Size Guidelines

Because the foot is three-dimensional, any two-dimensional measuring tool, such as a ruler or Brannok device®, can only give you an approximation of your shoe size. Also, do note that for different shoe styles, we use different shoe lasts to construct our shoes and the cutting and size may vary accordingly. A closed toe pointy toe shoe will tend to have a narrower shoe width in comparison to an open toe pump which will tend to have a bigger shoe width. 

Do keep in mind that different materials used in the manufacturing of our products will also contribute to the slight differences in size. Shoes made from suede, fabric or satin tend to expand easier and will appear to be less tighter around the width whereas shoes made from PU or patent faux leather tend to be tougher and stiffer at certain parts of the shoe.
Make sure you are standing, wearing the socks or stockings you will wear with your new shoes. Refer to the following charts, convert your inches measurement to your U.S. shoe size or Euro shoe size. Use this conversion to order from our European-Sized Brands.

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