5'9' wear size 9.5 in girls which is an 8 in guys. US shoe size. I have big fit in some shoes and in others I don't sometime I don't like my 'big' feet, but I say f*** there gonna be here for life so just get used to it...everyone has things that they don't unnecessary love about themselves.
Around a 9.5. But I guess it depends on the maker/fit. Like most dress shoes I seem to wear a size 10 but I only wear a 8.5 for my hockey skate boot fit. Anyways can't complain, I usually don't find much problems when buying a pair of sneakers.
I'm 5'7", and wear a US women's size 9 usually. Sometimes I can wear 8.5, sometimes 10, it just depends on the shoes. But I agree with that. There's usually less selection in terms of super cute shoes for bigger sizes. I always see the best shoes in sizes 7-8, and it seems to go downhill from there on up. Less variety, less of everything kept IN STOCK, it's pretty irritating. =/ I manage and have a pretty sweet shoe collection despite that, but I know I'd score a lot more awesome finds, more consistently, if I wore just like ONE size smaller.
I'm 6'1" and my feet are a size 12 wide. A size that barely exists in terms of women's shoes. Finding running shoes is not that much of a problem for me - I wear a lot of Converse high tops and gym shoes so I just go over to the mens side of the store. Most of them look pretty unisex anyways. Same with sandals - I wear Birkenstocks which come in European sizes (which are the same for men and women). According to my sandals I am a size 44 in the European shoe size.
Dress shoes is a whole other issue. It's very hard for me to find decent, nice looking flats or heels that fit me properly and that are affordable.
I also have flat feet (no arches) which can and has caused further problems with shoe shopping...
I'm 5'3 and I'm a 7. It is so hard for me to find shoes especially on sale because all the cute ones in my size get sold out very quickly. I wish I was either a 5 or a 9 because those shoes stay on the shelf forever.