Sole Bliss Designer, Lisa Kay Answers Your Most Asked Questions!
Shoe shopping can be a stressful time for some of you. Finding shoes that accommodate your bunions, wide feet or tricky toes can be difficult but we managed to grab Sole Bliss designers & boss Lisa Kay to answer the questions you frequently ask:
Which size shall I try if I'm normally between two sizes?
This is a tricky one for several reasons, but I would generally advise that you try TWO sizes in shoes suitable for bunions so that you can compare them. If you have one foo that's slightly larger than the other (as typical in most people), go with the bigger size - don't try to squeeze your feet into a shoe that's too small.
What do I do if there's a bit of room inside my shoes, but not enough to go down a size?
It's much better to try to fill space inside your shoes suitable for bunions and accommodate you where you need it the most, which is more likely across your bunions. A podiatrist friend of mine gave me a fantastic tip - take a pop sock, like the one used in shoes shops when trying on shoes, ball it up, and place it in the 'point' of the front of the shoe. That will act as a buffer between the end of your toes, and the end of the inside shoe.
How do I know which style is best for my feet?
We have a helpful size guide on our website as well as another blog post that lets you know which Sole Bliss shoes are suitable for bunions and wide feet. My Customer care team are always on hand to answer any question and offer some of the best advice in the footwear industry - don't hesitate to contact us!
How quickly will I get my shoes for bunions?
As we're an eCommerce brand and not in shops, we try to get your shoes to you as quickly as possible. Orders being shipped within the UK will arrive on the next working day if you place your order before 3pm.
What if I need to send shoes back?
We offer FREE UK returns. Inside your package you'll have two labels so that you can return your shoes suitable for bunions either with DPD (who are our delivery partner in the UK), or via Royal Mail at the Post Office.
To find your local DPD drop off point, click here!
Still have questions?
There are more FAQ Answers on our website, click here to read more...