We all know what it is like to go through shoe-shopping-withdrawal. The Carrie Bradshaw within us is just dying to buy a new pair to go with tonight’s outfit, regardless of the cost. Except there is one little problem, we’re reasonably broke, and cannot afford a fabulous pair of Manolo Blahniks.
But that’s okay, because whether it’s a trendy pair of flats or a daring set of stilettos you can easily find the right size, color, style and price online with these five awesome sites.
- Charlotte Russe
You’re probably familiar with Charlotte Russe from cruising through the local mall on the weekends. But if you’re not, get ready, because this store is seriously stylish at an affordable price. Not only can you find trendy clothes, from dresses to jeans, but Charlotte Russe also has a shoe selection to die for, which is even bigger, online.
Plus, shipping is free when you use the Charlotte Russe mobile app!
Amiclubwear is mostly known for their super cute club clothes, but the heels are definitely worth looking at. Pages and pages of heels, boots, flats and sandals are just waiting for you to wear them. And, the prices are definitely affordable. How does a pair of faux leather thigh highs for$16 sound? Yeah, that’s what I thought.
LuLu’s opened in 1996 and has grown from a mother-daughter dream into one of the web’s greatest shopping experiences. You can find clothing, accessories, and yes, shoes at LuLu’s. Find new, emerging designers or buy out a brand you already know at LuLu’s.
- Go Jane
Go Jane has been going strong since 1999 with a team of buyers scoping out the best of the best in shoes and clothes. New styles are added every day so you know that you are getting the hottest trends, and shipping is free on all orders over $50.
- Forever 21
Forever 21 is usually my stop for a new party dress, but every now and then you can find some pretty cool boots or heels just waiting for you in the sale corner. Plus, there’s usually a few discounts floating around online, which means you can get a pair of heels and a new outfit for less than $100, easily!
While shopping for shoes in-store is probably more comfortable for you, shopping online is just as fun. And, if they don’t fit, returning them is just as easy as driving to the actual store you bought them from. So, take a chance, and shop for the perfect heel, online.