Your feet’s too big. . . .Fats Waller

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I have “well proportioned” feet, rather than saying BIG! It never ceases to amaze me that it is such a difficult task to find shoes that fit.  In some of the big department stores they only stock women’s shoes up to size 41 so my size doesn’t even rate a mention.  I say all this because my daughter took me to a shoe shop in Melbourne that stocks shoes my size and I can have them in any colour I want from a huge range of colours.

The shop is called Habbot .  The have a website where you can find out how to customise your shoes.  You can find pictures of shoes that have been customised by other customers here.

I love the fact that you can make them how you would like them to be.  The only downfall is the price.  They are very expensive but I guess if it was for a “one off” pair and you knew how comfortable they were going to be you would be willing to splurge a bit. 🙂

I tried on a pair while in the shop and I got a swatch card of the available leather colours so I will play about with them and perhaps as a special treat to myself I will get a pair at some time in the future.

These are the shoes I tried on.The shoes were so comfortable.

 

 

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Catherine says:

    I know all about this dilemma, though not as much as my sister. It’s always exciting finding a shop you can walk into knowing they will have something in your size.

    1. suth2 says:

      My daughter has the same issue and we both sympathise with each other when we can’t find the shoes we need.

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