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Women's Size 7 UK Shoes

Women's size 7 UK shoes were once considered to be a large size, but are now stocked as a standard size. The average woman's shoe size has increased over the past four decades. The main factor for the shoe size increase is that our bodies are getting bigger, causing our feet to spread in order to carry the extra weight.

Different types of

women's size 7 UK shoes

Long lasting and durable, leather is the number one choice for women's size 7 UK shoes.

Faux materials that look like leather or suede offer a less expensive alternative to the real thing.

Retro style pumps are typically made from hardwearing canvas material.

Synthetic materials are primarily used to make trainers.

Rubber is typically used to make waterproof footwear and traditional Wellington boots.

Fashionable 'jelly' shoes are made from lightweight PVC plastic that has an opaque or transparent finish.

Some popular shoe brands use lightweight impact absorbing materials to create moulded clogs and shoes.

Different styles of women's size 7 UK shoes

Shoes that have a high heel are designed to accentuate the shape and length of a woman's leg. Women's heels are available in a variety of heights and styles.

Flat shoes have a minimal in-built heel or none at all. Flats include slip on trainers, pumps, loafers and ballerina shoes.

Women's boots are available in a many styles, heights and lengths. They range from the fashionable stacked bootie, to the ankle, mid calf, knee-length and thigh-high boots.

Made from a variety of materials, sandals can be high heeled, kitten heeled or flat.

Beach footwear, like slip on shoes, flip-flops and sandals, are typically made from lightweight water resistant materials that provide comfortable and cushioned support.

Designed to give the foot maximum impact protection during all kinds of sports, women's size 7 trainers are available in a wide choice of styles and designs.

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