Thursday, October 1, 2009

Dazzle Your Feet

Kim Kardashian has an online shoe service called ShoeDazzle.   ShoeDazzle acts as your personal shoe stylist by choosing shoes for you every month based on your personal style.




 Kim serves as Shoe Dazzle's Co-Founder and Chief Fashion Stylist.  She makes all the final decisions on which shoes to present to members each month.  Kim is always on top of her fashion game and once worked as a celebrity fashion stylist.  She is one of my favorite fashionista's and is another one who can't do any wrong in my eyes when it comes to fashion.  Kim Kardashian always looks great!





 

Shoe Dazzle's membership is just $39 a month.  After taking a fashion survey and registering to become a member, you will be sent (via email) 5 fashionable shoes each month from which you choose 1.  Once you select the shoe you want, your credit card will be charged $39.  That's it! Just $39 for a "haute" pair of shoes.  You can't beat that with a bat.  If you don't like any of your selections, you can select "Skip this Month" and you will not be charged for the month.  Returns and exchanges are accepted and you can cancel your membership at any time.

You will not be billed the monthly the membership fee until after the first time you select your first pair of shoes.  From that point on, if you don't want to be charged for any subsequent month, you must go into your account and skip the month by the 5th day.  Sounds pretty easy, doesn't it?

Here's a sneak peak of some of the gorgeous shoes offered to members each month:



I see a few pairs that I wouldn't mind owning myself.

Head on over to shoedazzle.com to start your membership today.  I know I definitely am!


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2 comments:

TheMochaPeach said...

I had a Shoedazzle account and was all excited until I got my first pair of shoes and the quality was NOT up to par. I didn't care for them..godo concept..but Imma need the shoes to be a better quality than something I can pick up at Bare Feet or something.

Fa'Shun Groupie said...

Really? I thought they looked kinda cheap in quality. I knew something was up when they wouldn't tell what name brands the shoes were. Anywho, like u said, great concept.