Sizing Guide

Vaila Shoes are labeled in standard US sizes. We recommend that you measure your feet to get the most accurate results. If you normally wear a half size here's your sizing suggestions: If your foot structure is narrow, size down - If your foot structure is wide, size up. 

Please refer to the size chart below to find your ideal size.


Measuring Foot Length 

Start by placing your foot flat on a piece of paper. Proceed to trace the outline of your foot by holding your pencil at a 90 degree angle.
Using a ruler, measure the distance from the central part of the heel to the tip of the longest toe. Record the result in both inches and centimeters to find the most accurate foot measurement in the size chart.
If you are in between sizes, always move up to the next size. If one foot is larger than the other, always use the measurements of the larger foot.


Calf Measuring Guideline (for Booties) 

Don't know your calf circumference? Follow the steps below: 

Step 1: Grab a tape measure, some string or a ruler and sit down.

Step 2: Measure your heel 7 inches from the floor to your lower calf. Use this as your starting point. 

Step 3: Wrap the tape measure around your lower calf (without leaving any spaces) until you overlap with the start of the tape. There, you have your lower calf circumference measurement. 

Step 4: Do you often wear leggings or stockings? Then add 0.5 inches to your calf width. Do you mostly wear jeans or trousers with your boots? Then add 1 inch to your calf size.