Eva’s Designer Shoes & Accessories

7/3/2008:

Everyone take a moment to welcome Eva’s Designer Shoes and Accessories to Hoboken!

Eva has this message for you all:

More Fashionable Shoe choices for the ladies

hoboken-evas-shoes-fashion-ladies-shopping.jpgEVA’S Designer Shoes and Accessories is the newest mid-hi end shoe store in Hoboken. We opened our doors on July 1st of 2008 and we are located at 728 Washington Street (lower level).

EVA’S is bringing something new for the females in Hoboken. We carry hand selected designer shoes for every woman that likes to wear fashionable and elegant shoes of excellent quality. Our current shoes come from collection of designers Marc Joseph New York, Jeffrey Campbell, Jinny Kim and Due Farina. Most of our shoes are not available over the internet or at department stores so our customers get very unique and special shoes at our store with a personal service.

We carry from trendy to classic shoes, with regular prices from $90 to $325.

During the weekend of Friday July 11th thru Sunday July 13th, EVA’S will have its GRAND OPENING EVENT in which we will offer hors ‘douvres and mimosas for everyone that stops by the store!!

Also..
ALL of our shoes have a 20% off for the entire month of July, And our customers will also receive a free gift with their purchase. We invite everyone to stop by our store!

Thank you and Happy 4th of July to all Hoboken411 readers!

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Description: Stylish shoes for women
Address: 728 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: 201-683-5674
Web: www. evas-shoes.com

19 Responses

  1. dawnrose says:

    Stopped in there last night. I was not impressed.

  2. hoboken411 says:

    “dawn” – No offense, but this is exactly the kind of comment that adds no value.

    For starters, since we don’t know you or your taste in shoes, what does “not impressed” mean exactly?

    Were you not impressed because you only like $500 shoes?
    Were they too expensive because you used to shop at Fabco?
    Did you try anything on? Is it not your style?

    Read the post rules, and figure out what makes a worthwhile comment, please.

    Have a nice weekend. :mrgreen:

  3. dawnrose says:

    Hoboken411: No offense taken. I should have refrained from even posting that. I was not impressed because they had very little stock. It could be because they just opened. It’s not my style.

  4. balmer says:

    In case owner is reading any idea when fall boots arrive?

  5. hoboken411 says:

    I asked too, why the stock was so low… “in between seasons” was the reason, and more styles are on the way in.

    Hey, might as well stop in and get a buzz from some mimosas next week! Who doesn’t like free, while meeting a new business owner?

  6. esw7178 says:

    Is this Patricia’s Yarns old spot? I guess that means the dress designer that moved in after her closed down?

  7. potatochip says:

    nothing I can’t find at nordstroms at half the price…. granted hoboken’s demographic has changed from young hipsters to soccer moms who do nothing all day but push double wide strollers but i don’t think this place will work. hoboken is turning into a “croc’s type of market”.

  8. elainetyger says:

    All the dainty shoes to go with the dainty dresses.

    Sigh.

    Current shoes I just took off: New Balance #758 size 8.5EE.

  9. potatochip says:

    and to clarify, half of these women who push strollers all day, push them for a reason… the husbands work, and they sit at home, contribute nothing, and they simply do not purchase designer items, probably cause they cannot survive as a single income family. wrong demographic with this place…. all of the “boutiques” in Hoboken are dying because of the breeders…

    soon enough it will be all coldwater creek places and bass outlets. yuk!!!

  10. potatochip says:

    [quote comment=”91452″]All the dainty shoes to go with the dainty dresses.

    Sigh.

    Current shoes I just took off: New Balance #758 size 8.5EE.[/quote]

    exactly, my point!! “new balance” OMG!!! lol

  11. jscirish27 says:

    So women who stay home take care of their children contribute nothing? Are you really that stupid? What did your mom do besides a poor job? I would tend to think that the boutique stores are dying because most of the twenty-somethings aren’t interested in non-branded labels, etc. or can’t afford the cost of the items. Believe me, the women who are pushing the double-wides can afford to stay home and are probably living in brownstones or luxury condos. It is the women who have nanny’s pushing the strollers who need/want to work.

  12. Easy-E says:

    Personally, I feel that if you can manage it, staying home to care for your child is probably one of the most important jobs any parent can do. A lot of important development happens the first few years.

  13. jscirish27 says:

    Easy, you are so right on about this… I changed my schedule from days back to nights at the restaurant so I could make sure one of us was always with him. It is not always easy to work late and get up early, but knowing that my son is learning his values from us and not from a stranger is well worth it. I don’t understand when being a mom became such a stigma. I wonder what kind of relationship many of the posters have with their own moms?

  14. potatochip says:

    in some and most cases from what I see around here this is the case. many of them just take up space with their damn strollers and have zero style doing it hence I am not too sure how another “designer” boutique will fare in this town. It’s as getting tired as “luxury” condos.

  15. Friedupright says:

    [quote comment=”91453″]and to clarify, half of these women who push strollers all day, push them for a reason… the husbands work, and they sit at home, contribute nothing, and they simply do not purchase designer items, probably cause they cannot survive as a single income family. wrong demographic with this place…. all of the “boutiques” in Hoboken are dying because of the breeders…

    soon enough it will be all coldwater creek places and bass outlets. yuk!!![/quote]
    Just curious what makes you think that all of the boutiques in Hoboken are dying. I am actually surprised at the staying power of most and more are popping up. I have seen a lot of things close in the last year or two, but what boutiques have closed? You still have those that have lasted a long time like Pepper and Down to Earth. I think that the more stores like this that open, the more traffic it will generate and the better all the stores will do. People will not come to Hoboken to shop if they think they will only find one or two stores to shop in. But, good or bad, if they feel there are lots of stores to shop in, it will bring people here and all the stores, good and bad, benefit.

  16. Journey says:

    Potato,

    I’ve never cared much for designer clothes, because I value the practical over the superficial. I don’t wear high heels because the health of my feet is more important to me than looking a few inches taller.

    I can imagine a woman dealing with a young child, might choose easy to care for clothing. Changing diapers, feeding a fussy child…. There is reason my friend told me to register for lots of bibs.

  17. breeder says:

    there’s just no pleasing everyone. some will bitch that the stroller moms have no style and others will seethe that they are wearing expensive designer duds. Life’s not fair, people and if you just accept that, you won’t be so unhappy. If you don’t like your life, then YOU make a change. Don’t blame others or spend your energy tearing them down all the time.

    potatochip, you sound like a bitter poor person with your anti-stay at home mom/luxury condo rant. I’m sure your momma worked 2 jobs and still had plenty of quality time for you, thereby resulting in the content, happy citizen that you are today.

    I made a choice to raise the kids because the alternative would be what, to get a job that just covers the cost of a nanny?? I think raising my kids is not “contributing nothing”; it’s a 24/7 job and worth it. On the flip side, I’m sure some of you would criticize the “lazy” working moms who pay others to raise their kids, right? There’s no “right” choice people, only what’s right for YOU…

  18. NpG1994 says:

    I just bought a great pair of shoes from EVA’S and I must say the experience was great! The staff and the owner were really nice and helpful and totally not pushy (like other stores in Hoboken) and the price couldn’t be better. I wore them over the weekend, my husband loved them and all my friends asked me where I got them.
    I will definitely go back!

  19. matt_72 says:

    [quote comment=”91656″]I just bought a great pair of shoes from EVA’S and I must say the experience was great! The staff and the owner were really nice and helpful and totally not pushy (like other stores in Hoboken) and the price couldn’t be better. I wore them over the weekend, my husband loved them and all my friends asked me where I got them.
    I will definitely go back![/quote]

    First time posters who post glowing reviews of new businesses rarely have any credibility on this site. Way too many turn out to be spam self-reviews.

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