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Sizing

How to define your Dessine-moi un soulier size

All our shoes have a french sizing, in the pure tradition of french luxury shoe-making process. To explain a little bit, the french plain sizes have 6,66 cm in length between each, and 3,33 cm for the half sizes.

We know that it is hard to buy shoes on internet, especially when we cannot try them before. We tried to sum all the questions you could ask yourself when designing. If you don't find your answers below, don't hesisate to call us +33 9.81.81.85.54 or email contact@dmus.fr.

Are the shoes sizing normal?

Our shoes size different depending on the model.

The pumps, ballerinas and brogues (flat and stiletto) are pretty true to size. Take your usual size when ordering. For more info, click here for the pumps, here for the ballet flat and here for the brogues.

The platforms size a bit big, don't hesitate to take a half size below your usual size, espacielly if it is a open toe. For more info on the pumps click here.

The booties and ankle boots size a little small. For the ankle boots, take a half size higher than your usual and a complete size above for the booties. For more info about those models, click here.

For example: if my size is a 4, I choose a 4 for the pumps, ballet flat and brogues, a 3,5 for the platforms, a 4,5 for the ankle boots and a 5 for the booties.

I have wide feet, could you adapt the size?

Yes, we can make a special width. You just have to specify in the order comment part that you have wide feet.

I have narrow feet, could you adapt the size?

Unfortunately, we cannot adapt the size for a very narrow feet. But some models as the pointed toe pump, the booties or the ankle boots are adapted to narrow feet. Please specify you have narrow feet in the comment section of the order.

If the size is not good, can I return the shoes?

If the size is not ok, we accept your return and remake the shoes for you, as specified in our terms and coditions. You can find more information here.

See you soon,

Juliette & Alma