5 Stores that Sell Wide-Calf Boots

You enter a store and the cutest pair of high-knee boots catches your eye. They’re perfect and so is the price tag! Now before you commit to this relationship and make your purchase, you have to make sure that both you and the boots are the right fit. Sitting down to try them on, you can tell everything fits … everything but your calves.

Ugh. You thought you were getting along so well. ENTITY’s got you covered. Don’t waste time with unrequited love affairs with boots that aren’t there for you – shop at these five stores for your right fit!

1 JustFab

JustFab is an online store with trendy merchandise ranging from jewelry to denim to shoes. Focusing on the latest fashions, this store has a large selection of wide calf boots in different styles and colors.

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2 DSW

Wide calf boots can be a struggle to find when they are limited in stock, but Designer Shoe Warehouse knows how to cater to every woman’s shoe needs with 134 wide calf boot options.

3 Lane Bryant

Lake Bryant‘s wide calf boots are some of the most glamorous on the market. If you are looking a sexy suede over-the-knee boot, you better grab a pair of those Zarah Suede boots because they’re selling like hot cakes.

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4 Torrid

Torrid caters fashion-savvy women sizes 10 to 30. Best of all? Torrid is reasonably priced. So if you don’t want to spend more than $65 on boots, check out Torrid!

5 Famous Footwear

Famous Footwear has a wonderful selection of knee-high and over-the-knee boots solely for wider calves. On a scale from bargain to pricey, Famous Footwear is smack dab in the middle in terms of price tag. Any of these boots would go great with a fall or winter outfit.

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Edited by Ellena Kilgallon