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You Can Score Up to 50% on These 3 Pairs of Designer Shoes

You Can Score Up to 50% on These 3 Pairs of Designer Shoes
Patrice Marrero

The advent of spring brings with it wedding season, and you know what that means – it’s time to buy some shoes. You don’t need to be in or attend a wedding to simply buy yourself some shoes, but it’s a pretty good excuse that few will question. Besides, if you’re actually expected at more than one wedding, finding pairs for each outfit can get expensive fast. Here are some quality shoes to dance in, run in (hopefully not) or stumble happily away from the open bar in that are also affordable.

Badgley Mischka Salsa: $119.99 at vs. $215 at Zappos

09_BadgleyFor any brides-to-be in search of a lovely pair of shoes that won’t drain their part of the budget, check out these Badgley Mischka Salsa Pumps in Vanilla Satin. Getting them at 6pm instead of Zappos or Nordstrom means you save 44% off the retail price. That’s a nice percentage to throw around in case anyone doubts you actually stuck to the budget.

Joie Jaclyn Sandal: $149.95 at DSW vs. $295 at Saks Fifth Avenue

09_JoieFor all ladies attending, get your pedicures ready, because you’re going to want to show off your tootsies when you wear these Joie Jaclyn Sandals. Even better, you can get them for almost half off the retail value when you buy them at DSW. Considering you’ve still got to buy the lovely couple a present, you might as well save where you can.

Jimmy Choo Nude Alexis’ Flats: $472 at Bluefly vs. $695 at Jimmy Choo

09_JimmyChooIt’s been a dream of many to waltz around in a pair of Jimmy Choos. Always the bridesmaids, never the bride won’t apply to your shoe game if you show up in these Nude Alexis Flats. The price at Bluefly is already 20% off retail, but you can save another 15% with the code GET15OFF. These nudes will look perfect with most of your dresses, so you’ll actually save money by splurging a bit since you’ll have to buy fewer pairs of shoes.  Or you can use the savings towards more shoes for other occasions. That’s definitely an acceptable conclusion.

[Photos: Getty Images / Badgley Mischka / Joie / Jimmy Choo]