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Shoppin' Cyber!

So, we officially made it. Yep, we made it through yet another stuff-your-face Thanksgiving and probably some funny family incidents, too. I know that I made it through traveling during the so-called 'busiest travel season of the year'--scratch & stress-free, thankyouverymuch! Aaaand, last but most certainly not least, we made it through Black Friday! Quite the accomplishment if you dared to brave that nutty mall parking lot and the extra-ridiculous long lines at Starbucks, in between purchases. Well, now that the Black Friday madness is over, fret not--you can shop from the comfort of your own laptop today, this Cyber Monday 2010! And in honor of that, Miss H-in-H here has decided to give you a few eensy-teensy tips on the shoe sales going on today to snatch up and enjoy, over leftover pumpkin pie & stuffing...

Nordstrom.com has the ever-loved free shipping offer right now and tooons of gorgeous shoes at an astounding 50% off! Pretty sure this DV by Dolce Vita 'Spank' bootie can be found at the top of my pretty little wishlist (echhh-hem, husband: are you listening?).

I know it might be incredibly basic & classic-girlish of me, but I just love Gap.com. Sure, there may not be a huge shoe selection, but you can find winter basics & timeless apparel for $10, $20 and $30 right now on their Cyber Monday deals! PLUS, score a 20% off deal online when entering promo code: GAPTHANKS at checkout. Happy Cyber Monday to YOU! Oh, and if you are in the mood for flats this season, check out Gap's 'cap toe ballet flats' at a price Santa can't even beat!

6pm.com has to be a favorite of mine, and any shoe-lover for that matter. Seems like whenever I open my web browser, there's a new deal on their site! Makes for bad shopping habits, but fabulous savings (story of my life). Well, right now, 6pm.com has up to 70% off most of their shoes, including Steve Madden and Sam Edelman. Umm, can you say STEAL?! Yeah, I think I heard ya. Grab a great suede pump or a holiday shoe for a seasonably good price.

Per usual, Piperlime.com nearly takes the cake with their gorgeous-girl selection of sale shoes. For example, feast your Turkey-filled eyes on these Marc by Marc Jacobs boots that are marked down by more than $100! One-hundred % suede has me one-hundred % droooooling.

Lastly, you can find buckets of sweet deals all in one stop at cybermonday.com--especially when browsing the shoe section of the site. Your Cyber Monday fingers will be typin' happy when they come across all of the coupons & special offers to be found! So enjoy this holiday season, and your guilt-free time to shop shop shop while sales are hot hot hot.

xoxo,
holly in heels

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  1. Drooling over every one of these pairs, Holly -- they're GORGEOUS!
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  2. My favorite is the DV by Dolce Vita 'Spank' bootie.

    http://fashiontriedandtrue.blogspot.com/

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  3. these styles on your post are totally my favorite,xoxo

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