Save 30% at Cvine Shoes

Designed for health, comfort and fashion, these shoes will make your feet happy

Listen up, iVillagers: Another fabulous footwear deal you must check out. Cvine Shoes, a stylish shoe line that addresses the specialized needs of women suffering from foot problems, is offering you an exclusive deal: a sitewide discount of 30 percent off! Now through Monday, April 11, 2011, enter coupon code IVILLAGE30 at checkout to redeem.

Are you one of those women who walks around with heels in her bag -- choosing to get where you need to go in comfy sneakers or flats, changing into your “real” shoes once you’ve arrived? It’s exhausting, it’s inconvenient, and -- guess what? It doesn’t have to be. Cvine Shoes’ unique heel and arch support provides comfort and stability, while the dainty designs are able to mask foot imperfections like bunions, hammer toes, calluses, and other unsightly problems. Inside every shoe is a built-in injected polyurenthane insole for added cushioning.

The best part? The shoes are made from soft materials like bovine leather, and come in a variety of distinctive, trendy, feel-good styles. Comfortable walking has never looked so good! Cvine Shoes are divided into four categories: Funkies, Classics, Sandals and Flats. I’m a fan of the super-girly Dame Sasha (pictured; just $105 with the code), a peeptoe pump in calf leather with a cute pink rosette accent, and plenty of foot support. Something tells me your stylish friends, your doctor, and your long-suffering toes will approve.

This exclusive deal is valid now through Monday, April 11, 2011, at 11:59 p.m. Discount is valid on all merchandise. Enter coupon code IVILLAGE30 at checkout to redeem. Designs can comfortably accommodate virtually any shoe size. Sizes 10-13 are available via special order.

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