USING OUR SIZE QUIZ
- Measure your foot length in mm
- Use the Size Quiz below to get guidance on your closest size by size grade
- Contact us here if you're still unsure
DISCLAIMER: Please note this is only guidance we provide based on our experience with our other customers. Due to different parts of the feet that may contribute to different fittings, we cannot guarantee that the size advice provided in our quiz is 100% accurate.
To help understand how the fitting of each shoe runs, we have categorised them into 3 'grades'.
- Grade 1: runs mostly true to size*
- Grade 2: runs a little large, around a quarter to half a size*
- Grade 3: runs very large, around a half to 3/4 size*
*versus other mainstream fashion shoes
SIZE CONVERSION CHART
This is for reference if you like to see what our EU sizing generally converts to in other size metrics.
|Our size - EU (IT)||35||36||37||38||39||40||41||42|
|Max. Foot length (cm)||22.7||23.3||24.0||24.6||25.3||26.0||26.6||27.3|
Q: How do your shoes compare in sizing to other brands?
Our shoes generally run slightly larger than other fashion brands, particularly vs UK and US brands.
Q: I'm a half size, what should I choose?
Please size down if you are a half size
Q: I have wide feet/high arches/bunions/swelling - should I size up?
Instead of sizing up, we normally recommend choosing a wide fitting leather style and spending time softening and stretching the upper. Our shoes run slightly large so if you size up, you may risk having a shoe that is too long.
Q: My shoes feel really tight! Should I size up?
If they feel too tight in length, we recommend exchanging for a size down. If it is only the width that is tight, we recommend spending time to stretch and soften the upper. Use our hairdryer+socks trick for an easy and painless method of stretching out your new shoes.
Q: My shoes feel a bit loose! Should I size down?
Move your feet forward so they feel comfortable in the front part of the shoe. If you have 1.5cm or more in the back heel, then please exchange for a size down. If you have about 1cm or less in the back, please use an insole or heel grip (a size down will be too tight both length and width wise).