Find fab, affordable shoes! Cheap shoes
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Cheap shoes. Of course we’d all love to own nothing but Jimmy Choos and Louboutins, but try not to discriminate when it comes to shoes! My rule, spend as much money as your budget allows on good, timeless, all-purpose leather shoes—like a simple black pump that’s not too high for the office but high enough for a night out, and don’t spend more than $100 (or whatever your budget permits) on trendy shoes you’ll only wear a few times. Here are some great places to find trendy and cheap shoes.
Floral sandals $35.99. Red pumps $39.99. Plaid booties $40.99. Peep-toe platforms $40.99
Charlotte Russe is one of my favorite stores to find cheap shoes. Even though they’re very affordable, I find them to be very comfortable and durable. Right now they have a Buy One Get One for $10 promotion- so click away and get to shopping! Other similar stores are Forever 21, Wet Seal, etc.
Leopard booties $35.10. Pink studded pumps SALE $23.11. Burgundy heels $28.20. Boots $45.30
GOjane.com is where I had my first ever major online shoe haul. They also have clothes and accessories. GOjane.com shoes are of man-made materials. When buying shoes online it’s important to use and abuse the zoom bottom because just because you’re buying cheap shoes doesn’t mean they have to look cheap. Make sure the shoes look well-constructed before adding them to your shopping cart.
I got these Jessica Simpson shoes at Marshalls, for under $50. See the rest of the look here!
TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Ross, Burlington. You might get lucky with their stock or you might not. You will find brands like Steve Madden, Nine West, Jessica Simpson, and even big-name brands like Fendi and DvF.
Booties $49.95. Red heels $44.95. Platform Pumps $49.95. Leopard loafer $59.95
DSW. Designer Shoe Warehouse is a great, and very organized, place to find name-brand shoes for less. Don’t forget to check out their always-large sale section for fab finds!
Second-hand stores. You won’t find super modern looks here, but you might find a great classic for a great price. Do clean the shoes with rubbing alcohol to avoid any fungus or yucky stuff like that.