Whether you’re in dire need of new ankle boots to replace your worn soles or simply need a style update, shopping online is one of the most convenient ways to get a new pair or two. Making shoe purchases online can also save you a lot of money because of all the discounts and special offers you can get. Here are five of the best ways to find the best deals on ankle boots online:
Check out coupon sites.
If you want to slash up to 75% off the cost of your purchase, there’s no better way to do it than using coupon codes for ankle boots. Coupon sites offer products and services from top brands at discounted prices and you can even score special offers such as free delivery or a free pair of shoes. Voucher codes are great for those who want to stay in style and have trendy ankle boots but don’t have the budget to buy them at full price. You can get voucher codes for Public Desire by visiting Total Discounts and then you just need to apply the code when you check out. Remember though, it’s important to act quickly, as coupon codes have an expiration date and you have to make your purchase while they’re still valid.
Visit retailer or manufacturer sites.
Shoe brands usually have post-season or clearance sales on their products, so it would be a good idea to bookmark their websites and watch out for sales. It may involve a lot of waiting, but your efforts will surely pay off when you get your coveted ankle boots on sale. As with coupon codes, when buying at clearance sales you’ll have to move fast to make sure the pair you want in your size is still in stock. Many brands also provide discounts for students at uni, an incentive you don’t want to let go of. To get notified about clearance sales and exclusive deals, join the brand’s online community, subscribe to the newsletter or follow them on social media so you can receive promo announcements right away.
Browse around online marketplaces.
Online marketplaces such as like eBay offer items that are new or have never been used, pre-loved or slightly used. Sellers on these sites let potential buyers haggle or pay the listed price upfront. If you don’t mind wearing slightly used shoes, these online marketplaces are great places to find a good, affordable pair. If you’re hunting for ankle boots that aren’t sold in shops anymore, someone on eBay probably has them up for sale. It may require a bit of hard work, but you’ll surely score a great deal.
Consider clothing and shoe swaps.
Swapping clothes and shoes with other trendy folks is another way to find ankle boots online. There are websites that provide a platform for people who would rather swap clothes and shoes than sell. If you have items you no longer wear or use such as knee-high boots or a coat in the wrong colour, someone online may want them in exchange for ankle boots and a matching jacket. Swapping online is usually free or may involve a small fee for shipping but it’s definitely a sure-fire way of finding ankle boots at a low price or at no cost at all.
Sorry I was MIA last week. I was quite the busy bee.
I have been gathering some home decor inspiration from online like a mad woman. As mentioned on snapchat (melrod1206), I’m currently redecorating my home, and I’m definitely leaning towards a Moroccan/Boho feel (as you can see from my inspiration above). I’ve always been in love with the Moroccan look, and I know for sure I want to incorporate those elements into my living room, bedroom and backyard.
I’ve put together a wishlist of a few of many things I’m currently loving.
Be sure to leave a comment below with your favorite places to shop for home decor.
It’s that time of the year again, and I know I have been talking about getting back into doing more DIYs.
The time has finally come! I decided to do another DIY Christmas ornament simply because the first ornaments I made were a hit. To this very day my last DIY (from 2010) Christmas Ornament (click here for post) has gotten so much love.
Any who, let’s get started.
I decided to make faux feather pom pom christmas ornaments.
I used the glue gun and dabbed a small amount onto the ornament, and began gluing the boa around. I decided to use smaller ornaments (last minute decision) because they looked much better on a smaller ornament than on the bigger ones.
It was such an easy and fun DIY. Hope you all enjoy it!
Am I the only one that hasn’t started their holiday shopping?! I totally procrastinated this year. Good news is, the Outlets at Orange is having ‘Wrap it Up’ Super Sale December 11th through December 13th. This holiday event sale features discounts of up to 70% off from H&M, Nike Factory Store, Sunglass Hut, Victoria’s Secret, and much more.
I’ve put together a few items that are currently on trend and on my wish list, that I’m definitely shopping this weekend.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I’m so excited to be spending the holidays with my friends and family. From good food to good conversations to yummy pumpkin pie. And let’s not forget all the sales going on this week! Eeek!! Danger!
Below you’ll find some AMAZING Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and steals I stumbled upon that I’ll definitely be shopping right after I stuff my face with delicious food. 😉 Gobble gobble! Happy shopping everyone!
Asos is a no-brainer for em. I shop them all the time. Asos is having up to 60% off casual looks for men and women (11/24-11/26) on Black Friday, and on Monday 30% off EVERYTHING (11/27-11/30). Code: BLESSED
boohoo is another favorite online store of mine, and I’m currently coveting all of their outerwear. They’re having 70% off EVERYTHING for US and 50% off EVERYTHING for UK (11/27-11/30). Here are my favorites.
Nordstrom is having a HUGE SALE and I cannot even handle. Up to 50% off select styles for all + free shipping and returns (11.26 – 11.27) for Black Friday. Cyber Monday Savings of up to 50% off select top brands + Free shipping and returns (11/30). I found some bridesmaids dresses I really love.
Shopbop // Spend $250+ and save 15%, Spend $500+ and save 20%, spend $1,000+ and save 25% , S’well and Stuart Weitzman style level exclusions (11.24 – 11.30). CODE: GOBIG15