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Soon you can get stylish custom-made shoes in Toronto

Shoe shopping is a giant pain for the following people: those with small feet, large feet, high arches, wide widths, narrow widths, large calves, skinny calves, and pretty much anyone who doesn't wear a perfect 7.5. (7.5s, please take a moment today to thank the shoe gods for your good fortune.) For the past few years, Poppy Barley, a custom-shoe company based out of Edmonton, has been alleviating that agony with custom-sized, made-to-order and flats in a slew of cute, on-trend styles.

Later this month, the company will be trucking out to Toronto for the first time ever, setting up a pop-up where shoppers can check out their shoes in person and get measured on-site for a custom pair of their own. On November 13 and 14, they'll be at Brodawka & Friends (1114 Queen St. West); for November 15 and 16, they'll share space with a BRIKA pop-up shop at 398 Front St. East. You can book an appointment ahead of time here.


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