It is Cyber Week over at Stubbs & Wootton. That is right people, this is not a drill. 50 percent off a selection of both men’s and women’s footwear. Act now, because I believe we are at the tail end of the sale. I have never seen prices so low on Stubbs & Wootton footwear since J.Crew once (I suspect, accidently) marked a pair of heart-print red velvet loafers down to $99 right before Valentine’s Day.
The Stubbs & Wootton sale also features a 20 percent off daily promotion so the website is worth bookmarking and checking out every day, especially if nothing from the half off selection catches your eye.
For those who are not familiar with the brand, Stubbs & Wootton was founded in 1993 in Palm Beach. During my last trip there, I even went to the boutique. In addition to selling DTC, Neiman Marcus and J.Crew also purveyors of the fine footwear brand popular with ladies who lunch and gentleman of leisure. Though the company is headquartered in Palm Beach with showrooms in California, Manhattan, and Greenwich, the shoes are made in Spain.
When I shop online, I tend to open tabs for items that I like as I find them. This is especially true while shopping sales for retailers that seemingly never have them. I opened tabs for the following shoes before whittling down to one particular pair that were still available in my size.
(clockwise from top left): blue cross espadrille sandals // citron snail mules // orange and pink colorblock woven slippers // black and gold ionic column velvet slippers // red peony velvet slippers // green pheasant velvet slippers // brown equestrian velvet slippers // black tree velvet slippers // green splatter velvet slippers (also available in blue and black) // pink reef slippers (also available in flax and burnt orange) // velvet slippers in cover photo