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Saving Money on Shoes This Season

December 30th, 2012 Seasonal

Saving money on shoes may seem like an impossible prospect, especially if you're trying to keep up with popular fashion trends. However, don't let shows like Sex and the City fool you! You can definitely enjoy chic, gorgeous kicks without much trouble. It will take a bit of diligence and work on your part, but if you're willing to put in the time and research, you should be able to come out on top. If you're not sure where to begin, here are a few ideas that can help you get started.

1. Buy online. Buying shoes online is a great idea. You can enjoy a much wider selection in more sizes. If there's a particular pair of shoes that you love that's just out of your price range, you can probably find a similar look for less money. There's no need to worry about sizes, either. Most stores will let you send back a pair that doesn't fit and have a new one waiting in just a few days.

2. Keep an eye out for sales. If you must go to a brick and mortar store, keep an eye out for the big sales that take place throughout the year. This can be a great way to bring down your bottom line without having to sacrifice your ideal look.

3. Buy quality. High-quality shoes are going to last longer, plain and simple. If you pay more in the present, it will be less time until you have to find a new pair - especially if you're diligent about maintaining them.