Target Dupes for High End Shoes!

We’ve all heard of dupes for high end makeup, purses, maybe a clothing knockoff. But I’m here to tell you that Target has upped their shoe game with complete copies of the season’s hottest shoes. *pauses for excitement* I’m a self-proclaimed shopaholic, and what keeps my wallet happy is the Target prices and I’m excited to share these deals with you all.

My favorite pair at the moment are these blush sneakers. They were a part of my monthly favorites and are so cute and stylish while being comfortable. Target knocked off Steve Madden to produce these, even down to the logo button on the back. Except they are $20 cheaper, which isn’t much but hey how long are pink shoes going to be in style.DSC_3428.jpg

I started to see fun wrap up pom-pom sandals at the end of last summer, but I have a feeling they will be all the rage this year. These Target ones are a dupe for a pair from Chinese Laundry and are only $30. Not bad for a trendy pair of sandals that will last all season. (And I may have also seen a pair of look alike Jack Rogers sandals.)

A part of every preppy girl’s wardrobe is a pair of LL Bean boots or Sperry boots, and these knockoffs gives the perception of style for an affordable price. Yes, they are nowhere near the same quality, but it’s a compromise to save $70.

Over the knee boots have been the trend of the season. They can be found for as high as
$800 from Stuart Weitzman and nearly every brand at Nordstrom or dsc_3422Macy’s carries some version of them. Target did boots big this year with all types with heels, mid-calf, over the knee, black, brown, you name it. I picked up a pair of heeled brown over the knee boots for so cheap. Easily a boot that I can transition into spring as well with a fun skirt or dress. And right now, Target is clearing out boots for sandals so you can get even more amazing deals. Last weekend I picked up a pair of faux suede black heeled boots for over 50% off that will be a classic staple for years to come.

Needless to say, RUN don’t walk to your local Target.  And no this was not sponsored, but hey Target if you’re reading this I’d love to work with ya. 😉




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