I have definite Celtic feet. No surprise because I have mostly Irish blood. I mean, there is others, but...my maternal grandmother's maiden name was Daugherty. Her mother's maiden name was also Irish...so, there's that. Plus, my grandfather was a good part Scottish. My little toe even curls in like in the pic of the Celtic foot.
Most like an Egyptian foot. None of my toes are exactly the same length. My second toe is not as long as my first toe but maybe just 1/4" shorter. My third toe is 1/2" shorter than my second toe. Fourth toe and fifth toe are also about 1/2" shorter than the previous toe.
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Greek. Had to take my shoe off to check. I knew my second toe was longer than my first, but I did not know about the rest of them.
Hmmm - that doesn't sound right. I've got Greek feet, and have always preferred closed pointy-toed heels because they're the only ones with room for my longer second toe! As with anything else, it's different from make to make, but you can tell her that there are definitely shoes out there that will work.
I know it'll mean a big commitment and sacrifice to spend some serious time shoe shopping , but it's worth it!
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