What You'll Get
Without shoes, thousands of elves would be out of work and forced to go back to their old job at the North Pole—acting as polar bear bait during Arctic expeditions. Keep magical beings employed by sheathing your digits and dainties with today’s Groupon. For $60, you get $120 worth of high-end women's footwear at The Little Shoebox in Ruxton.
Longtime friends and shoe sidekicks Janie Griffin and Emilie Blaze are the slipper specialists behind The Little Shoebox’s sizeable selection of brand-name ladies' shoes. Like an indecisive metamorph, the selection of fabulous flats and popular pumps is always changing, but includes unique designer names not typically found in department stores, such as Bettye Muller, Kors, Martinez Valero, and Pour La Victoire. Keep foot hinges from rusting in winter with a pair of Vivien Westwood black ankle boots ($150). Toes can stay stylishly snug in Kors Winston Brown shearling clogs ($195). Eliza B’s black patent ballet flats ($135) will have you pirouetting in any outfit, while the eco-friendly cork flats ($110) keeps walking comfy with a wedge-shaped heel that preps customer for the day when it becomes socially acceptable to wear pie on one’s feet.
Little Shoebox’s leopard print carpet and pink walls create a gleefully retro-feminine atmosphere for fashion-conscious bipeds of all ages. The friendly staff is always a shoe's throw away, and will help you find a shoe to match your podiatric personality. Customers are even encouraged to bring in outfits for matching, to help avoid the embarrassment of wearing blue-black socks with a suit of armor.
In-store and shoe purchases only.
- Before you know it, you've chosen a pair for every cocktail dress you own. Don't say we didn't warn you. – Baltimore magazine
- Customers personalized their shoe orders all afternoon: Adding a halter in the back for support. Exchanging satin for suede on the inside to prevent sliding. Changing metallic stripes to leopard print -- well, just because. Tal's responses to just about every request: Yes. Of course. Absolutely. – Tanika White, Baltimore Sun
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid towards shoes only. Not valid with other offers or sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.