In year 6 she wore Clarks shoes with an insole but I just know she's going to get bullied in year 7 for wearing Clarks as her peers have already been ****** about her footwear.Does anyone know where you can get shoes for skinny feet please? Found lots of wide foot help on the internet but no skinny feet! I know this sounds cheeky, but have you tried the cheapy shoeshops, like priceless and shoezone (I buy there all the time) I noticed their ballet pumps can be quite slender, and then put insoles.DD's feet are size 5 and a half or a 6 (big feet for age 11? i am still a B (with size 6-7 feet) and up until the end of year 6 i had to wear start-rites until in year 7 when i put my foot down and my mum and i went to topshop, even though we knew we werent going to find anything.anyway, i got some t-strap shoes from topshop because they fitted ok and definately werent going to fall off.i grew out of these i got some more shoes like this, but they didnt have the t so they fitted even worse.at the same time as this i got a pair of those jazz-type shoes because my mum insisted that they definately couldnt fall of as they laced up.I have bought his new shoes for high school from Tesco.Just black hardy ones with velcro as he can't do laces properly yet.
My eldest DS has flat feet and despite almost being 12 years old, he is only size 3 shoes.
The problem with off the shelf cheap shoes is that they are made to fit the average width (F).
DD measures as a D, but usually wears an E as D fit shoes are just about non existant. Tina Hello ladies Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place - I'm not sure where to put it!
i forgot to say about my topshop shoes- they are dead now, because i was born with a back condition called scoliosis and crooked hips (im full of problems :/ ) i have a slightly odd walk and so my newer non-t strap shoes have, shall we say, changed shape a little-- my feet no longer walk on the sole but the SIDE of the shoe and they stretched a litte, but they never were the best.
here is a list of a few types of shoe that it may be an idea for peopkle to try out: - t-strap shoes - any type of lace-up shoe - clarks (for the slim-footed but not REALLY slim-footed) - kangaroos (i had these for a while but they seemed to strech and i ended up wearing A LOT of pairs of socks to keep them on, so the samee applies as clarks) - anything with an ankle strap - something with a buckle that is quite high up along the foot because you can get that altered and cut of any slack i hope this LONG reply has been of use to somebody because ive wasted a lot of time otherwise, tansy Thanks for your message Tansy.