Nearly all of our shoes are handcrafted at different factories, so each style will have a slightly different fit and sizing scale. We recommend taking a look at the product details on the product page for each style you're interested in to determine which size you should opt for.
Here are a few additional tips to help point you in the right direction.
Our shoes generally fall into one of two sizing categories:
1. Our narrower styles are about an A width. You may need to size up or down between half and whole sizes (for larger or smaller feet, respectively) as the grading between sizes is a bit smaller than traditional U.S. sizing.
2. Styles listed as "true to size" are closer to a B width (medium width), and they're generally true to size across all sizes.
If reviews are available, try filtering through to read from others who wear a similar size as you. They may help you in choosing what size to order. If you’re still not sure which size will work best for you, contact us for additional advice. Please note that we are unable to provide shoe length measurements. If the fit doesn't work out the first time, you can start an exchange on applicable purchases.