I too have a rather wide foot up across the top of my foot and these are my recommendations, based on the trials and errors of my own collection:
TODS generally make a generous, well fitting shoe (both driving shoes and ballerina flats). I love them to death!
French Sole flats are amazingly comfortable once broken in but the they come up very small; I normally have to go up 2 sizes, 3 for certain styles. They also do lack structure and support so these may not be ideal for anyone with lower back problems
Miu Miu and Prada again do beautiful, very well sized shoes which never seem to painfully cut across the top of the foot and require virtually no "break-in" time. I love these!
Mulberry do a lovely Bayswater flat to compliment the bag. They come up a bit small (generally next size up) and are a bit stiff to start with but after a couple of wears they make delightful summer shoes.
Try Tory Burch Caroline ballet flats -- they seem to run wide and a little large. They're probably a great alternative to Revas. Plus, they'll soon be on sale during the Saks Friends & Family 20% off sale...
Just ordered my first pair of Bloch flats. I ordered a size up as the website recommended as the sizing is smaller. (So if you are a normal 10 then you would need 11.) And I have to say that although the length fits the way the site said it would it is a bit tight around the edges of the toe box. I do think it will stretch after wear though...much better than TB reva flats!
Bloch and Repetto are fantastic. They are made by ballet shoe companies and they are meant to mold to your feet. My right foot is a little wider than the left (but only the front part of my foot) so I usually wear a regular width.
I just bought these CK flats at DSW they feel like slippers lots of give for wide feet. Only $60 and they have a decent rubber sole which most flats usually don't have. I'd say the padding is average for flats. I got black and dark charcoal color. I'm normally not big on logos/branding but it really isn't that noticeable when worn you'd really have to be looking at them to be able to read the logo on them.
I got my burch for trip to Paris, but ended up wearing Cole haan there because not enough time for my feet to fit to the shoes.
My size is 8 and wide feet, so I picked 8.5 in gray swede.
I tried to make it wider by wearing it with tick socks in the house for a month and it is comfortable now.
I think it will be better to wear the flat with a little tiny stocking.
Also, another tip is that you should try them on the hard floor at the store where normally there is a thick nice carpet.
i got a pair of coso cormo flats and while i love the hot pink leather they pinched my heels and made my little toe go numb , so i saw all the great reviews on the cole haan air bacara http://www.zappos.com/cole-haan-air-...et-black-nappa and decided to splurge lol to me this is alot of money to spend on shoes but i saw they had my size in c with so i went for it and while ive only worn them around the house i really like them , and belive me im picky lol
I have wide feet that blister easily. The cole haan air bacara are super cute and very comfy. I have 2 pairs with 2 more on the way and they are perfect for walking all day. I do recommend that u size 1 full size up for the patent versions and half size for the non-patent. I actually wear the medium width in these without problem.