sizing varies, you might be a smaller shoe size in something open toed and a larger shoe size in something pointed – let the shoe fairies work their magic and don’t just assume your size because the one brand you’ve always previously shopped with told you so.

HERE’S AN EXTRA HANDY TIP:

End of season sales can bag you some bargains, but if you live near a big city there’s WAREHOUSE SALES AND FACTORY OUTLETS!!!! Get your pedicured feet in there and try on some fabulous discount shoes!

Large Women’s Shoe Brands In-Store Options

If you’re looking for particular places you can visit to try some of these brands, your first port of call should be a department store like Myer or David Jones. If you go in on a weekday, you can likely have an attendant bring out more options for you to try on. If you’re more of a weekend or Thursday night shopper, here are some other options.

Sydney

  • Stuart Weitzman – Westfield Sydney
  • Peter Sheppard – Westfield Sydney
  • Florsheim – Westfield Sydney
  • Zierra – Piccadilly Centre
  • Shoe Box – Townhall Square
  • Long Line Shoes – St Mary’s
  • Forbes Footwear – Hornsby

Melbourne

  • Rosenberg Shoes – Windsor
  • Peter Sheppard – Melbourne CBD (Collins Street)
  • Florsheim – Melbourne CBD (Emporium & Bourke Street)
  • Mountfords Shoes – Melbourne CBD (Little Collins Street)
  • Cinori Shoes – Melbourne CBD (Flinders Lane)

Queensland

  • Big On Shoes – Mackay
  • Rubi Shoes – Mackay
  • Johnny Big – Mackay
  • Hype DC – Mackay
  • Peter Sheppard Clearance Store – Wintergarden Shopping Centre

Perth

  • Paul Carol – Various locations
  • Floresheim – Watertown
  • Johnny Big – Watertown
  • Zierra- Carillon City

WANT TO ADD MORE?

If you’ve got a favourite shoe brand that stocks size 10.5 and up, leave a comment below! And if you would like this handy list plus lots of other handy resources, subscribe!

Until next time, stay stylish! x

Images by Shoes Of Prey & Stuart Weitzman

Alarna Hope

Alarna Hope is a fashion stylist and writer based in Sydney, she's considered an expert in her field as a personal stylist and is also quite good at writing about herself in the third person. She cries during movie makeover scenes, has a jar of Nutella under her bed for safety and can tell you the synopsis of every Kath and Kim episode ever. She currently resides in Sydney with her Oscar-worthy cat, Meryl Streep.

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