Grrr vintage shoes

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Rose A

Rose A.

United Kingdom

364 posts

seem to come in very big sizes!

7 years ago

Jordan River

Jordan R.

United States

120 posts

sounds good for me! i often have trouble finding shoes in a women's 11...

0 · June 19, 2009

Anne Q

Anne Q.


14 posts

I also always find the nicest ones in the smallest sizes :/

0 · June 20, 2009

Zwzzy Jen

Zwzzy J.

United States

22 posts

Let's switch! I'm a 9 and I always find 6s and 7s. :(

0 · June 21, 2009

$o-fi Koivi$to

$o-fi K.

United States

260 posts

I always find 6 1/2-7 1/2s, which is perfect, because that is my general range of wearable shoe sizes!

0 · June 22, 2009

Emily Brown

Emily B.

United Kingdom

220 posts

same, although i found the sweetest pair the other day, size 6 and £1.75! but i had no money on me, unlucky

0 · June 22, 2009

Camille .

Camille ..

United States

1810 posts

i always find small ones! same with buying vintage glasses, they're always too small for my face (and i don't have a big head or anything). people used to be smaller i think.

0 · June 22, 2009

Esikazemese _

Esikazemese _.


373 posts

uhh i hate second hand shoes, they also have that tipical smell ahhh..

0 · June 23, 2009

Taylor Sailor

Taylor S.

United States

47 posts

Really? I find that they are too small for my size 8.5 feet...and the clothing is too big!

0 · July 6, 2009

Madysen Julia

Madysen J.

United States

222 posts

I have the same issue.... I can never find a 6 or 7 in US sizes

0 · July 6, 2009

Zoë Harvey

Zoë H.

United Kingdom

721 posts

are you serious?? im a size 9 and a half and do you know how many size 8s i squeeze my huge fucking feet into just because they are so cute!? vintage shoes are always small and you are very lucky to have small feet i really wish for size seven feet

0 · July 6, 2009

Rose A

Rose A.

United Kingdom

364 posts

@Camille ..

i shopuld invest in vintage glasses then, as i always find they are too big for my small head lol

0 · July 6, 2009

Rose A

Rose A.

United Kingdom

364 posts

@Zoë H.

lol, i dont think size 6/7 is small! im a 3-4!

0 · July 6, 2009

Rose A

Rose A.

United Kingdom

364 posts

@Taylor S.

really? i find vintage clothing comes up really tiny!

0 · July 6, 2009

Linda L

Linda L.


168 posts

all vintage shoes i seem to find are to small... >.<

0 · July 6, 2009

Jen O. Cide

Jen O. C.


3610 posts

yeah, I only ever find tiny ones. I am only a size 6.5-7, but all the shoes are too narrow for my duck feet :(

0 · July 6, 2009

CalamityJem -

CalamityJem -.

United Kingdom

2 posts

I also find vintage shoes are usually too small even if they purport to be my size.
It's like vintage dresses, they always come up atleast a dress size smaller than what the actual label that is real frustration for you :(
I've long since drawn the conclusion that women before the 80s must have had narrow feet & tiny waists...lucky dolls!

0 · July 6, 2009

Emily Westwood

Emily W.


66 posts

i always find tiny sizes! i'm a 9.5, haha.

0 · July 7, 2009

Zoë Harvey

Zoë H.

United Kingdom

721 posts

@Rose A.

OMG are you kidding!? how short are you???

0 · July 7, 2009

Chloe A

Chloe A.

United States

3841 posts

Everyone told me to go buy vintage shoes because I wear shoe size 4, sometimes 3 or 5. But they were all HUGE! I have no idea where to get decent shoes to fit my small feet ='(

0 · July 7, 2009


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