Nine West shoes come up quite wide and to be honest some BHS ones are ok (said very quietly). Ive yet to find quality shoes which fit though. Although I understand the shoe tailor is supposed to be quite good.
It's worth checking the internet. I know there used to be an shoe catalogue which had a website address - they'd send you the catalogue with a foot tape to measure the size and width. Cant for the life of me remember what the place was called!
I have wide feet myself, and in most cases it's a case of try try try. I still manage to get shoes from Faith (love that shop!). Best advice is to get feet measured though. Had mine done last year, I'm a size and a half smaller on one foot than I thought!!
my mom has five and a half double ee feet.
most shoes in shops come as c fittings. van daal do D fittings, and you can usually find them in places like clarks, k shoes, and concessions in allders, (but is suppose now debenhams) Brooke is a make that comes up in E and EE fittings. but you can always find it in concessions, and they are not cheap. but very comfy ..
there is a website called shoe-shop.com which does different width fittings. try different spellings as not sure of the exact address.
oh, and mom definitly hates granny type shoes!
Oooh, there was a broad feet thread a bit ago with lots of suggestions, will try to find it. (At least I think it was broad, was certainly, long, but then there was a long-and-narrow thread too...[confused])
However, to be going on with, Evans do large sizes and they are quite broad too.
I got some lovely emboidered cream slingback closed toe kitten heeled sandles from evans. I wore them to my wedding and everyone (even my jimmy choo wearing narrow footed friends) commented on how lovely they were.