Before you Design Your Own Heels, Part 2
Occasionally, I leave shop shopping with more questions than I started with. After all, having wide yet petite size feet, it isn’t going to be easy! Often, I’m left thinking about the different types of toe shape.
Usually, shopping in standard sizes with wide feet means I’m stuck with the same type of shoe- a round toe. Although it’s comfortable, it can be boring. Our PrecisionFit service means you’re able to design your own shoe from scratch. After, your designs are handmade to your foot measurement data. This means, no matter what fitting issues you may have, no style is off limits anymore. But, before you begin designing, you’re probably asking…
So, what are the different types of toe shape?
Generally, there’s 3 types of toe shape, Almond, Round and Pointed. Here are the major differences between them:
First of all, the round toe
Which shoe? Brogues, ballet pumps
Out of all the different types of toe shape, the round toe is arguably the most comfortable. The wide toe creates a wardrobe staple, as they’re traditionally a workplace essential.
A round toe is often featured on styles such as brogues, including our Betty Colourful High Heeled Oxfords, available on our Shop the Look style. Or, if you’d like to create your own, read our step by step guides to create your own vegan leather oxfords.
The Happy Middle- Almond Toe
Which shoe? Court Shoes
Next, is the almond toe. Still a pointed toe, but not as narrow, so, you still get the glamourous effect a pointed toe brings to the table.
However, don’t feel limited! The nature of our PrecisonFit service means that you’re no longer confined by standard sizing issues. Any type of shoe can be made for you.
Featuring an almond toe- our Lily Nude Silk Platforms. Being chic doesn’t mean being in pain! Made to order and perfect for wedding season.
The Notorious Pointed Heel
Which shoe? Court shoes
Out of all the different types of shoe shape. the pointed toe has a bad reputation. Frequently used across stilettos, the toe shapes pushes your toes to the end of the shoe, shortening the length.
However, it’s not only court shoes that have to have a pointed toe. Find out more about how to design flats, with a vintage pointed toe, here.
Something to remember- shoes will vary in length and shape, depending on what toe shape and heel you have. So not all of your shoes will be the same size in length.
After considering all the different types of toe shape- what’s the most fashionable?
There’s no need to follow opinion on what’s fashionable- design your own style! We believe fashion is all about confidence, and you can’t be confident in uncomfortable shoes!
Before you start designing, why not take a moment to find out all about heel height?