Savvy Shopping Shoes - Sole Society

A woman can never have too many shoes, and never let your husband tell you otherwise! If you’re a footwear fanatic like me, and just about every other woman on the planet for that matter, then you have GOT to try Sole Society, the brand new shoe club I recently joined. You may be wondering, what the heck is a shoe club?? Well, I’m happy to tell you all about it!

Savvy Shopping Shoes - Sole Society

Shoe Clubs, one of my favorite sample sale websites, recently launched Sole Society, in what I can only assume is their latest strategy to drain my wallet. Here’s how it works:

  1. First, you take the style quiz to determine your style bio, and based on that, Sole Society stylists create a personalized “closet” of shoes.
  2. If you like what you see, you can opt to buy. Every pair of shoes costs $49.95, and once you make your first purchase, you become an official member.
  3. You can also request a new closet, and Sole Society will send you new options, but you will no longer be able to purchase the shoes in your original closet.
  4. Each month, you will get a new closet to choose from. If you’re ever not in the mood to buy, no worries! You can opt out, but you must do so within 5 days, or your card will be charged.
  5. Registration and shipping are free, you can return anything you don’t like for a refund (after a $7.95 restocking fee) or for store credit (no fee), and you can cancel your membership at any time.

Savvy Shopping Shoes - Sole Society
I decided to try Sole Society out, for blog purposes only, of course. My pick- Anouk in coral, pictured below:

Savvy Shopping Shoes - Sole SocietyMy beautiful new shoes arrived just two days later, all wrapped up in Sole Society tissue. It was like opening a present! As for the quality, I was pleasantly surprised. They aren’t Louboutins or anything, but at just 50 bucks, they’re an excellent value. I also quickly learned how comfortable the shoes are. The very first time I wore them, I had to take the stairs to the 6th floor (don’t ask), and escaped the ordeal blister-free.  I then went shopping, and while trying on a darling pair of sandals, a lady stopped me to tell me how cute my shoes were, and to ask where I found them. Of course, she was referring to my Anouks, not the new shoes I was trying on, and was very disappointed when I told her so. All in all, I’d say my Sole Society experience so far, has been just about perfect, and I can’t wait for my new closet next month!

If you’d like to try Sole Society too, click the link.

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