Shoes for Odd Feet

If you have the ‘perfect feet’ which are mentioned above then you are very lucky. I am sure that when you go searching for a pair of shoes you have an easy time and can end up buying many pairs, probably that you do not need. Most girls absolutely love shoes and why would they not? They come in different shapes, sizes, colours and price tags so you can show off your style. Some people do have troubles finding shoes to fit but with the amount of different types such as heels, pumps and boots you are bound to conquer one category. My sister is a shoe-a-holic and if she could have a pair in every style as well as handbags to match she would!

Many people are born with odd-looking feet; I will admit that my problem is I have exceptionally big, toes! I have a distinct memory of when I was a child going into a shoe shop and placing my feet onto those wooden boards where they would measure your feet to find shoes to fit. The lady moved the bar down and said to me that if I had regular sized big toes I would be a whole shoe size smaller than I am. As you can imagine I am not very happy about this still! At least I am not alone in facing the curse of the ‘light bulb toes’ as they run in my family and my dad is to blame!

People who start out with perfect feet can end up losing them if they wear ill-fitting footwear and extremely high heels regularly throughout their life. Bunions and hammer toe can be caused. If you go into a shop and just purchase a pair of shoes because they are pretty but are not in your correct size you could bring this damage upon yourself. After this you cannot blame the footwear! If shoes are too tight around the toes it can cause them to be pushed to one side and overtime the bone will stick out and misalign your toes.

Of course with the wide selection of shoes on offer today and many stores stocking half sizes, you should be able to find a good pair of shoes that will fit your feet. If anybody finds a good shop for skinny feet with big toes in a size 4 then make sure you let me know!