1. Wear them around the house for at least 2 days, with a pair of thick white cotton athletic socks, using either sandpaper or a sidewalk to slightly scuff the bottom.
2. Purchase a pair of Dr. Scholl’s for Her Heel Liners, available at your local drugstore, and place them on the inside heel of the shoe. The liners help not only to break in the shoe, but also to keep your heels from slipping and rubbing.
This one may be a little out there but ....
3. You’re a real spud: This one is a tip from an editor friend of mine! Peel a larger potato and push it into the shoe (make sure it’s big enough to create a bulge). Leave the potato in over night and voila, your shoe should be stretched in the morning!
4. You can buy shoe stretches theses babies apparent work really well.
I hope this helps y'all with your shoe problems, thanks guys.