A quick search by size yields 88 styles in size 4 or below, and almost 600 styles in my size, 5.5
This weekend I popped into a store and was surprised to find two full racks of sale shoes under size 6, for their half-yearly sale. The selection online is much larger, but I was still excited to see so many tiny shoes. I contemplated getting the Franco Sarto lady boots in size 5.5 (on sale, comes in size 4 and +):
here. I also tried on tons of Hunter rain boots in different heights and compared womens vs. kids fit, but that's for a later post : )
The real reason I went to Nordstrom was to return the Dolce Vita kids boots that I had ordered earlier. The foot and shaft height fit me in a kids sz 4, but that was about it. The boot shaft circumference was quite roomy, and the toes were wide and round, not sleek and almond-shaped. Bummer!
On a separate note, I just saw on Chloe's blog that Aldo is having a sale with free shipping at any price! I blogged about Aldo a while back and the consensus was that their sz 35 is unpredictable. Sometimes it fits me perfectly (I'm usually a 5.5 US) and sometimes it's way too small. I took a chance and ordered the shoes that Chloe recommended in a sz 35:
Aldo Lamacchia in Cognac, sz 35 (I signed up for emails to get an extra 10% off!)
I initially went on Aldo looking for cheap flats, and debated between the Kanoza leather flat in gray and the Madson flat in taupe. Ended up passing on both to get the above mid-heel pump. I think the tassel loafer detail is adorable, and envision it with browns, olives and florals.
PS - for discussions on other retailers / brands that offer small shoes, check out the Alterations Needed forum.