10 Places to Shop Wide Width Heels

I usually try to include wide width options with all of my outfit posts, so I have learned some great places to shop wide width heels. 

Although this list is not exhaustive, these are my ten “go to” places to shop wide width heels.

The great news is that if you have wide feet, like me, there are actually some hella stylish shoes out there.  Seriously, don’t settle for grandma’s footwear, ladies!

And for those of you who can’t wear heels, like me, I will be posting about wide width flats, booties, and wide calf boots very soon! 

In the meantime, you can check out these ten places because they also carry flats. 

Also, you can go here to see my shopping guide where I include lists of places to shop plus size clothing and wide calf boots.

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Now on to the shoes!

10 Places to Shop Wide Width Heels

10 Places to Shop Wide Width Shoes - Wide Heels - Alexa Webb

10 Places to Shop Wide Width Heels

In alphabetical order…

ASOS –  Not surprising because of their killer “Curve” collection, ASOS, which ships worldwide, has a nice selection of trendy wide width shoes.

I love that ASOS’ wares are always on trend at a variety of price points, with their wide shoes ranging from $5 – $130.   

If I’m looking for trendy or “statement” wide width shoes, I look at ASOS first.

They are based in Europe, but cover any customs charges to the US, and offer free shipping and returns for orders over $50. 

Also, be sure to check out their outlet section, including their wide width shoe outlet.


Macy’s A decent selection with a wide variety of wide width shoes for every occasion, style, and budget. 

From an everyday pump to a jewel encrusted stiletto sandal, you can find it at Macy’s.

Their wide width shoes range from $15 – $235.

NaturalizerCarried at several stores, including Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Zappos, Naturalizer has become one of my favorite brands. 

I find Naturalizer to be extremely comfortable for being as stylish as they are.

I recommend checking out the selection on their website to get the latest designs.

Their shoes range from $28 (sale) – $250, with free shipping on orders over $65.

NordstromWith over a thousand styles of wide width shoes, Nordstrom is one of my top “go to” places to search. 

To me, their collection always feels very curated with a nice balance of the practical and showstoppers.

Their wide shoes range from $30 – $1,550. 

River Island Although a small selection, RI’s wide width shoes are worth checking out because you’ll find wide shoes in trendy and unique styles that you just can’t find elsewhere.

Shipping to the US is free over $100 and otherwise costs $10.   That is a little more than I’d like to spend for shipping, but worth it if you find something just right. 

One thing to consider is that ASOS carries some River Island pieces and offer free shipping, so you should always check the ASOS website before placing an order directly with RI to possibly save on shipping. 

That’s just a tip from me to you!

RI wide shoes range in price from $28 (sale)- $111.


Sam EdelmanI have had a couple of readers complain about my frequent use of Sam Edelman shoes in my outfit posts. 

I can’t help myself! 

Sam Edelman shoes are SO cute for us wide-footed gals! 

They’re also sold at Nordstrom and Zappos.

Prices range from to $78 (sale) – $170.


Simply Be {website closed 2020} – ASOS  sells Simply Be brand shoes. 

Torrid If you’re looking for trendy and on point wide width shoes, Torrid is the place!  If you see something you like, buy it!  Now!  Torrid doesn’t restock their shoes and they sell quickly.  So you don’t want to miss out.

They also have a great selection of faux leather wide calf boots in the winter.

Prices range from to $22 (sale) – $100.

Zappos With nearly 5000 pairs of wide width shoes, including 1500 wide width heels, you can find nearly anything you’re looking for at Zappos.

Because that is an overwhelming number of shoes, I recommend using the “filter” to really focus in on what you’re searching for.

You can filter by nearly every parameter, including heel height, occasion, and even toe shape!

Zappos offers wide width shoes ranging from to $33 (sale) – $450.

Places to Shop Wide Width Heels: Honorable Mentions

Go here to see a list of places I recommend to shop plus size clothes and wide calf boots.

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10 thoughts on “10 Places to Shop Wide Width Heels

  1. I love ALL that you do! But I’ve been wondering, Tieks don’t seem to come in wide widths but they do stretch. What do you think about them for wide feet?

    1. Hi Sheila,
      Something I’ve learned is that the sole of the shoe really needs to be wider if you have a wide foot. Before I realized I truly had wide feet (this is a new thing for me), I had some great flats that had stretched out over time so I was able to continue to wear them with my wide feet. But, the outer edge of my feet would sort of “tip over” the edge of the hard sole, if that makes any sense. Point is, they weren’t supporting my feet or ankles correctly. Sadly, I had to get rid of them.

      So, I don’t think that a stretchy yet standard width shoe would work for me. But I do have ankle issues. Maybe they would be worth a try? I can’t say for sure.

  2. I would like to see wide width shoes that have ankle straps to have a longer ankle strap. When your feet are wide your ankles are usually a little swollen

    1. Hi Alicia,
      In my experience, wide width shoes tend to have wider straps. But, if you are having issues getting straps wide/long enough, I have a few suggestions. 1) Purchase genuine leather shoes. Leather is much easier to stretch than synthetic materials. 2) Take the shoes to a cobbler/shoe repair place. They should be able to carefully stretch the strap for you. 3) Try to DIY stretch them yourself and/or add additional holes to lengthen the strap if necessary. You can purchases stretching spray and a awl/leather punch at Amazon. You will need some way to stretch the strap, like 2 clamps or a shoe stretcher. Hope that helps!

  3. I used to love high end designer shoes but now have issues with foot pain so I am limited to what I can wear and everything comfortable and wide seems frumpy. Are there any high end designers that make elegant, fashionable shoes that don’t feel like they are torture? Price is no limit.

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