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. Dress up your leg hands with today’s Groupon. For $25, you get $60 worth of shoes, apparel, and accessories at Sole Shoes & Accessories in the Edgewood Retail District. Lucky, Jezebel, Atlanta, and other publications list the footwear fantasyland as a must-visit for classy, one-of-a-kind looks.
Sole Shoes & Accessories doesn’t clutter its displays with overplayed brands, instead treating its fashion-conscious customers to hard-to-find designs and new takes on classic styles. Pick up some off-beat kicks, like the rarely spotted creations by Jeffrey Campbell, Seychelles, Naughty Monkey, Dolce Vita, ZiGi New York, NYLA, and many more that grace the shelves at Sole. Shoes average from $55 to $130, and Sole provides for the fashion-forward foot’s needs both casual and swanky. Like a plant in a sun chamber, your foot-digits will blossom under the possibilities of chic, versatile new styles.
The boutique concept extends to Sole’s well-edited collection of non-shoe offerings. You’ll find dresses for everyday flirty looks or more formal occasions ($60–$80). Pair a new pedal-topping pair with one of Sole’s vibrant handbags and clutches ($65+), or accent your look with delicate, nature-inspired jewelry or its fun, chunky counterpart ($30–$70). The friendly staff at Sole will be happy to help you tie your entire look together with the perfect accessory, and with Sole’s location in the hopping Edgewood Retail District, your new shoes may be just the first purchase on a successful day of retail hunting and gathering. While only one Groupon is allowed per every two feet, you can buy extras as gifts, so go ahead and outfit your whole Roller Derby team for a post-match night on the town.
Atlanta magazine has listed Sole Shoes & Accessories as the best fix for shoe fanatics because of its comprehensive collection. The Piedmont Review has featured the store as well: > * A cross between a discount shoe warehouse and a shoe salon, Sole has the perfect atmosphere for hassle-free browsing and buying– and a selection of sassy shoes you will want, need, have to have. – Atlanta > * Indeed, the concept of comfortable, easy self-service permeates the business…The inviting seating area with a couch, two armchairs and a coffee table sits between the men’s and woman’s sections. Viewing mirrors are full-length rather than merely ankle-down. A lively tempo fills the background. [Owner Abigail Lignugaris] also employs a relaxed mode of customer service. – Meredith Fletcher, Piedmont Review
Eight Yelpers and ten Citysearchers alike give Sole a near-perfect 4.5 stars: > * I LOVE this place! I shop there nearly every weekend and it feeds my shoe fascination exclusively! Sole offers both trendy and practical shoes for everyone! Great location, great people and great selection! – joseply, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sole Shoes & Accessories
The “Sole” in Sole Shoes & Accessories functions as a subtle reminder of what the store offers its customers: the chance to craft a wardrobe entirely their own. Rows of brightly colored shoes fill the shelves, though repeats are rare because the store avoids over-saturated brands in favor of hard-to-find designer labels. Recent finds include shoes from Jeffrey Campbell, Seychelles, and Naughty Monkey. And the shoes’ styles are just diverse as their brand names, running the gamut from classic to trendy, with wedges, flats, and boots lined with shock-absorbent cotton candy. In addition to shoes, the boutique stocks dresses with geometric prints, fashionable leather purses, and slouchy sweaters.