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Q: Where can I buy shoes for big footed ladies in beijing?

I'm actually not that big footed. My feet are very normal for my size, in fact they are a bit small, but here I can't find any good fitting shoes. Even if they have my size I think the width is smaller. I have a work thing coming up and really need some nice looking heels. Does anyone know a good store either in Beijing or on Taobao that can sort me out. 

8 years 47 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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I am a man, so I can not help with this.

But, I want to say, that I have same problem with the shoes width, which do not match. And same troubles have our son too. 

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Do it the traditional way - wrap the feet to make them smaller! Or, try the Russian market or the clothing market across from the Friendship Store (Third Ring Road) next to the KunLun Hotel.

icnif77:

Does it get smaller if you wrap it? I didn't know that!

 

You don't say anything about odor? I mean, if it gets smaller when you unwrap, does IT smell less......., or...???? Russians? Who?'Boris'? 'Boris the Blade'? Do you know 'Boris, the sneaky Russian'? 'Snatch', 2000

Up-vote for the 'traditi-ona-lister'.

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has been malfunctioning

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oh yes big footed women

 

 

 

 

 

icnif77:

where's the foot?

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We have sizes up to 43. http://shop70599736.taobao.com

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