I have wide feet - broad across the knuckle and high of instep. When I was a child, shoe buying was torture for everyone involved and I always ended up with big-looking, boring flat things.
Perhaps that's why I've tried so many different kinds of shoes over the years. I've squidged my feet into high ones, pointy ones, cute ones. Trainers, Mary Janes, courts and FMBs.
I am finally starting to know what I like and what fits. Sore feet are no longer worth the misery. And yet, I'm not quite ready for the footwear equivalent of elasticated waists.
Here are some of the tried and tested shoes, put through their paces by my feet.
Crocs: not so ugly after all.
Hotter shoes: do what they say on the box
Hotter Sandals to flip out over
Josef Seibel sandals - sunshine not included
Hotter shoes for happy feet
Hotter boots and fringe benefits
Josef Seibel Ilana boots
Hotter: especially for Hobbit feet
When driving a wedge is really rather a good thing.