NEW SEASON….

It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing that we will be making changes in the way we do business.  As you know the change in our economy  has affected all of us in one way or another which is why we have decided to close down our store front at Memorial Hwy.

Though it makes me sad to close the physical location where I first birthed my dream and had the opportunity and pleasure to meet so many great people  and supply their shoe needs; I do look forward to what is to come for Big and Elegant, after all, we still need our wide, comfortable and fashionable shoes! It’s not the end but a beginning of better things to come…

We will continue to operate and meet your shoe needs however it will be via special ordering, the web (which we are still working on) and for our local customers on an appointment basis only at a location we have secured for these purposes.

Due to these changes for the next two weeks we will be liquidating our inventory with a “MOVE OUT SALE” with all regular priced items on sale at 50% off.  We will be open on Monday September 4th (Labor Day) from 10 am to 4 pm.   Fridays we’re open by appointment only and Saturdays we have our regular hours from 10 am – 4 pm.  You can contact us at (813)928-8609 for more information.

Thank you for your patronage,  I look forward to seeing you soon!

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  • "I decided to open a shoe store for women with big and/or wide feet where they could shop with pleasure, would not have to sacrifice fashion for comfort and walk out with their head held high."