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Sunday, 16 March 2014

Ladies Footwear Competition!

I've recently been sent a gorgeous pair of boots to review on my fashion blog by Shoesissima, which is a footwear company that caters for women with longer feet like me.


They have shoes in UK sizes 8-12, and if you are within this footsize banding, you know how difficult it can be to find gorgeous, affordable shoes- I lived in men's trainers throughout my childhood!

As the years have passed, some companies have finally realised that as well as women's dress sizes getting bigger, our feet are too!




Shoesissima are one of the only UK companies to specialise in larger feet footwear, and they have kindly given me a pair of sandals from their brand new summer collection to giveaway to one lucky reader.

The Dara sandals are black, with a gold buckle and feature a delicate, crystal trim. They are made from beautiful rose gold leather and come in UK sizes 8-12.

These sandals are perfect for our upcoming summer, and with the way the weather's been this week, they will be getting a lot of use already! The low heel means they're practical as well as stylish, which is a must for a mum-on-the-go like me!

These beauties are worth £64.99, and you can get your hands on them by entering the competition below.

Good luck my lovelies!

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66 comments :

  1. I'm a size 8 & I buy my shoes at Asda or Sainsburys. I have seen size 9 shoes in there as well

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  2. I really struggle. There are a lot of large shoe shops around Chiltern street in London, but they tend to be really pricey. I love Crispin shoes - tend to be really lovely soft leather shoes, but again, very expensive!


    I also lived in men's shoes throughout my early teens. I remember being absurdly excited when a Brantano's opened recently and I managed to get some croc boots in a 10. I was on a high for a week and wore them non stop all winter!

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  3. Asda sell some size 9 shoes and I can sometimes find some in Primark, it is hit and miss though and it's really annoying when the ones you love don't go up to size 9 :(

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  4. Sometimes Evans or Barrats but not much choice

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  5. simple and comfortable.perfect for skirts or jeans.. interesting!

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  6. shoesissima!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. victoria carter31 March 2014 at 00:15

    clarks but not always in the nicest styles

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  8. I struggle with shoes. I'm size 10 but with broken/bent feet so size 11! I have very little choice, and normally buy imported Crocs from America online. Stateside they sell wedge heels and femine things in the large sizes, whereas in the uk they sell the "classic" non-cool crocs. booooooo!!

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  9. i buy a size 8 in asda and tesco but mostly i order online

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  10. Shoe sissies of course xx

    Jill cordner

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  11. I go to Jones for shoes but will be giving Shoessima a go thanks to your blog.

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  12. I'm a size 8 but have wide feet so I try to go to Evans but did not know this place existed!

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  13. I am a size 9 and I struggle a lot, especially as money is very tight! But I tend to get most of my shoes from asda, however I have found they do not last long at all.
    Brantano are good for larger sizes too.

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  14. Shoesissima :D other than that i order off ebay but never really that good quality

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  15. Shoeissima

    trevor linvell

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  16. Shoesissima-Beautiful-shoes-for-women-with-larger-feet

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