MaryDee, I too have bunions, incredibly spread front toes and a narrow heel. I also have a Morton's Neuroma, and one of my toes is frozen painfully from a break that healed badly 20 years ago. Oh, and another toe still aches in the rain from being shattered about 30 years ago.
I buy almost all of my shoes 2-3 sizes larger than my size 7 feet, in order to accommodate the width, then I pad out with a wide variety of inserts.
I have both expensive inserts, and cheap drugstore varieties. I layer them as each shoe requires.
BTW, my favorite two modern shoes for work are Timberland Pro Renovo, and Merrell Encore Breeze.
Anyway, keep in touch with Fugawee. After some prodding they are coming out with an extra wide version of a couple of their shoes. I have an order in for their new Extra Wide Victorias, and will report on them when they come in.
I am currently wearing a pair of size 9 wide side lacers from a company I don't remember. They are actually too long for me, though I can get by. I've gotten a line on a size 7.5 pair, and if those work out for me, these would be up for sale.
I think they'd be worth a shot for you to try. They seem to me much bigger and deeper than the Robert Land's I've seen around. I'm wearing mine with a pair of Superfeet insoles right now, and after last weekend, I'm thinking about adding a cheap thin foam insole to pad them out further.
I did try a pair of Robert Land's off the rack size 9 wide dancing slippers, and they were far too tight width and height and I promptly sold them.
If you are so inclined, Robert Land makes custom shoes, but I have been afraid to try this option long distance. I feel confident if he were to take the necessary measurements in person that I'd have the best shoes possible, but I do not feel confident with me taking the measurements.
I'm trying to find the link on Facebook to show you the boots that are for sale, but I'm having technical difficulties. If anyone else can get to the Civilian Civil War Closet and find the link to the cream with black foxing side lacers for sale, please post them here for Mary.