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Reddit reviews on Alegria Women's Black Beauty Caiti Print 38 M EU / 8-8.5 B(M) US

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Leather upperRemovable cork, latex, and memory foam footbedPolyurethane outsole3/4"Leather

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u/papermageling · 4 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Okay, you want to read the Barking Dog Shoes blog. She's an amazing resource for finding comfortable shoes, and has a lot of things specifically for bunions.

Naot is my favorite brand ever for comfortable shoes, and they use nice soft leather, and have super comfortable footbeds. You should look at them on their website where they're grouped by footbed type though, because a lot of the fancier styles explicitly run narrow. These shoes should be good for bunions, not sure if any of them work for your style: 1 2 3. There's a lot more options if you like mary janes or ankle straps.

Dansko has a few surprisingly stylish options, and many people love them for comfort. 1 2

Alegria has a lot of truly awful shoes, but a few cute ones, and incredible amounts of toe room. 1

Hotter is often well liked. These flats are nice for a more girly look.

Munro uses a combination last, so the heel is narrower than the forefoot. You need to order a wide, because a regular width Munro shoe has an AA heel with a B forefoot, while you want the B heel with D forefoot, which is their wide shoe.

If you want bunion friendly ugly chic, go for Fly London.

Camper might be worth a try 1

Jambu has lots of toe room, although they mostly do casual flats or very chunky heels. Arcopedico has super soft uppers, and some of their styles look good on (never off though, because of the soft uppers). If you've got the budget, a lot of Fluevogs are very foot friendly. The non clog Crocs can be decent, although for bunions avoid the styles that add thickness to the toe, like their cap toe styles. Edit: Josef Seibel also uses amazing leather.

I can't really comment on how stylish the shoes are, because I'll pretty much wear anything to avoid foot pain.

You probably should go to some of the comfort brand stores to try on a bunch of shoes to see what works for you. The Walking company carries a lot of brands, while New Balance carries all of New Balance, Aravon, and Cobb Hill, and there's Ecco, Clarks, and so on with their own stores. You might also have a nice local shoe store that specializes in comfort brands.