Cinderella Shoes | Big shoes to fill



Cinderella Shoes

offer a wide range of fashionable shoes for

 larger than average feet


Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world!

Not that long ago, a woman who wore size 6 shoes would have been considered large of foot!! Now, size 6 is average and size 9, 10 and even 11 and 12 shoes, not readily available in retail outlets, are no longer out of the ordinary.  Celebrities like Nicole Kidman (size 9), Paris Hilton (9), Macy Gray (10) are sole sisters in the big feet department whilst Kate Winslet (9), Uma Thurman (9) and Elle McPherson (91/2) also all have larger than average feet.  Many fashion and image conscious ladies are all too familiar with stuffing their tootsies painfully into sizes too small or the very limited range of styles available for ‘special sizes’.





Ankle Boots in pink faux leather with zip closure. Gold button, decorative zip and 3.5 inch block heel

Cinderella Shoes brings a seamless shoe shopping solution with a vast variety of larger sizes including 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 with boots, ankle boots, flats, wedges, low heels, high heels, wedges, orthopaedic shoes, sandals and even trainers.  Designer labels such as HOGL and Australian Luxe Collective and many more are available and prices range from €25 to €585.   Cinderella Shoes also have their own designs produced in Italy, Spain and Portugal using the finest of materials and true craftsmanship. They fit like a glove and can be worn all day and into the early hours with the smile and wink of a lady in comfortable shoes.



Chelsea ankle boots in Khaki Suede and Snake Print. Decorative gold tack, elastic gusset. and 3.5 inch block heel.


  Bigger feet are in line with our taller and heavier bodies, according to a UK National Sizing survey.  Sixty years ago the average woman’s figure was a petite 5ft 2in, and she rarely tipped the scales above 9st 10lb.  Even her feet, at size 31/2, were small and she fitted neatly into a size 12 dress.  Now the average woman is 5ft 4in, weighs 10st 4lb and has size 6 feet.  It is part of the process of evolution as generally people are getting bigger and taller.  For women who wear uncommon shoe sizes, comfort, and fashion are difficult characteristics to find in a pair of shoes. Mass-produced products sold from major retailers are often ill-fitting and fall short of larger sizes. Big shoes, especially heeled styles, have to be made much stronger with sturdier load-bearing points, able to cope with greater levels of stress and wear. Creating shoes for larger sizes is a challenge as a larger foot is not simply bigger all around. Larger feet are longer and leaner than average size feet. Cinderella Shoes feature timeless styles and enhanced fit, including a range of sizes offering the perfect mixture of comfort and sophistication to fashion conscious women on-the-go.



This beautiful boot with stacked heel from Australia Luxe is made from the finest Suede and Sheepskin. This collection is inspired from the Garden of Eden so enjoy and let us lead you into temptation.




A chic ankle boot from Mustang with 8-eye decorative lacing,  zipper on the inside, decorative zipper on the outside with 1 inch heel.





  Stand out from the crowd in this beautiful red Kid Suede high heel ankle boot, with feature back zip.



Cinderella Shoes, the online shoe retailer specialising in shoes for women who take a size 8 and bigger was established over fifteen years ago and is Ireland’s leading provider of larger than average shoes.  Now under new management, the brand has a fresh new look and mobile friendly website for shopping on the go.  Cinderella Shoes is an Irish Company with a Global audience and ships to its customers worldwide including Zimbabwe, America, Pakistan, Dubai, Japan and India. 

Thanks to Cinderella Shoes for getting in touch to introduce me to their gorgeous shoes and I wish them every success in the future.  The store currently operates online but due to customer demand a new show room is open every Saturday from 10am to 2pm at Allenwood Enterprise Park, Co Kildare.


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