These Shoes Look Super Expensive—But Cost Less Than $27 At Target!

August 8, 2018 by Jessica Harrington
shefinds | Fashion

Raise your hand if you’ve ever walked into Target looking for laundry detergent and a birthday card, and left with three new pairs of shoes, a pretty little dress, and 5 new beauty products to try out. Anyone? We thought so.

Target just gets us. Where else can you go shopping for groceries, new clothes, and home decor, all in one spot!? Their store is stocked with so many super affordable, trendy styles, it’s hard to leave without browsing just a little.

Another reason we love Target so much is that their shoes look expensive, but when you take a peek at the price tag, you’re pleasantly surprised to find out they’re less than $30. WIN.

From sandals to boots, mules, and flats, Target’s shoe selection just can’t be beat. Whether you’re looking for a new pair of fancy loafers or embellished slides, you can shop for them at Target and save a ton of money while doing so.

We found five pairs of shoes that look super expensive, but are all under $27. Shop below.

Super Affordable Target Shoes

Universal Thread™ Indie Heeled Booties ($34.99)

A New Day™ Penny Loafers ($27.99)

Universal Thread™ Avianna Low Vamp Kitten Heeled Mules ($27.99)

Universal Thread™ Kellan Studded Crossband Slide Sandals ($24.99)

Universal Thread™ Crista Studded Pointed Toe Heeled Mules ($34.99)

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Fashion & Beauty Editorial Assistant

Jessica is a former editorial assistant of SheFinds. She covered fashion, beauty and more. Jessica’s work has also appeared in The Zoe Report, AhaLife, JoyfullyMe, and Her Campus Media.

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