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Narrow Feet
What to look for:
  • A well-fitting heel—too loose and you'll wobble (and risk a sprained ankle)
  • Straps, laces or ties, so that you can adjust the shoe for a closer fit if necessary
  • Leather rather than suede (the latter is too yielding to give adequate support)
  • Round toes, which make very long, thin feet look more in proportion
Where to find:

Azzedine Alaia (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); BCBGirls (www.nordstrom.com);
BCBGirls (www.nordstrom.com);
Bottega Veneta (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Chanel (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Christian Louboutin (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Delman (www.piperlime.com); Fendi (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Franco Sarto (www.nordstrom.com); Isaac Mizrahi (www.piperlime.com); Jean Michel Cazabat (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Kate Spade (www.neimanmarcus.com); Lanvin (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Manolo Blahnik Collection (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Marc by Marc Jacobs (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Marc Jacobs (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Michael Kors Collection (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Miu Miu (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Pierre Hardy (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-753-7300); Rene Caovilla (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Yves Saint Laurent (www.bergdorfgoodman.com)
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