Spike Flat, Barefoot Tess, $191)
Criss cross wedge, Barefoot Tess, $139 / Contrast Bootie, Barefoot Tess, $137 / Retro Pointed Flats, Barefoot Tess, $119
There are several sizes for larger shoe sizes, but BarefootTess.com is by far the best. They carry extended sizes of regular brand so you can find those cute Steve Madden or Rocket Dog shoes that your friend just bought. Many of their shoes are exclusives in those sizes, which means you often have to pay full price. The selection, though, cannot be beat. Zappos and their sale site 6pm.com also have a decent selection.
Tory Burch Flat, Nordstrom, $250 / Floral Low Wedge, Barefoot Tess, $44 / Patent Pointed Flat, $29.99
And don't despair that large feet doom you to the realm of online shopping. If you live near a Nordstrom Rack (or within reasonable day trip distance), give them a call. Find out when they have extended size events. The stores will be stocked with large sizes at discounted prices. Regular Nordstrom stores do this too, but without the discounted prices. Plus size clothing stores are also a great place to size up shoes. You may not wear the clothing, but they tend to carry 11 an up sizes. In fact, Torrid appears to have a lot of shoes in large sizes for really low prices.
Striped Flats, Torrid, $28.50 / Pewter Bow Heels, Zappos.com, $99.95 / Gold Comfort Sandals, 6pm, $111.99
Another great way to find shoes in your size is just to keep track of brands that make your size. Go to Shopstyle.com, click on shoes, sort by size and pick yours. You can also narrow it down by price and color. Not only will you find a bunch of shoes, but you'll be able to figure out what brands actually make shoes for you. Keep and eye out for those brands and where they are sold. You should be able to broaden your shopping horizons that way.