Have you ever heard of YesWalker.com? I hadn’t, which prompted me to do a little bit of digging because I don’t like sharing deals if I don’t think the site is legit. YesWalker.com is actually the sister site to YesStyle.com, which I am familiar with. I’ve seen many a personal style blogger wearing items from YesStyle, because what they sell is cute and VERY affordable. YesStyle and YesWalker are both Asian-run sites, so if you don’t feel comfortable ordering internationally these sites are likely not for you. If you don’t mind this, I encourage you to read the FAQ carefully, just to get a feel for the site. (Especially in regards to shipping…though they ship via FedEx and DHL, shipping will take a bit longer than usual.)
With that out of the way, YesWalker.com is YesStyle’s sister site that focuses on shoes and handbags. YesWalker is currently having a Buy 1 Get 1 Free Sale on everything AND they’re offering free standard shipping on all orders shipped to the U.S. If ever there was a time to try this site it is now, and yes, I plan to do a bit of shopping myself. While I don’t think the quality of these shoes is going to be amazing, I’m not really bothered. I’ve owned many pairs of cheap shoes for years, because it’s all abut how you treat and take care of the shoes. I wouldn’t necessarily wear these to go sight seeing, but I’d definitely wear them to work where I care more about how cute they are than about practicality.
I’m going to pick up two pairs of shoes and I’m having trouble narrowing it down from these pairs:
Buckle Front Flats – $32
Square Toe Low Pumps – $35
Bow Accent Pointy Flats – $40
While I don’t mind because I prefer flats, it’s worth noting that the emphasis on this site really seems to be cute ballet flats. There are a few pairs of pumps and even some boots, but the vast majority of what you’ll find are ballet flats.
I’ve got some thinking to do before I place my order, and then I’ll do a complete review of the site and the quality of the shoes once my order arrives.