Long time lurker, first time poster here. Hi everyone! I'm hoping someone can have patience with a question from a sartorially challenged. *clears throat* I recently ordered a pair of penny loafers, and finally got them today. Thing is, I've never owned a pair of good loafers before (yes, yes I know), so I'm unsure how they are supposed to fit. The length is good, I definitely can't go down in size or my toes will hurt. And they feel very comfortable standing and walking (very comfortable, in fact). What has me a bit worried is that I can quite easily step out of the shoe, as in lift my heel out of the shoe if I try, ...if that makes sense. It doesn't happen by accident, only if I try. Now, I've been taught leather shoes stretch out a bit over time when wearing them, so I'm a slightly worried they'll eventually stretch out to the point where I'll accidentally step out of them while walking. Should I be worried or should I just enjoy my shoes? I realize they're loafers, not laced shoes, so maybe they're supposed to fit this way. But as I said, they're my first pair of loafers, so I don't really know. Can anyone offer some advice?