Our shoes come in sizes 2-8 including half sizes where available, to ensure a perfect fit - particularly key for slingbacks. Please note that the square toe makes them more roomy than pointed toes, see below:
Diana – slingback – slightly wider than average. I take a half size smaller than usual to fit well at the heel. Average customer fit has been found to be as follows:
- Small 6's and below should go for a half size smaller than usual to ensure back heel fills the end of the shoe
- Size 4.5 and below, go for a full size smaller and put the strap on the loosest notch - the wider toe shape has the most size impact on smaller feet.
Jackie – pump – go down half a size from standard UK /your usual; the wide toe shape is roomy.
Mary - loafer - is slightly short in the toe and can be a tricky fit. It is a standard UK size, but definitely take so half a size bigger than you would in the Diana or Jackie or if you have long toes.
Mary - slingback - standard UK sizing. Take the same size as for the Mary loafer or Jean.
Jean - Pilgrim court. Standard UK size. But go up half a size if you are in between sizes or have wide feet - the Jean is a closest fit of any of our styles.
Anita - fringed loafer. No half sizes available but does come up fractionally large - go up to the next size with a half insole (supplied) if in doubt.Patti – sandal – true to UK size.
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We have tried on all our shoes and benchmarked our size fit against LK Bennett (in a standard width) for a round toed court shoe. Your feedback will be helpful.
If you would like advice before you buy, please email us your phone number, style and size, and we will call you back contact@Oliveaubrey.com
- If no half sizes are shown for a style, it means that we have been unable to order them from the factory due to our initial small order runs.
If your half-size is not stocked, always buy the next largest size up and wear a half-insole rather than going down a size.
We cannot offer extra-width shoes yet. However:
- The lasts for square toed shoes tend to be slightly wider at the toe joint than pointed-shoe styles - customers have commented positively on this.
- Half sizes are usually wider as well as slightly longer.