A blythe doll foot (tbl body) in a pair of Licca flats.^ there’s quite a bit of gappage. The shoes don’t look terrible on blythe feet, but if you hold the doll, the shoes will sort of dangle off their feet.
Quick post on blythe and licca (4th gen only) proportions.
Shoes that fit blythe:
- Licca shoes are big on blythe feet
- Some azone shoes fit, but they’re usually a bit big
- Some Rement shoes fit (I have 2 pairs of maryjanes and 1 pair of rement boots that fit blythe feet)
- Only Hearts Club shoes should fit (according to my research)
- Some Barbie shoes fit (the non-heeled ones, because blythe feet aren’t arched)
- Ely Chan (the Daiso licca knockoff) shoes will fit for the most part (some shoes might be too small)
A word on Blythe and Licca body proportions:
- Licca chan’s body is more petite than a Blythe body.
- I find that some Azone Pure Neemo XS clothes fit Licca chan very well.
- Blythe clothes are oversized on Licca chan, which can be cute or awkward looking depending on what the item is.
- Vintage skipper clothes will fit Blythe.
- Some Barbie clothes will fit Blythe (some tops).
- Ely chan fashion packs will fit Blythe.
A closeup of a Blythe foot (left) and a Licca foot (right). The Licca foot is considerably bigger.
From left to right: Licca stock sneakers, Blythe stock converses, Licca stock Mary Janes, and Blythe stock heel booties
The openings to the Licca shoes are bigger to accommodate the bigger, wider Licca feet. The Licca shoes that I own are also squished than blythe shoes. Honestly, the fit of a licca shoe on a licca foot isn’t exactly snug, but more of a loose fit.
I hope this was helpful!