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Wide Feet
What to look for:
  • Suede or soft calfskin that stretches where you need it
  • More covered styles—broad feet "spill" out of bare, low-cut shoes
  • Moderately pointy toes to add length (but beware shoes that narrow radically in front; they can trigger pinched nerves)
  • Shoes the same color as your skin, to make feet seem less prominent
  • Nonbinding design—feet bulge unattractively around straps
Where to find:

Alejandro Ingelmo (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Anyi Lu (www.piperlime.com); Ara (www.tiptopshoes.com); Birkenstock (www.zappos.com); Dansko (www.zappos.com); Ecco (www.zappos.com); Finn Comfort (www.zappos.com); Gucci (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Guillaume Hinfray (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Helle Comfort (www.zappos.com); Henry Beguelin (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Henry Cuir (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Hush Puppies (www.piperlime.com); Jimmy Choo (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); KORS Michael Kors (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Manolo Blahnik Classics (www.bergdorfgoodman.com); Marina Rinaldi (Marina Rinaldi, NYC; 212-734-4333); Mephisto (www.tiptopshoes.com); Merrell (www.tiptopshoes.com); Nina (www.nordstrom.com); Pedro Garcia (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Robert Clergerie (Jeffrey New York, NYC; 212-206-1272); Rockport (www.piperlime.com); Thierry Rabotin (www.tiptopshoes.com); Think! (www.zappos.com); Tod's (Bergdorf Goodman, NYC; 212-753-7300); Tory Burch (www.bergdorfgoodman.com)
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