I love being a Lucky Magazine Alpha Shopper. It definitely has it perks! This month, I was lucky enough to receive a pair of Timberland shoes from their new Fall Earthkeepers collection.
The new Earthkeepers features stylish footwear made from recycled materials and their Fall 2010 collection is amazing. I love boots and these fabulous eco-friendly boots are no exception.
You’re invited to join Timberland and Lucky Magazine for a special event featuring the Timberland Fall women’s collection! You can meet the designers and preview the collection as you enjoy refreshments and hors d’oeuvres. Plus, you can enter to win special gifts during the event. The event will be in SoHo (474 Broadway, between Broome and Grand streets) on Thursday, October 7th, 6-8 PM. Click here to RSVP.
Take $20 Off your order at Timberland! Use promo code LUCKY to get $20 off your purchase of $125 or more at Timberland Stores and online at timberland.com in the US only. Order must include a minimum of one pair of Women’s footwear. Expires October 12, 2010.
Last week I received the Timberland Earthkeepers Chauncey Buckle Mary Jane to review. They are absolutely fabulous!
I love how they look, but I don’t love how they fit. My feet changed a lot during this last pregnancy and they haven’t returned to their normal selves yet and that may be most of the problem. I found the footbed to be quite slim, narrow and small. However, I think if they did fit me, they would be extremely comfortable because the sole is flexible, the leather is soft and the heel is good and sturdy. I wish I could have sent them back and gotten a bigger size!
I love the colors of the leather and the buckle is super cute. I would wear these with skinny jeans, leggings with tunics, tights with skirts and dresses, and I think they would look really great with this season’s must have – slim cargo pants!
Disclosure: I received a free pair of Timberland shoes from Timberland and Lucky Magazine for testing and review. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced by their generosity.