I Love Shoes…

I love all types of accessories — shoes, scarves, jewelry, bags and headbands. I think the right shoes with the right jewelry can make an outfit complete.

Out of all of those things that I love, I’m totally obsessed with shoes.  I walk into Nordstrom’s shoe department and I am in a panic.  My heart races and my adrenaline kicks in.  I can spend hours looking at the shoes and trying on different shoes.  I’m not one of those who try on a million pairs of shoes and then walk away.  I’m the other extreme.  I try on a million pairs of shoes and walk away with four or five boxes of shoes!

Sale time is my favorite time. I just got an email from Stuart Weitzman saying that their shoes are 40% off the original price.  Although the shoes are still very expensive, it’s 40% off!  And when I get the postcard for Jildor every year just saying SALE, I feel like I need to run over to Woodbury and see what they have.

Just recently I was asked to join another social networking site for those of us who love shoes.  It’s called, Sole Society.  You basically register for the site and you answer a series of questions. After that, you are given at least six pairs of shoes to choose from.  This becomes your closet.  If you don’t like anything in your closet, the web site will reselect items until you do like something. Almost every day, they have a featured grouping of items as well.  The best part is, it’s only $49.95 per pair of shoes.

There’s one catch.  Each month you will be billed $49.95 unless you click on a link that says, not this month.  If you don’t click on the link and don’t buy anything, you will be charged the $49.95 but you will receive a credit on your next purchase.

I just got the email and I already bought two pairs of shoes.  Hopefully, this doesn’t get too out of hand but in the meantime, I’m loving every moment of it.  I can’t wait to try on the shoes when they come in the mail!

If you are interested in checking it out, click on this link: https://www.solesociety.com/invite/htopper769

One Comment

  1. Kristie Galvani

    Sounds dangerous…

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