Lutherville, Maryland (PRWEB) November 30, 2013
Envishoes.com today announces its' biggest Cyber Monday event to date, with savings that include up to 30% off all regular and sale priced merchandise. Shoppers can get up to 70% off already reduced shoe brands like Jeffrey Campbell Shoes.
Cyber Monday Rewards kicks off on Sunday December 1, 2013 at 2PM EST. The Rewards include earning Envi Shoes Gift Cards for purchases. Shoppers can earn a $50 gift card for spending $100. Earn $100 gift card for spending $200 and for any purchase over $300, shoppers can earn a $150 gift card.
"With thousands of shoe styles to choose from, any shopper is certain to find something for themselves or to gift during the holiday season," said Tia Newton, Marketing Manager at Envishoes.com.
The Envi Shoes staff shares some of their favorite styles for the Winter, all at 30% off, including their most popular thigh-high boots by Jeffrey Campbell Shoes:
-The Black & Gold Jeffrey Campbell Senora
Plenty of new arrivals have been added to kick off the Cyber Monday sale including the glow-in-the-dark Jeffrey Campbell Shoes "Right-Now" neon sandals, which are originally priced at $154.95 but reduced to $108.47 after 30% discount.
For men, Envishoes.com offers an extensive selection of trendy footwear including this favorite:
-The White Mondo Creeper by T.U.K.
Envishoes.com invites holiday shoppers everywhere to browse thousands of gift ideas at a savings of 30% off with waived shipping on all US orders $50+.
About Envi Shoes
Envishoes is an online retailer of fashion-forward designer shoes and accessories, for both men and women, from Jeffrey Campbell, UNIF, Y.R.U., T.U.K., Frye, Deandri, Wolverine, Senso, Rebecca Minkoff and more. Based in Baltimore, Maryland the company operates solely online with a global reach serving shoe lovers not only in the United States but also in the UK, Russia, Australia, Japan and Hong Kong to name a few.
Who is the Envi Shoes customer?
Envi Shoes likes to think of them as a lover of art, fashion and music. They are the blog readers, the trendsetters and risk-takers. They certainly don't follow the trends, they set them.