The problem with a $50-week is that while searching for pieces under-$50, you find a lot of awesome pieces that are $60, $70 and $80. It’s maddening. So how about an under-$100 week to finish out the month and let me use all of these items I’ve saved in my bookmarks?
Sole Society Bettie Heels ($79)
Sole Society has some really fabulous shoes and accessories for sale. The quality is a little better than Zara, comparable to a shoe from Nordstrom’s junior’s department. I own two pairs, and plan to buy the pair above when the weather warms up a bit.
These cognac sandals are perfect for wearing with summer dresses, they would look amazing with this white eyelet Calvin Klein number. They also come in black and a warmer taupe color.
If you’re not quite ready for summer sandals, their Olyvia ankle-strap pumps have a medium heel height and come in several lovely colors. I also like these strappy Jacie heels in the all black color. And if you like wedges, these open-toe wedges with a wood heel are cute and versatile.
In the mood for flats? These slingback flats are super cute. They would look great with a pair of ankle-length trousers.
Thanks for the review of Sole Society. I’ve been eyeing a few pairs of shoes there for a while now and I just couldn’t pull the trigger because I’ve been unsure on quality. Good to know they’re at least as good as Zara (which tends to be pricier).
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Thanks for these recommendations. I had not heard of sole society before, but a lot if their stuff looks nice, and the prices seem reasonable.
A amidon says:
Be aware some of the sole society shoes tend to run small. I normally wear an 8.5 and bought a 9 in their boots… And really should have gotten a 9.5 if I wanted to wear thicker socks.