Piperlime’s 30% Off Fall Favorites Shoe Sale

Piperlime’s 30% Off Fall Favorites Shoe Sale

Piperlime 30% off fall favorites – Ends Sunday 10/24

Sometimes select merchandise sales are awful.  That’s not the case with this one from Piperlime.

Gap INC’s online shoe store is throwing a 30% off fall favorites sale.  Translation:  They pick the shoes they’re gonna mark down.  Not you.  But with a total of 159 pairs on sale in categories that range from cross trainers to dress lace-ups, this one’s the real deal.  Plus, since Piperlime only exists online, they’ll entice you even more with free shipping.  Free standard shipping (5 – 9 business days) with free returns as well.  So take advantage.  Here’s some picks to get you started…
.

The Dress Lace Up:  Calvin Klein Gareth 2 – $97.50 (reg. $140)

Under $100 for Calvin Klein suit worthy shoes.

Doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with these.  Perfect toe, sleek looking, and black.  Nice looking dress shoe for under $100.  Usually $140, dependable brand name, and although the bottom doesn’t appear to be leather (“smooth flexible dress bottom”… huh?) it still doesn’t look like chunky rubber.
.

The Dress Boot:  Calvin Klein Glen – $111.50 (reg. $160)

$40 more than the alternative from Bass. Worth it?

Another perfect toe shoe from Calvin Klein.  This one in boot form.  Completely smooth, a zip up side (so no elastic gore panels) and a retail price high enough that you’d think the quality must be there.  Reduced to $111.50, which is still $40 more than the alternative from Bass… but you have to believe this one can hold its own.  Right?
.

The Different Loafer:  Cole Haan David Wingtip Slip – $132.50 (reg. $170)

Pricey. But unique.

I own an extremely similar pair made by Ted Baker.  Only these look like they’re much higher quality.  A dressy and thin wingtip toe stitch sets these slip-ons apart from the rest.   Cole Haan also seems to nail the rest of the details.  Leather sole, hidden elastic gores for comfort, and a low profile.  Expensive at $132.50, but eye catchers for sure.
.

The Desert Boot Alternative:  Clarks Roar – $87.50 (reg. $110)

Sturdier than its heritage cousin.

Many of you swear by the Clarks Original Desert Boot.  For others, that minimally structured suede look on the originals is just too reminiscent of our father’s slippers.  The Clark’s Roar sticks with the chukka shape, adds some aggressive looking tread, and switches from suede to textured leather.  Like their original desert boot, but not sleepy.
.

The Casual Oxford:  Original Penguin Waylon – $89.50 (reg. $130)

What a casual shoe looks like (notice it's not for the gym)

Medium to light brown shoes in fall and winter?  You bet.  And a great suggestion was left by someone in a review on Piperlime:  Wear em’ with your jeans and you’ll stand out quietly.
.

The Classic American Sneaker:  Converse Jack Purcell – $39.50 (reg. $50.00)

What a gym shoe USED to look like.

White classic American sneakers in fall and winter?  Again, you bet.  The “no white after labor day” rule is dead.  Especially when it comes white canvas Jack Purcells.  If you don’t want to leap too far into rule-breaking territory, a standard black is also on sale.  Under $40 for J.P.s is pretty tough to beat.

Piperlime’s 30% off fall favorites sale ends Sunday October 24th.