Deal Alert: Sole Society Sale (Going Fast!)

sole society sale 175Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Sole Society, but written by your regular friendly blogger Kat Griffin.

If you’re looking for some fun shoes to perk up your summer work wardrobe, there’s a great sale going on at Sole Society right now (mostly final sales, alas).  There are a ton of of classic styles in numerous colors, with many enthusiastic, glowing reviews.  We actually have another sponsored post from the brand coming up next week, but because the crazy sale going on right now only goes through Tuesday, I wanted to post something now!  I’m MOST in love with the shoes pictured at left (they’re even bigger below the jump), but there are so many choices just from the sale section it’s hard to narrow it down.  The beige pump at top (Yasmin) comes in three other colors and is currently marked to $15 from $50, the black polka dot flat (Kirby) comes in EIGHT other colors, has 59 positive reviews and is marked to $18 from $60, and the cobalt blue pump (Alexandra) also comes in black and lavender, and is marked to $28, down from $70 (and is sadly out of my size — I think I’m going to cry).  Bigger pictures and more picks from the sale below (the sale prices are not reflecting on hover for some reason — but most of the prices come down to $20-$30).  I’m mostly in love with the shoes but they have jewelry, bags, hats, scarves, and more.

 

More picks from the sale:

 

Comments

  1. I would like Sole Society if the carried bigger than a Size 11 :(

    Shoe Sale Envious.

  2. I have bought a couple pairs of shoes from Sole Society and really liked them (they seem good quality, particularly at this price point, and have held up well). I did note that there’s a lot of size variation between styles – I needed an 8.5 in ballet flats but a 9.5 in pumps, so I’d suggest trying on a pair or two if you can (but at $15/pair, it’s probably worth the gamble even if you can’t).

    • Red Beagle :

      Thanks for weighing in. I have hesitated to buy their shoes even at the phenomenal prices because I thought they might be near-disposable shoes and I am trying to wean myself off cheap shoes for the sake of my feet. If the quality is fair, I might try a pair. That being said, I have wide, triangle shaped feet (narrow in the back) and a small bunion (in part from wearing cheap shoes in the past!) and maybe these just aren’t in the cards for me.

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