Have you ever fallen head over heels in love with a pair of shoes only to find they don’t come in your size?

For anyone that hasn't, we can confirm that it’s a pretty painful feeling.

The same thing happened to Blake Lively at the weekend when she stumbled upon her dream Christian Louboutin pair while visiting Asia. 

Oh no he dih uuuunt Crystal. Leopard. Tennies,’ she posted on Instagram alongside a snap of herself posing next to a heavily embellished sneaker. 

#AskTheShoeWizardHowManyYearsIBeggedForThisDayToCome #TooBadMyFootIsTheSizeOfTheEvilStepsistersAndDoesntFit #Asia.’

Blake – who sports a gobsmacked expression in the shot - is thought to be a US size 9, which converts to a 7 in UK shops.

While the 27-year-old’s feet certainly aren’t huge, we can totally sympathise with her situation.  

We’d hate any of you ladies rocking larger footwear to feel frazzled during your next shopping trip so we’ve rounded up the best stores selling bigger sizes.

New Look

Whether you're looking for a killer pair of heels for a night out or want to bag some ballet flats to make your daily commute much comfier, the affordable high street chain has all of your needs covered.

If you don't have time to nip out of the office at lunch, you'll find over 900 styles in a 7+ on the website right now. Yes, really. 


Is there any item of clothing that online giant ASOS doesn't sell? Probably not. The same applies when it comes to gorgeous shoes. You're only ever just a few click away from a huge selection which go up to a 9.5.  

Long Tall Sally

Designed for 'longer limbed ladies', Long Tall Sally has been a go-to for fashion fans with supermodel proportions for years.

The casual but cool slip-ons are ideal for daytime wear, while the peep-toe sling-backs will be the perfect accessory to any outfit for a smart special occasion. 

Cinderella Shoes

The Irish retailer stocks everything from strappy T-bar sandals to pointed courts and flip-flops in sizes 8 - 12. 

Wondering which other stores to try?

Topshop is ideal shoppers after something inspired by the latest catwalk trends and Net-A-Porter is the first place you should consider if you want to splash out on designer buys.

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We'd send anyone after a variety of brands covering all prices ranges to Debenhams