Our women’s shoe size chart not only provides sizes in traditional U.S., U.K., and European measurements, but also offers valuable information on women’s shoe size in inches and women’s shoe size in cm.
For Women’s shoe sizes, there’s no one standard for calculating different sizes; each brand has it’s own methods of calculating sizes. We’ve compiled what we think is an accurate and average measurement conversion for each size. Please consult your brand’s dedicated sizing chart for the most detailed sizing charts.
For example, for Women’s US Shoe Size 8 to UK, some brands will subtract 1.5 from the US size to get the UK size, others (like us) calculate it by subtracting 2 of a shoe size.
Another slight variation in sizing is going from Women’s US to EU Shoe size. Some add 30 to the US size, we have opted to add 31. For example 39 in EU to US in some charts is a size 9 US. In our chart it is a US size 8.
If you are looking to convert men’s to women’s sizes or women’s to men’s shoe sizes and need more charts, check out our handy shoe size conversion tool and multiple detailed charts for a quick conversion.
Women’s Shoe Size Guide (And Tips!)
- Women’s shoe size conversions vary by brand and region. We’ve compiled a list of the “average” shoe sizes for women that we find fit right in the middle with other shoe size comparison websites.
- To measure your correct shoe size, take a ruler and measure from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe.
- Also build in .5in between your big toe and the tip of the shoe – this will give you more “wiggle” room.
- If you know a certain pair of shoes will be smaller or more narrow, it is preferable to “size up” to make sure you have enough room!