Have you got your eyes on a new pair of red heels? Or maybe a new pair of comfy Moccasins? Fortunately for you, we have created this women’s shoe size chart for US, UK, EU, AUS & India shoe sizes.
Also, check out our tips and tricks below the chart for when buying women’s shoes and heels!
Women’s Shoe Size Chart For US, UK, EU, AUS & India
For more women’s shoe sizing and information, check out this helpful post at Wikipedia.
How To Correctly Fit Heels For Your Feet Using This Women’s Shoe Size Chart
For those who have tried on high heels before, you know how difficult/painful it can be. Sometimes we try to defy physics and contort our feet into a vessel that just won’t budge. Come to think of it, it’s a lot like a cat fitting into almost impossible looking areas.
1. Try to measure your feet at a store, if not, at home: When looking for the perfect fitted high heels, we recommend heading into a store where the can correctly fit your feet with a Brannock device. This is primarily because high heels have less tolerance when compared to a standard pair of shoes or boots.
If you can’t get to a store we recommend measuring both your feet at home with your heels butted up against a wall. You can easily measure your feet with a piece of paper underneath while tracing around both feet. If one foot is larger than the other, you should use the largest measurement as the size reference.
2. Try on the heels and secure the clasps: Next is to try the heels that you desire and feel for any pain points, tightness or looseness. If the high heels feel too tight or loose, try a different size or shoe brand.
3. Stand up in the high heels: Once you have found a pair of heels that fit snugly, you then want to stand in them and look if your heels are rubbing against the back of the heel. Also, look to see if your toes or side of the feet are sticking out. Using a mirror at a slight angle can help in this process. If there is any overflow, you still might have to try on a different size/style.
4. Inspect the heel area: One of the last things to check is to feel/see if the heel of your foot is rubbing against the back of the heel. Ideally, you should have 3/4 cm – 1cm gap to allow for movement and swelling of the feet during the day/night. This gab will also prevent any blisters or sores.
5. Walk around in the heels: Lastly is to take the heels for a stroll around the store. Ideally, there should be no discomfort this early on while walking in the heels. If you have done the above steps correctly, you should now have some extremely well-fitting and good looking high heels!
Hopefully, this women’s shoe size chart has been helpful for you and buying your next pair of shoes. If we have missed anything in this article or if you would like to add your own tips and tricks, please add them down below!