At Burju, we believe your shoes must lovingly encase your feet and that’s only going to happen when the fit is perfect.
The best way to ensure you get the correct size shoe is to measure your foot. Sizing varies greatly between different brands so it is best NOT to rely on what size you are in another brand, but rather to get the actual measurement of your foot in centimeters.
If you do not already know the measurement of your foot please use our tutorial below and match your measurement to the size on our size chart for Women or Men.
And don’t worry, if you don’t get it right you can take advantage of our fuss-free, no-questions asked, speedy returns process.
Watch this video on how to measure your foot:
What if my foot is wide or narrow?
Don’t worry at all! At Burju we have a range of styles that are perfect for either narrow or wider width feet.
Expertly crafted, these styles are unique because they have the ability to adjust to the width of your foot perfectly.
Take a look at our fabulous lace up collection, with link below:
If the style you hoped for is not on this list you can also try ordering a half size smaller than your regular size (for narrow feet) or a half size larger than your regular size (for wider feet).
PLUS... We can also custom order the shoes in other colors or heels to meet your specific needs. If the style you like is not on the options offered, you can special custom order them.
Click here to check our special custom shoes order policies.
What heel height should I order?
At Burju, we’re all about comfort and while all our shoes, including the highest heels, are supremely comfortable you should order the heel height that will work best for you.
For instance, if you’re going to spend 6 out of 8 hours at work standing, you may want to go for a slightly lower heel than what you’d use for Salsa-ing the night away!
Burju heels are measured from the outside or tallest part of the heel.
We are NO longer using the PRINTABLE SIZE CHART.
Some of our shoes are made in our factory in Turkey and will have a different size mark (36-40) on your shoes, but they are the size that correspond to your US/EU Size.
Still unsure what size to get? Schedule a Skype call via this link:
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