What Size To Buy In Christian Louboutin Replica Shoes?

I know a lot of you are eager to get your first pair of replica Louboutins and you want to know what size to order. Of course, my first response would be to go into a store that carries them such as the Christian Louboutin store, or Neiman Marcus, Saks, Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman, etc.

Many of you may not live near any of the above stores so trying them on before buying is unfortunately not an option. It’s ok 🙂 Today I’ll do my best to guide you through and see if I’m of any help.
Size is a complicated thing. Your foot has 3 dimensions and it’s hard to pinpoint a certain size to someone without really knowing what their foot really looks like. Let’s take mine for example. I’m a US size 9. Pretty standard, not too wide, not too narrow, and it’s consistent with most pairs I buy, no matter what the designer. Now, once I step out of the US market and I get into Italian or UK sizes, things change.
So if you are let’s say a size US 7. I would recommend that you do at least a 37.5 or 38 in closed toe shoes; pumps; boots, etc. Peep toe is the same as a pump btw. Just because it has that tiny peep hole on the front it doesn’t mean it’s more roomy than the other pumps Louboutin makes.  Now when it comes to boots, I don’t know who they use as a model for calf measurements but Jesus, they make these boots so tight around the calves that it hurts. So when it comes to tall boots I usually get a size 41. Cuz I just refuse to walk around with my legs all tight and in pain. I have gotten size 40 too, but then I had them stretched.
Let’s see…Oh! Here’s another thing. If you have long toes , you most def need to lean towards the 1 size bigger in Louboutins. If you wear anything closed toe and you didn’t buy a size bigger your toes will be in pain. Warning you now.
Another thing to keep in mind is that when you buy patent leather or leather shoes in general which most of Christian Louboutin replica shoes are, they stretch over time! So if you plan on wearing the shoe often, and I mean OFTEN, go for half a size bigger not one whole size bigger. Ex: if you are size US 7 go for 37.5 in Loubs; if you get 38 you will be fine in the beginning but by the 7th time wearing them, your foot will slide in and out of the shoe in the back. They stretch and it’s annoying to walk in them afterwards. So it’s better to suffer a bit till you stretch the 37.5 one then to walk around like you borrowed big shoes from your friend.

And lastly, no matter what, just remember that you can always return them  if they don’t fit. Just make sure to not wear them out and scratch the bottom.

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