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Size guide
Size Guide

We accurately measure all the small shoes we test and review to give you a good idea as to fit, so make sure you accurately measure your own feet too and then you can guage how the fit might work for you!

Women’s and ladies shoes in small sizes 33, 34, 34.5, 35 (approx size 1 UK, size 2 UK, size 3 UK) can sometimes run to a slight actual size variation. For example with some flat shoe styles a size uk 2 may fit more like a size uk 2.5.

If a shoe runs slightly large or small in any size we will let you know, and indicate by how many millimeters it varies and what the `true` uk or European size may be.

Therefore it is also a good idea to measure your own actual foot size so that you can use our small size shoe chart to get a clear idea of what size your own feet are on the scale.

When measuring your own feet, all you have to do is place both of them flat (with shoes off) on a piece of paper on the floor and draw around each one. Then measure the drawings from heel to the longest toe as indicted on our diagram.

That’s it!

Then compare your results to see what size you will be on our chart.

Please see our measurements table for our small sized ladies shoe fitting guide.
Approximate measurements for our small shoe sizes are:-

Size European 33 (Uk 1) usa 3
Length heel to toe: c.215 mm

Size European 34 (UK 2) usa 4
Length heel to toe: c.220 mm

Size European 34.5 (UK 2.5) usa 4.5
Length heel to toe: c.225 mm

Size European 35 (UK 3) usa 5
A: Length heel to toe: c.230 mm

shoe care recommend treating suede & nubuck style finishes with an appropriate protector before wear.
A suede brush will also help to keep the nap raised & suede effects looking as new as possible.

If your shoes get wet, stuff them with newspaper and dry naturally, away from a direct heat source.
This will help prevent the outer materials drying out and cracking.

Unless otherwise stated, trainers and canvas shoes are not made to go in the washing machine. If they get dirty, let them dry and remove excess dirt with a clean brush or cloth.

For heeled products, check top pieces heel tips regularly & when they start to wear down take to a good shoe repair shop and have them replaced to avoid slipping or causing damage to your shoes.

When purchasing products from please remember that it is an exclusive, low production run item and therefore it is likely that you may see some slight variation between pairs in terms of colour and finishes.