What You'll Get
The mighty shoe has been called the carriage to the foot, a fashion-forward receptacle of phalanges, and the durable bread between our butter-heels and bacon-sidewalk. Today's Groupon dresses your walkers: for $30, you get $60 worth of merchandise at Shuze in downtown Bethlehem.
Celebrating the opening of a new location, Shuze stands as one of the area’s most fashion-forward clothiers, selling sophisticated footwear, trendy accessories, and unparalleled apparel. Carrying a plethora of brand-name designers, Shuze will fit your foot with Simple, Franco Sarto, and Poetic Licence products while showcasing some lesser-known, but equally biped-worthy, boots, flats, and heels. Pick up a pair of Havaiana flip flops ($24) or hide shy toes from the world with Hunter wellies ($125). Not to be outdone by all the human paw accoutrements, Shuze’s funky scarves ($25), Not Your Daughter's-brand jeans ($109-$119), bags ($49-$125) including Big Buddha, and spring dresses ($39.99) yearn to be tied, zipped, and cinched. Gifts such as layered jewelry and bling rings are available in prices as low as $10. Attentive style experts are on hand to offer well-informed suggestions and help clothing find a loving new home.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. In-store only. Not valid for consignment items. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Jennifer Mann has always had a keen eye for fashion. Pulling from her industry experience—which includes a role as senior advertising executive at Lehigh Valley Style magazine—Jennifer opened Shuze, packing its shelves with stylish accessories from both uncommon and renowned designers. Inside, colorful displays of shoes from San Miguel, Nicole, and Frye line up along tables amid racks of Tolani scarves and Silver jeans. Meanwhile, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings from local artists glimmer beneath the boutique's soft lamps. Patrons can plop down on colorful, cushy couches, trying on Hunter wellies, resting their legs, or checking beneath the cushions to see if the couches have babies.