7 Best Online Shoe Clubs ...


7 Best Online Shoe Clubs ...
7 Best Online Shoe Clubs ...

I indulge regularly in my vices: beer, cheese and anything containing pumpkin. But no addiction is even close to my obsession with shoes. There should be a club for this, right? Oh, there is. Much like the beer of the month and cheese of the month clubs (that I write in to my Christmas list every year), shoes are the new monthly membership you need to include in your budget. These are all items that I will spend my money on anyways, so why not join in – with like-minded peeps – for great deals and exclusive access to your wants and needs. Here are the 7 best online shoe clubs...

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EShoeClub Price: $29.95 per month for two pairs, with free shipping eshoeclub.com
The new kid on the block, eShoeClub, has some work to do to keep in line with its competitors. So they offer TWO pairs for a regular monthly fee – that is a ten-dollar savings, compared to similar clubs. With a great selection of boots, sandals and heels, you won’t be caught empty… footed.


EShoeClub is a relatively new online shoe club that offers two pairs of shoes for a regular monthly fee of $29.95. The club offers a wide selection of boots, sandals, and heels, and provides free shipping on all orders. Customers can save up to 10 dollars a month compared to similar clubs. EShoeClub is quickly becoming a popular choice for those looking for fashionable and affordable shoes. The club is a great way for customers to stay on top of the latest trends without breaking the bank.


Shoe Dazzle

Shoe Dazzle Price: $39.95 per month, free shipping shoedazzle.com
You may have heard of Kim Kardashian? Well, she heads up (or is it, butts in?) the celebrity voice for Shoe Dazzle. Your selection of shoes every month is based on an independent style questionnaire that you take during the sign-up process. Once presented with your five pairs, there is no obligation to purchase – only a requirement to deny the shoes by the 5th of each month. What I like best is there are also a few suggestions that didn’t quite make your top 5, but are available for purchase under the same deal.


Shoe Dazzle is an online shoe club that offers members the chance to receive a selection of shoes each month based on their individual style. The selection is based on a style questionnaire taken during the sign-up process. Members are not obligated to purchase the shoes, but must deny the selection by the 5th of the month. The selection of shoes offered is celebrity endorsed by Kim Kardashian.

Shoe Dazzle offers free shipping and a monthly subscription fee of $39.95. In addition to the five pairs of shoes that are presented to members, there are additional suggestions that are available for purchase. These shoes are also offered under the same subscription deal.

Shoe Dazzle is a great option for those looking for affordable and stylish shoes. Their selection of shoes is always up to date with the latest trends. The subscription fee is quite reasonable compared to other online shoe clubs, making it an ideal choice for those on a budget.



JustFabulous Price: $39.95 per month, free shipping justfab.com
In what appears to be quite similar to Kardashian’s special shoe club, style experts Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr are at the ready with the promise of heels and handbags you covet for your closet. Similarly, there is no obligation to buy from JustFab – and exchanges are hassle-free. The ladies might be right – their closet is pretty spectacular.


Urban Outfitters Shoe Club

Urban Outfitters Shoe Club Pay-As-You-Buy at urbanoutfitters.com
While not necessarily paid membership type of club, a regular email newsletter sent to you contains a closet full of shoe info, exclusive promotions, trends, contests and events, exclusive to UrbanOutfitters.com. With nothing required to pay up front or to purchase, you can simply revel in the shared love of footwear.


J.Crew Shoe of the Month Club

J.Crew Shoe of the Month Club Price: $1,800 at jcrew.com
For only the truly shoe OBSESSED. Introduced in its 2007 winter gift catalog, this exclusive (and kind of unadvertised) gift idea is available by contacting J.Crew’s personal shoppers directly at (866) 739-5944 (talk about exclusivity!). For 12 months, you receive a pair of shoes, valued at approximately $180 (which amounts to around $150 per pair – yay, savings!). The gift package (to yourself, of course), designated by flats, heels or a combination of both, can only be exchanged for sizes – which is a minor annoyance, save for if you trust their designers. But if you know you already LOVE everything contained within a J.Crew catalog, you will enjoy the luxurious spoil.


Town Shoes

Town Shoes FREE! (Pay Only What You Purchase)
For the Love of Shoes! Town Shoes, the Canadian shoe retailer only requests your name and email address on the home page to join its Shoe-aholic Club (it’s absolutely free!). And since the club costs nothing, you can purchase more of the shoes that YOU love. The newsletter includes certain member benefits, such as: monthly shoe-aholic alerts, gifts with purchase offers, pre-sale invites, free shipping and the chance to win free shoes (they draw a name each month)! Also, if you “like” their FB page, you have the chance to win 52 pairs of shoes. Doing this at NO cost to me? It’s easy and it’s my kind of commitment. Falling in love with shoes, through Internet “window” shopping.


Hello Stiletto

Hello Stiletto FREE! at shoeclub.us
There ain’t no party, like a stiletto party! Shoe lovers unite at Hello Stiletto events – a perfect excuse to wear those shoes that you “will never wear.” While the original club began in Boston, this social networking site connects shoe lovers to events, parties and promotions in her own city – with several new chapters being established across the country. Again, it is completely free to join – and while events are free to attend, there are typically cash bars for food and drink at these meeting locations. And a little, well-heeled bird told me that sometimes the sponsors provide the libations or delicious nosh at fabulous boutiques.

I find it hard to pass on a good deal – especially when it comes to my shoes. And online shoe clubs have certainly made my shopping experience easier (but let’s be frank, not-so-much on the credit card). How have you justified your shoe addiction… ahem, shopping today? Or do you belong to another marvelous shoe club I ought to know about?

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Im a member of Shoe Dazzle and Just fab .. Since I don't wear heels over 4" I tend to shop more at Shoe Dazzle. Because I get to tell them not to show me shoes over 4". The other website don't give me that option. Most heels are 5" and over. I just checked out Eshoeclub website. They do not show enough info on the shoes like heel hieght . They need a better and full description of EACH and EVERY shoe. And their shoes look a little cheap too. Beware of Shoe Privee they WILL BILL you each month wether you buy or not. I wish there was a shoe club for men. My husband is sooo jealous.

i belong to both shoe dazzle and just fab. shoe dazzle is light years better. customer service is tops, each box comes with a return label, if you don't want it, send it back. just fab requires you to call for a return code. their shoes aren't quite as good. their customer service is nonexistant. when i have a problem with shoe dazzle, 1 email is all it takes. i have been attempting the same with just fab for 2 weeks, and so far nothing but form letters telling me that they are unable to help me. so... pretty soon, only be a member of shoe dazzle.

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I have tried both shoe dazzle and just fab...shoe dazzle is far superior to just fab. The shoes are true to size (to me that is the most important!) and the consistency of the customer service far out weigh just fab.

I am a member of both shoedazzle and justfab and have ordered 3 pairs from justfab and 5 pairs from shoedazzle so far. Shoedazzle, in my opinion, offers a better selection, they listen to your requests, and the return/exchange is easy with the return label (I haven't needed to yet). With justfab, the selection is okay, but I requested a bridal shoe and the selections were no different than what I already normally recieved. The last pair I recieved were defective and with no printer to print out a return label, I was stuck with the defective shoe. Also justfab needs to remove shoes that are out of stock as it's frustrating when you keep going back hoping a pair will be back in stock but never does. All in all, it's shoedazzle I plan on remaining with.

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