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ShoeDazzle Plus Subscription Review + Coupon – June 2020

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 – almost everything is 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.

FYI, COVID-19 Update: Learn more about return policy updates, shipping delays, and more right here.

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About ShoeDazzle

The Subscription Box: ShoeDazzle

The Cost: $39.95 a month

COUPON: Get your first style for $10 No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: ShoeDazzle offers lots of exclusive shoes in addition to clothing, accessories, and jewelry.

Ships to: The contiguous U.S. for free and Canada for $6.95

ShoeDazzle June 2020 Review

This month’s ShoeDazzle did not include an invoice statement or coupons/samples. Onward with the review!

 

Avelyn Slip on Sandals, Size 9.5 — Retail Value $59.95, VIP Price $39.95

I am a sucker for the color orange; it is far and away my favorite color. I feel like orange is becoming a bigger statement color this season– which extremely pleases me. When I saw this faux crocodile skin pair of orange sandals that happen to have a low heel, I had to try them out! Don’t they have such a ’60s vibe? I can envision them being worn with a psychedelic floral tent dress, big Lucite earrings, and oversized Jackie O’ style sunglasses!

 

I love the style of these sandals, but the fit is where I am not so in love. I have an immensely high instep and on top of that my feet are wide. Especially my left foot that I broke nearly six years ago in a domestic diva accident (I was attempting to clean and cook in my kitchen and slipped on water. TRUE STORY). The shoes are a bit tight on and I keep hoping they will expand a bit. I wonder if I put in a shoe stretcher if that might help? They are so close to fitting me– I feel like one of Al Bundy’s customers trying to misguidedly shove my ample foot into a small shoe! If these had elastic on the side, oh my goodness– I would be made in the shade! Until I figure out what I am going to do with these beauties, allow me to daydream about wearing them with the red, orange, green, pink, and yellow Hawaiian muumuu sitting in my closet.

Verdict: This month’s ShoeDazzle was a mixed bag. I love that I was finally able to find a pair of one-inch heels that I liked, but the fit is just not 100% there. They are snug on the strap going across my foot and have little to no stretch. I keep hoping they will magically fit, which is silly to even entertain because I could easily (and reluctantly) return these shoes to ShoeDazzle for an exchange! Decisions, decisions!

I do love ShoeDazzle for their namesake: shoes. However, my one constant complaint is their lack of plus size clothing options! I feel like such a broken record in that regard. I counted a total of seventy-one plus size items. That might seem reasonable… ’til you go in the straight-size section. The straight size dresses section has ONE HUNDRED ITEMS alone. That isn’t taking into account skirts, pants, tops, and swimwear in straight sizes, mind you. In addition, they only carry up to a 3x in plus– which isn’t terribly inclusive, especially with the inconsistent sizing. If their selection was broadened to accommodate plus sizes better, they might find they make even more sales. Offer the same options for straight in plus too, please! I would LOVE to review their plus size clothing for you guys more frequently– if they decided to broaden their selection. Bodacious babes want cute clothing too, ShoeDazzle! Regardless of this, when I do find options for myself, I must rave about their member benefits like their point system and the sales they offer for VIP members. The savings and sales are what keep me coming back. I am hopeful and eager to see more plus items being offered in the July selections– fingers crossed, am I right?

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes, this pair is still available for purchase!

COUPON: Get your first style for $10 No coupon needed - just use this link.

Value Breakdown: The sandals I purchased this month have a retail value of $59.95, but with my VIP membership I spent $39.95 before shipping and handling! That means I saved $20; that is roughly a savings of 25%!

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Written by Nicole Rieder

Nicole Rieder

Nicole Rieder is a self-proclaimed clothing fiend and is new to the subscription box world. She loves boxes like Gwynnie Bee because she can play around with styles she may not have before!

Posted in ShoeDazzle Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: shoedazzle | 22 comments

Comments (22)

  1. I attempted to post a comment to this yesterday and I see it still hasn’t posted. I’ll do my best to try to duplicate that comment

    Seriously Sharyn?!?! I am absolutely appalled by your comment. Even if we weren’t not in the middle of the pandemic where lots of ladies can not get pedicures or their hair done, it is still completely inappropriate. This type of comment honestly makes me wonder why MSA would even bother to continue to review boxes and items for us. I DO NOT want the reviewers to fear uploading pictures due to just judgmental butt. Sooo please take your passive aggressiveness to somewhere else on the internet. Buh-bye.

    And Nicole, I’m so sorry you read this and even responded to it. Please please do not stop posting pictures of the items you review. Xoxo

    • Awe, thank you, AH! You are so kind! And I will never stop responding to comments from you guys! I might take a while sometimes, but i definitely read them all and always appreciate the feedback!

      And amen, I haven’t had my nails or feet done since March due to the pandemic. I got my hair done in July because I simply could no longer take it, but I went in with two kn95 masks on because I don’t play! hahaha. But I am fortunate at this point during a pandemic that I can even afford such a luxury. But I try to limit my going out PERIOD since I am high risk and don’t want to expose myself or others. It is some strange times for us all, that is for sure!

      I hope you and your family are doing well and thank you so much for reading my reviews and taking the time to comment.

  2. “domestic diva accident” = hilarious phrase! Glad you were ok! Fun review!

    • Awe thank you, Chris!

  3. Um that was real rude! I live in Florida some of these ladies look like they could swoop up prey with their claws. Her toenails look just fine! Don’t listen to that negativity!

    • Thank you, Shari! TBH, I would love a pedicure for the mere fact my feet feel so dry. Would love someone to take one of those cheese grater looking things to it. hahaha

  4. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with natural toenails.

  5. Thanks, Sharyn.

  6. These are basically copies of hermes slippers

    • Yup, that is what chillybeans mentioned too! It went over my head. haha.

  7. Those are too dang cute on you! I can totally picture you rocking those with so many different outfits. Hope you were able to stretch them or go up a half size.

    Thanks for all your time and effort on these reviews 🌞

    • Thanks, Twyla. Yeah, I don’t know if the ten would have helped because the length was fine. The width was the issue. But I might try stretching these cuties and see if that helps a bit!

  8. No, just no, my Grandma use to wear the exact same type of shoes, almost same color as well, she had bunions and hammertoe, no thanks. Each to his own but give me flip flops or wide tennis shoes and I am all set. I figure if I ruin these feet I am not getting a new set.

    • Shari, I like your grandma’s style then! I am here for it! My feet aren’t too cute either, but no bunions or hammertoe— yet. hahaha

    • My first thought as well! Those are grandma shoes big time. Funny how what was old is new again but we would have cried if forced to wear those shoes whe I was your age.

      • It is true, Michelle! Trends do usually come back. It is wild to see stuff I wore as a teen in the 90s making their way back to teens now! It is kind of neat! I now kind of know how my folks felt when I was a teen obsessed with stuff they grew up with as children/teens.

  9. I agree. The plus section is tiny. I am sick of clicking on something, going through the pics and colors just to find out that they don’t even make it in my size!

    • Molly, it is so dang frustrating! I was looking at the straight sizes and there is a sea of options. The plus section is so tiny! How are you to entice me with like a paltry selection, you know?

  10. Oh man, those shoes are gorgeous!!! Orange is one of my top fav colors. It goes back and forth between orange and then yellow for me, depending on the shade. Anyway, the shoes are amazing and that dress you wore with them is also fabulous. I’m sorry the sizing didn’t work out, I have wide feet also and find myself so limited in what shoes I can actually purchase out of all of the ones I love, because most are too narrow. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a shoe stretcher! I’ll have to check it out because I have a couple pair of shoes that could use a good stretching and id love to be able to wear them again. I hope ShoeDazzle listens to you about the clothing sizes!!! That’s the only reason I haven’t signed up!! I thought the plus size clothing section was kind of a joke!!!! I always look forward to your reviews!!!

    • Awe thank you, Katie! I wonder if a stretcher would work since they are synthetic? Might be worth a try. And yes, omg… all the orange and yellow things. Especially this time of year!

      I hope they do too because the plus section can be a bit of a desert, sad to say! Especially compared to Just Fab’s selection!

      Thank you for the kind words btw. It means so much to me that you enjoy my reviews!

  11. I love that rich Hermès orange ! I feel your pain, my feet are wide too. It’s also hard to find sandals with a one inch heel that aren’t matronly IMHO, these are perfect. A good cobbler should be able to stretch them, might be worth a shot. Good luck!

    • Thanks, Chillybeans! Yes, I didn’t even link it to Hermès, oh my goodness! You are right!

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