Sunday, December 27, 2009

After Christmas Sales: Endless.com

Endless.com is offering up to 45% off on their Clearance styles...definitely some great deals to be found. :) I personally love shopping at Endless.com. They offer Free Shipping and Free Returns on all purchases, and most items are shipped overnight. You have 365 days to decide if you want to keep your purchase...how's that for an awesome return policy?

Now for the picks:

Madden Girl Shaye Round Toe Elastic Front Bootie available in Grey and Black Paris


indigo by Clarks Bonnie Boot. I have a pair of indigo by Clarks clogs and they are SO comfortable...like walking on marshmallows. I've heard the same thing about some of their other styles from friends and the reviews online are usually close to 5 stars, too.


indigo by Clarks Shayne Boot


Franco Sarto Value Peep Toe Pump available in Grey, Dark Purple, Blue, and Black.


BCBGirls Nice High Heel Pump
These remind me of the pumps Maureen O'Hara wore in the Parent Trap...I wonder if hers were comfortable?


Coconuts by Matisse Holly Flat


AK Anne Klein Isabel Dress Flat on sale in Black Multi (pic below)and Black Leather, but sizes are getting limited so act quickly if you're interested in them.


Earlier today I blogged about the sales at Ann Taylor so check it out if you missed it.

Also check out my After Christmas Sales post for Nine West Boots.

Steve Madden is offering 30% off your order of $59.95 or more plus FREE EXPRESS SHIPPING with code WELOVEMADDEN30 at checkout. Expires 1.4.10. Click Here for some of my Steve Madden Boot picks, as well as a sale offer and my picks for LOFT.

Coming up later today...a couple of Polyvores and more After Christmas Sales. :)

1 comment:

  1. Clarks are super comfortable. I don't own any, but I've tried them on a couple of times. It looks like they are trying to bump up the style quotient and if they keep that up they can take over where Aerosoles has dropped the ball. Love & highly recommend BCBGirl pumps, even at FP. FWIW, I always size up from 7.5 to 8 in their pumps.

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