Make the Shoe Fit

All is Perfect But the Fit

tight shoes

Be good to your feet.

I always have a problem with shoes – my shoe size is six and a half. Shoe stores do not always have half sizes, and so I end up either wearing a little bit tight or a little bit loose shoes. Oftentimes, I opt for a tight pair because I am more uncomfortable with loose ones!

I’ve bought a pair of flats at the little things she needs. It’s weird but their size 37 is like a size 36 in other shoe brands. As much as I like the craftsmanship and the design of the shoes, it’s such a pain to feel my feet being squeezed every time I wear it. Although I can still walk my feet off, I can’t deny that there’s a slight discomfort.

Damn, the flats almost fit my feet, but for some reason, it isn’t just my shoe size. I blamed myself for buying the pair. I’ve always been a “comfort over fashion” kind of girl, but the flats’ design is too tempting I forgot about my mantra.

This big question dawned on me as I raised the pair of shoes up with my hands: What would I do with these?

a. Give it to my niece

b. Wear it (and sacrifice) until it gets bigger

c. MAKE IT FIT

I realized that I can actually scout for resources on how to make shoes bigger. I thought that with the amount of information  available on the Internet, there sure is someone out there with the same problem as with me.

… With a couple of clicks, I did find my answers!

I’ve learned that there are actually many ways on how to make shoes bigger by stretching them. I came across this site that talks about how to transform a tight shoe into a proper fitting one. In addition, I’ve also learned that there are shoes which literally “reform” to follow your feet’s contours if you use them over time.

If you have a “sized-up” problem with shoes, MAKE IT FIT!

P.S.: Uh-oh! I’ve realized that I haven’t updated my blog for more than a month! (Guilty look)

Note: I don’t own the picture posted on this post, it is linked to the source site. 

Advertisements

2 comments

  1. Me naman I am looking for size 35 kaso wala, so i opted for size 36, kaso the problem is, hindi ko sya winalked inside the shop, so paguwi ko at home, I noticed maluwag saken yung left side. parang nabugbog na kakasukat yung shoes. 😦

    • owh. you can try asking for a new pair if you bought the shoes from a shop and you still have the receipt. Always check and wear the pair inside the shop so that you’ll know if it fits you well. What you can do I guess is to put something sa maluwag na shoe para mag fit sa paa mo.

Let Me Know What You Think

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: