Flats! Wedges! Heels! The week's best deals on women's shoes.

THe week's best shoe deals come in just about every style and every price range, from Tory Burch, Cole Haan, and more.

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Keep your feet warm and dry during your commute--there are deals to be had on all types of shoes this week.

t's your turn, ladies, and your patience will be rewarded with this fabulous roundup of shoe deals. Whether you're searching for the edgy, versatile style of Tory Burch, slinky satin flats from Express, or Cole Haan wedges, we've got something to fit your size, style, and budget. Now, are you ready to walk this roundup to great savings? On your feet, and let's go...

Express Women's Satin Flats

 Store: Express

Price:$24.43 with $8 s&h
Lowest By: $10

Is It Worth It?: At 30% off, what could be better than the comfort-style combo of these multi-hued satin flats? They feature a 1/4" heel to give you a bit of lift, as well as a padded footbed to make a long day on your feet that much more bearable. They're available in sizes 6 to 10. 
And this Express train is making multiple stops on the track to big savings. Express cuts 30% off a larger selection of women's shoes and accessories, with prices starting at $5.60. Plus, coupon code "5903" cuts an extra $15 off orders of $30 or more, $30 off orders of $100 or more, or $40 off orders of $120 or more. Shipping adds $8, but orders of $125 or more qualify for free shipping. 

UGG Women's Gaiana Wedges
Store: 6pm
Price:$48 with free shipping
Lowest By: $72
Expires: September 8

Is It Worth It?: There are many ways in the down-under language of UGG to say "$72 off retail," and they come in Chestnut (pictured), Night, and Raspberry Sorbet. These shoes feature a nubuck upper with an adjustable buckle closure, rubber outsole, and a textile-wrapped midsole. Your feet will feel as plush as they look, as an EVA-cushioned footbed massages the sole with each step. They're available in sizes 6.5 to 12. 
And while in general it's hard to find UGGs on sale, 6pm cuts 27% to 60% off a selection of UGG women's boots and shoes, with prices starting at $32. Plus, all orders net free shipping. From canvas sneaks to cozy sandals, they've got you and your feet covered. 

Anne Klein Women's Asher Ankle Boots
Store: 6pm
Price:$49.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $49
Expires: September 6 Is It Worth It?: Get ready for cooler fall weather with these sleek and cool leather-like, mid-rise boots. They feature a side zip closure, an almond-shaped toe, and light padding on the footbed. They're availabe in Cognac (pictured), Espresso, or Black, and in sizes 5 to 11. 
If the above boots don't strike your fancy, shop the greater sale as 6pm takes 30% to 85% off a selection of women's apparel, shoes, and handbags, with prices starting at $10.99. All orders receive free shipping. 

Cole Haan Women's Air Tali Wedges
Store: Nordstrom
Price:$112.56 with free shipping
Lowest By: $55

Is It Worth It?: This shoe packs a punch, as in the color Punch Patent (pictured), although it also comes in Poolside Blue Patent. They features a patent leather upper, leather lining, and a rubber sole, with a peep-toe wedge designed with Nike Air for day-long wear. Classy, comfortable, Cole Haan: Need we say more? They're available in sizes 5 to 11, although not in all size and color combinations. Nordstrom notes that the styles runs small and recommends ordering a 1/2 size up. 

Tory Burch Women's Amalie Patent Leather Flat Sandals
Store: Tory Burch
Price:$142.50 with $4 s&h
Lowest By: $143

Is It Worth It?: A take on the classic gladiator, these sandals are crafted from polished patent leather with buckles at the ankle. Equally at home with casual shorts or a chic evening dress, these shoes are sort of like a two for one, though you might find it a more fun twofer to snag a pair in each color. They're available in Tory Red (pictured) or Daisy and in sizes 5 to 10, although not in all size/color combinations.

Lou Calozo is a contributor to Dealnews.com, where this article first appeared. 

Original post: http://dealnews.com/features/best-shoe-deals/

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