Thick, curvy legs can make you look like a real bombshell, but paired with the wrong shoes, they can also make you look stumpier than you really are. The trick to finding sexy shoes for thick legs is a combination of picking what's comfortable, accentuating the positive and distracting from the negative. So if you feel embarrassed by "cankles" or thick calves, don't worry -- you can still comfortably rock out everything from heels to boots, as long as you choose the right ones.
A plain shoe does nothing but draw attention to what's going in it, so if you think your legs are unflattering, keep everyone's eyes on your footwear. Of course, that comes with a caveat: You need to choose shoes that are embellished in the right places. Don't go for shoes that have straps and buckles near the ankle or the top of the shoe. Instead, sport some kicks with embellishing closer to the toe -- this draws eyes down and away from your legs.
Proportionality is always key in picking shoes that flatter your legs, so if your legs are a little bigger, get shoes that are a little bigger, too. Chunky shoes like wedges and clogs are perfect -- their design makes them more proportional to the larger size of your legs and ankles. Though strappy shoes are rarely ideal for flattering a heavier leg, if you can't resist them, go for shoes with thicker straps -- thin ones look like they're ready to snap when against a thick leg.
Love the look of boots, but hate squeezing your curve-alicious calves into them? Ankle boots are your new best friend. Not only do they cover up cankles, but they allow you to wear boots no matter what your jean size is. When you wear ankle boots under pants, they tuck up inside so it looks like you're wearing regular boots -- the difference is that they're more comfortable for bigger girls and they don't add any unnecessary bulk to your clothes.
Just because you have heavy legs doesn't mean you can't look good in heels -- you just have to choose the right ones. Teeny tiny heels are a bad choice for two reasons: They aren't comfortable, and they don't flatter your legs. Thicker or wider heels give you the stability you need as well as some flattering proportionality -- they don't look like they could break under your foot. When wearing heels, stick with ones that are low cut without straps near the ankle. You want to bring the eyes toward your toes, not toward your ankles and calves.