ShoeDazzle Subscription Review + First Look for $10 Offer – February 2018
ShoeDazzle is a monthly shoe, clothing, and accessories subscription service. You can shop their merchandise like normal retail, but they have a VIP subscription that gives you better prices – many styles are only $39.95 (or less) for VIPs. When you sign up for a membership, you complete a style profile. On the 1st of every month, they release new styles, and you can pick any item you want – either from your personal “Showroom” or across the site. You can also skip the month. However, if you don’t pick or skip, you get charged $39.95 store credit to spend any time.
This model is similar to how JustFab, Fabletics, and AdoreMe work. JustFab and Shoedazzle are under the same umbrella company, actually. Surprisingly enough, the shoes I ordered on Shoedazzle came in a JustFab box!
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The Subscription Box: ShoeDazzle
The Cost: $39.95 a month
COUPON: Get your first style for $10! No code need, just use this link!
The Products: ShoeDazzle offers lots of exclusive shoes in addition to clothing, accessories, and jewelry
Ships to: U.S. and Canada (Shipping is free to the U.S., $9 to Canada)
Shoedazzle February 2018 Clothing Review
This Shoedazzle order came with two coupons! The first is for Hello Fresh, and the second is for Naked Wines. (You can actually get the same $30.00 off deal as I did on Hello Fresh by using this link!)
So far, I’ve used my Shoedazzle membership to stock up on new shoes. I’ve been really happy with what I’ve gotten, but this month, I wasn’t seeing any shoes that made me say “Wow I NEED this!” So for the first time, I popped over into the clothing category of the site and made my first Shoedazzle clothing order!
There are lots of things to see in the clothing category. Most items are super trendy, but they have a solid selection of staples like denim and work-ready blouses, too. As my regular readers know, I’m a big fan of simple, easy-to-wear clothes in neutral colors—outfits that I can easily pepper bold, unexpected accessories into.
Okay. With that context, are you ready to see what I picked? I’m kind of in love with ’em, and I hope you are, too! 3, 2, 1…
They’re OVERALLS! I’ve been considering trying a pair of simple, versatile overalls for awhile, and this month’s Shoedazzle purchase seemed like the perfect occasion. Overalls, like all rompers and jumpsuits, are sort of a love-hate thing—either you think they’re fresh and fun, or you think they make people look like giant toddlers. I’m not necessarily saying that I don’t look like a giant toddler, but I am saying that I think they are super comfy and cool and that they make me feel like a quirky fashion blogger. Hooray!
Generally, I wear a 10 in jeans, so after looking at their size chart, I ordered a size 30. I’m actually thinking that a 32 could’ve done me just fine, too—these are supposedly “relaxed” overalls, but the 30 fits a bit like a pair of bootcut jeans. (I thought the relaxed cut might be a bit more like a boyfriend-style, looser fit. I’m not disappointed, though.) The overalls are 100% cotton, which is a nice level of quality that I didn’t expect. They have a smidge of stretch to them, and they relax just a little as you wear them around. At first, I was worried that they were cut too straight to accommodate my uh, rather assertive thighs and booty, but I was happy to find that these overalls fit quite nicely. My hips definitely feel hugged, like they might in a pair of new jeans, but they’re far from suffocating.
I crop-topped it in the photos above in a desperate attempt to convince spring to finally show up. But I’m excited to try these overalls over crisp, sky-blue button-ups and cozy turtlenecks. The breathable fabric and relaxed fit have me hopeful about how these overalls will work in summer months, too. I think they’ll be ultra comfy (and stylish) alongside a tank top and some cute mules or chunky-heeled sandals.
The Verdict: I’m so pleased with my first Shoedazzle clothing purchase! The fabric quality, fit, and overall (heh heh) style of this look is just what I was hoping for. I’m a jeans-and-tees kind of gal most days out of the week, so knowing that Shoedazzle makes bottoms that fit my bottom is a big plus. I could see ordering more denim pieces for my monthly orders now that I’ve had success with these babies. The price ($49.95) is $10.00 above the $39.95 I pay to be a Shoedazzle member, but I feel like $49.95 is right in line with the cost of 100% cotton overalls I’ve seen in stores. Plus, my membership fee goes towards anything I buy—as long as I don’t choose to skip the month, the $39.95 I paid will be there in my account to spend (or save as a credit for next month). I noted in the pricing info above that the overalls are currently on sale—there’s usually some kind of promotion by the end of the month with Shoedazzle, so if I’d waited, it’s possible I could’ve gotten a really sweet deal on these overalls.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! These overalls are available in sizes 24-24W.
Coupon – Get your first style for $10.00! No code need, just use this link!
Value Breakdown: The retail value of these heels is $70.95, but I nabbed them for just $49.95. Oh, and as of writing this review, there’s a promo going on that discounts ’em down to just $29.97!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
What was your ShoeDazzle pick this month?