Cincy Designer Shoes Store Closing Sale PDF Print E-mail
Written by Amy Scalia   
Monday, 13 September 2010 04:57

Cincy Designer Shoes Store Closing Sale
This Hyde Park handbag and shoe mecca is closing its doors at the end of the month. Learn when the last shipments of new inventory will be coming in, and what kinds of deals you can score.

Her name is Carrie, and she opened a shoe store. While this sounds like a scene right out of "Sex and the City," it's actually a chapter in the life of Carrie Cameron, owner of Hyde Park-based Cincy Designer Shoes. A chapter that is unfortunately coming to a end, due to the recession.


"We weren't planning to close at the end of September, but the economy has really forced us to do so," Cameron says.


At the end of the month, Cincy Designer Shoes will be closing its doors for good. Cameron pre-paid for loads of new inventory several months ago, and now it's all coming in. So, this is your chance to get amazing sales on brand new arrivals.


In fact, the new Beverly Feldman fall shipment just arrived. Click here to read a blog I wrote last week about the fabulous Beverly Feldman zipper bow pumps I just got at Cincy Designer Shoes. I also got these Beverly Feldman sandals at the sale.


Cincy Designer Shoes carries a ton of Beverly Feldman, and I've never seen this line so deeply discounted. They usually fly off the shelves at full price. Right now, just as an example, you can get some of these shoes for half off retail. And they have a "buy two, get one free" sale on all the shoes in the store.


Don't be fooled by the "Cincy Designer Shoes" name, either. They also have a great selection of handbags. "The Carbotti bag shipment is leaving Italy on Sept. 15 and should be here by Sept. 23 at the latest," Cameron says. "These high quality Italian bags are priced far below any other comparable bags in the U.S."


The Carbotti bag line is a name brand designer, but Cameron also plans to get in about 20 Birken and Hermes "Kelly" style replica bags. Even though they are replicas, they are still extremely well made, she says.



"I was in Vegas two weeks ago and looked at the 'real' bags selling for $9,000 and up and the quality was the same as our beloved Carbotti bags," Cameron says. "Our bags come in various styles and sell from $250-$350. As soon as these bags are sold, the store is closing."


Cameron extended the store hours on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday hours to 8 p.m., and the estimated final day of business is Sept. 26.


"We still have great sizing and lots of beautiful inventory available," she says. "Starting Sept. 12, we will feature a 'shoe of the day,' and that shoe will sell for $49. Even if the shoe was originally $300, we'll be selling it off for $49. It pays to visit us frequently right now!"


Cameron also added that no reasonable offers will be refused right now. "So, the more you buy, the more you save," she says. "I'd also like to add that my team and I have really enjoyed working with all of our customers and have had lots of fun over the past year and a half."


She says she will miss everyone and wants all of the shoes to be adopted by good homes before she closes. Go to to learn more about the store.


Click on the play button below to view an exclusive webcast with Cameron.


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Amy Scalia, a Cincinnati native, is the editor in chief and publisher of Cincy Chic. Send her an e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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