Go Low: Low-Heel Pumps for Our Big Shoe Collection

Super stylish ladies rocking their lower heeled shoes with grace

We think every woman should have a pair of low-heel pumps in her big shoe collection. Dressier than flats, yet much more comfortable than sky-high heels, these pumps boast glamour, comfort and functionality–a triple threat for large feet. Whether they have a kitten, stacked, or wide heel, these up to three-inch heel beauties, will take you from morning to night in style and comfort.

Paired with dark denim, work slacks, pencil skirts, wedding attire, or sheath dresses, the low-heel pump works with the same fashionable clothing as its high-heel counterpart. And the array of styles low-heeled pumps come in fits every occasion.

These styles range from work-appropriate to night-out-on-the-town pumps, small stacked-heel flats to wedding-worthy peep-toe confections. The bonus? These big beautiful shoes look as fashionable as high heels, but will keep large feet comfortable while either recreating the “Gangnam Style” dance at a friend’s wedding, or running errands all over the city.

Yet another reason to add these to your big shoe collection is that many of us large-footed ladies are also tall. For the times when we don’t want to be super tall, these shoes for large feet women are perfect. Slip these big beautiful shoes on and still look über-chic while just adding a couple, of barely there extra inches to your height. With these low heels, us taller ladies can still look runway-ready without feeling like we’d tower over Giselle Bündchen.

And while we absolutely adore our five-inch Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo shoes (pain is beauty!), the fact is they’re not the best for our feet to wear all the time. According to WebMD, “ultra high-heels can lead to everything from ankle sprains to chronic pain,” says podiatrist Hillary Brenner. Brenner recommends occasionally opting for a lower heel to keep feet in good shape. “The lower you go, the more natural your foot position will be,” Brenner says. Slip on a pair of super-chic low-heel pumps to give your foot an occasional break from your stiletto heels.

Here’s a round up of our favorite low-heel shoes for large feet women:

 

The Danielle

These almond beige and black low-heel pumps are perfect for dressing up a casual outfit. With their perforated, lace-inspired trim and bow embellishment we have to covet these.

 

Totally Large Shoes Danielle Pump in Almond/Black
Available up to a UK size 10 / US size 12

 

The Starfish

This pop of turquoise will give any outfit a chic update. We love these pointed-toe pumps which feature a sophisticated bow detail. Our big feet will love the small kitten heel.

 

Starfish in Turquoise (pink and black are also available)
Find them up to size 12

 

The Metis

These pewter grey satin peep-toe shoes are chic and comfortable with their 2.5-inch heel height. Perfect for weddings, holiday work parties and nice dinners out, these low-heel pumps will get you through it all stylishly.

 


Vigotti – Metis (Pewter Satin)

Find them up to size 13

 

The Aden

These black leather low heel pumps are perfect blend of fashionable and comfortable, perfect for the office or a business meeting. A black sweater dress would stylishly bring you from the office to post-work drinks.

 


J. Renee Adena (Women’s) – Black Patent/Kidskin
(navy and white are also available)
Find them up to size 13

 

The Noel

These adorable pumps are in our favorite leg-lengthening nude patent hue! These versatile pumps are adorned with a super cute bow on the toe. Their padded footbed and 2.25-inch heel will make our feet fashionable and comfy.

 


Christin Michaels – Noel (Nude Patent)

Find them up to size 16

 

It’s always been a fashion challenge to choose between comfort and style. We love high-heels, but not sore feet. Enter the low-heel pump. This style brought us both comfort and style, beautifully. Let’s just say, we’re hooked.

Get them before they’re gone because as every girl with big feet knows, cute shoes in large sizes sell out FAST!

 

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