While most philosophers agree one mustn't need have shoes, they all agree one ought to—except for that sassy Diogenes of Sinope, who just disagrees with everything. Today's side deal simplifies the act of shopping for logically sound and fashionably argumentative earth-pounding adornment. For $30, you get $70 worth of footwear from MustHaveShoes.com. Simpler than updating your Facebook status, the site functions as a shoppable version of Cher Horowitz's computerized closet, offering hundreds of pairs in exactly the size and style you desire. You'll also get free UPS ground shipping on all orders. You must wait until Tuesday, April 13, 2010 to redeem your Groupon.
The first and only shoe boutique that's designed completely around your preferences, MustHaveShoes.com lets you specify your size, price range, and style. Like a shoe-obsessed HAL 9000, the site suggests pairs that match your ultra-specific criteria. You can even enter in a keyword or characteristic such as "sexy" or "high heel" and the site will provide options. Typing in "poetic license" brings up 90 different styles of heels, flats, sandals, and boots. Keying in "weird," on the other hand, returns 12 forms of footwear, including Electrica Love in silver pink ($146), while entering "naked" leads to seven neutral, sensible options such as the Virtuoso in taupe ($120).
Instead of shuffling around town shoving feet into lackluster sheaths and feigning excitement for overbearing salesmen, MustHaveShoes.com lets you peruse pain-free in your pajamas, avoiding the pressure or the embarrassment of having to reveal your feet in public.