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Sandy Your Questions About Shoes For Women With Wide Feet

Sandy asks…

Can very big female feet be beautiful in public?

You see it more often in public places like airports: a sexy, outgoing woman sporting wide size 12s or 13s, with a perfect pedicure, large red toenails, flat sandals, and shortened pants or a dress. Is this beautiful and a turn-on?

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Our pick of the answers:

It depends on how you dress your feet to look in proportion to the rest of your body shape. If your feet are larger by comparison, wear slimming footwear. Regardless of their size, it’s the proportion that matters. Huge feet, a body even larger – you have more options. This assuming that you already understand that a well groomed foot and tasteful shoe or sandal is a must.

And yes, it can be sexy.

Sandra Your Questions About Shoes For Women With Wide Feet

Sandra asks…

What are the best fit running shoes for women?

For long-distance conditioning running for track&field, which shoes would be the best for a 13 year old?

They must be:
-Fit for long-distance running
-Well-cushioned for good support
-No more than $100 ($120 may be acceptable)

*And it would be nice if they were Nike, maybe Addidas.

Thanks!

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Our pick of the answers:

There is no answer to this question.

The best shoe is the one that fits your foot best. Some shoes are wider than others. Try on each brand. New Balance shoes are made in the United States and come in more widths than other brands. Get fitted at a running store and you can buy the same shoe on-line at their factory store. I have a great training shoe for $50 through the factory store. Try Nike, Addidas, Saucony, Reebok… Don’t settle for the first shoe that feels good; try them all on.

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