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Hautelook Presents Sole Society, A New Shopping Experience for Shoe Lovers




If you love shoes, you'll want to check out Sole Society, a new shoe-shopping experience brought to you by Hautelook, one of the top members-only sale sites on the web.

For a $49.95 monthly membership, subscribers to Sole Society get to pick one pair of shoes per month. Shoe styles are selected based on a quick and easy personal style profile you fill out when you sign up. If you don't see anything you absolutely love, you can just skip a month and will not be charged.

What seems to make Sole Society different from other "shoe clubs" is the quality of the merchandise, as Sole Society says they offer designer-quality, on-trend shoes.

Not sure if Sole Society is right for you? Read the fine print before you punch in that credit card info: If you do not purchase or skip by the 5th of the month, you will receive a membership charge to your credit card and a membership credit in your Sole Society account for $49.95 on the 6th of the month.

Be sure to either make a selection or skip the month to avoid the monthly membership charge. You can never accumulate more than three months or $150.00 of membership credit in your account. Your Sole Society membership credits can be used for 12 months.

Shipping and returns (made within 30 days of shipping date) for Sole Society credit are free, however if you wish to have your purchase refunded to your credit card, a $7.95 restocking fee will be deducted.

Join Sole Society free and use code SS10 to get $10 off your first purchase. Offer good through 3/31/11.

Are you a fan of the latest crop of online shopping clubs? Do you think you'll join?

Comments
This sounds like shoedazzle by Kim Kardashian. I wonder if the Hautelook shoes are better quality than her line.
#1 Joann on 2011-03-22 11:44 (Reply)
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