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It’s that time of year again. Summer is almost over and fall comes closer with each passing day, making its presence known in everyone’s wardrobe and footwear choices. But if the thought of wasting hours in stores or clicking through various websites to find the fall shoes you want makes you fall asleep from boredom, King & Stone offer a convenient alternative. The California-based brand was launched in 2015 with a successful Kickstarter campaign and now offers a monthly subscription for $25 a month that includes four pairs of shoes per year, shipping and taxes. The shoes are sent to subscribers every three months right before the start of the season. By offering a curated range of limited designs to choose from, the company makes selecting seasonal footwear easier and convenient while also ensuring each season has its own distinct sense of style. New customers can choose between four different designs and receive their favorite within 10 days of subscribing, followed by the next seasonal shipment. For this fall, urban, sporty and more formal styles are available, in black, green and burgundy colors; the first shipments start from September 15. If you want to find out more about subscription plan, check out the official website for info. Images courtesy of King & Stone.

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