Got one to sell?

Get it in front of 160+ million buyers.

Women's Shoes for Women in U.S. Size 7.5

Whether you are having a relaxing day at home, a night on the town, or an important meeting at the office, the right pair of shoes can complement your attire. If you are looking for a pair of women's footwear with a 7.5 shoe size, your options abound.

What types of women's shoes are there?

Women’s shoes in U.S. size 7.5 come in a wide variety of styles, including:

  • Ballet Pumps: This slipper type shoe does not have a heel. You can purchase ballet pumps in many different colors, prints, and patterns such as animal prints, geometric prints, floral prints, classic colors or bold colors.
  • Wedge Heels: With a wider, chunkier heel, the heel height on these heels can be high or low. These have different straps and fasteners and some may be slip-on wedge heels.
  • Canvas Shoes: Similar to ballet pumps in that they are flats and come in many colors, these lightweight shoes can come with or without laces and with rubber soles. Sneakers are commonly found in canvas, as are skate-style slip-ons.
  • Wellington Boots: Sometimes called Wellies, these boots usually feature a chunky sole for walking in mud or water. They are made of thick rubber in order to help keep your feet and lower legs dry.
  • Brogues: This type of shoe is made for both women and men. Women's brogues can have a heel or be flat. They traditionally come in black or brown. However, some shoemakers are now producing them in various other colors and even in patterns.
  • Chelsea Boots: These boots date back to the 1850s and feature an elastic side panel. They have a close fit and are flats. Most of them have a tab on the back to help you pull them on.
How do you care for women's shoes?

Proper shoe care is important for the longevity and the appearance of your shoes, including sneakers or sandals. In general, you should store your shoes away from direct sunlight. You may want to use a shoe tree to help maintain their shape while they are not being worn. Additional care depends on the materials your shoes are crafted from. If your shoes are made of suede or nubuck, use a brush to clear off any loose dirt or debris. Then you can gently wipe soiled areas with a damp cloth. Use warm water only and no soap or detergents. Other types of materials can be exposed to small amounts of mild soap or detergents. If your shoelaces are dirty, you can remove them. They can be washed in warm soapy water or simply replaced with a new pair.

Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab