I hope your week ended on a good note. It has been a good one for me ( big smile). Today, I want to share with you my ShoeDazzle experience.
Shoe Dazzle is an online, personalized, store for shoes, bags and accessories.
The way it works is you are asked a list of questions regarding your personal style. From this questionnaire, an idea emerges about your style. A chief stylists, then, offers you the personalized shoes, hand-bags and accessory options that may best suit you.
This is the shoes I fell for, due to my being a new member, the first shoes is free-shipping and $19.95 before tax:
Some important information to know for your ShoeDazzle experience:
There isn’t a membership fee, but you are required to sign up with an email to join this shoes society. Alternatively, there is a VIP Elite membership of $39.95 a month. This warrants you free shipping and members-only pricing.
A personnel who guides you with information on trends, advise and styling tips
Here’s where you see the new options of shoes, handbags, accessories recommended for you monthly and throughout the month.
Orders & Shipping
Orders within United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) totaling over $49, are delivered for free, it’ll generally arrive within 4-7 business days after order is shipped. A flat rate of $4.95 shipping charge will be applied to orders under $49.
Returns & Exchanges
You may return all orders free of charge within 45 days from shipment. Of course, they have to be in a certain condition to be returnable (read more on their site). Final sale merchandise cannot be returned or exchanged.
Their three return options
(1) Free return for ShoeDazzle store credit; (2) free return for a refund in the original form of payment minus a $5.95 restocking fee per item or (3) free exchange for the same item in a different size (if available).
Here’s how I would style
the metallic slingback loafer heels.Hopefully the shoes fit, reviews say they run small, I should go a size bigger, however they only had one size 8 left and it has been on my radar for a while – I couldn’t resist it! **bites nails**
The ShoeDazzle service ran pretty smooth I had been thinking of looking into it for a while, not sure what took me long! I finally moved on it, after being perplexed by my best friend’s obsession with the site! I will say, it’s easy to get carried away and keeping getting shoes, seeing as they get to know what you really like and then show them to you. JUST GREAT! Discipline will be of importance here as you can imagine.
Now, if they don’t quite nail your shoe style – which, I personally don’t think they did for me, but it’s simply because I never have a type either – you can go ahead and just shop all shoes under shop by. The questionnaire to get an idea of your style is pretty limiting and may not be clear if you’re not informed about the particular brands or stylists – maybe that’s why they didn’t get my shoe type? I had to Google them up to get an idea of who’s style do I like more or whatever the particular question was. If you do not know what’s trending, ShoeDazzle is really a great place to go to! Under their featured boutique tab, they clearly explain and show you what’s in for the particular season.
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post nor was this a collaboration between me and ShoeDazzle. See my legal tab above for further information. All information is sourced from ShoeDazzle’s site. For absolute accuracy refer to the actual site, here. Photo credits, also, belongs to ShoeDazzle.
Will you be looking into it?
What do you think of the shoes I ordered?
Enjoy the weekend!UPDATE: I got the shoes, just like I was concerned, it was a bit tight. It is pretty narrow. I typically wear 8.5 for close toe shoes. I am torn, I have fallen for the shoes. I don’t mind suffering but I am not sure if it’s worth it. So, I am risking it and exchanging for a 9, the slingback should help hold me in or I’ll add tissue in the front. We’ll see… I found it a bit inconveniencing that they don’t send you the shoes with a return label for exchange already. You have to call them, then they’ll email it to you. You’ll print it take it to the post office, send it off then you’ll get your exchange. Inconvenience with returns is what limits my online shopping – the sizing, color or it just doesn’t look the same is always a possibility. In the end, it’s a good problem, if it limits my shopping, not the least bit complaining.