If there's one sale worth check out, it's The Outnet's clearance sale. This season the sale will offer over 2,000 styles from over 200 designers including everyone from Alexander Wang to Proenza Schouler with discounts up to 85 per cent off.
The online retailer is known for offering amazing designer pieces at a fraction of their usual price generally, but the discounts on the clearance are even better, with 29 orders going through per second during the peak shopping times. Don't miss out. Get your alarms set for 9am tomorrow and make sure to register on The Outnet today to make sure you never miss out on another clearance.
Take a glimpse at some of the sale pieces and their discounts in the gallery.
According to Grazia, the Vivienne Westwood warehouse sale is happening on Friday 30th October, between 6.30pm-9pm, and Saturday 31st October, between 10am-4pm, at 30-40 Elcho Street in London.
News of the sale was revealed shortly after the iconic British designer, who is known to create outlandish couture clothing, spoke this weekend about how a prominent investor chose to back another designer over her in the early 1990s. With four clothing lines, accessories, custom bridal and eveningwear, and annual sales of about £225 million, we bet they’re regretting that now. “They could have made money with me. They lost it,” said Vivienne. To avoid making the same mistake, mark the date in your diary if you, like us, love the notorious Westwood for her elegance-meets-punk fashion.
Economy hurting your wardrobe? Grabbing good style just got simpler, now that Browns Labels for Less has launched its online store. The South Molton Street boutique's new site features clothes, shoes and accessories from one season past for up to 70 percent off.
It's a great chance to get a steep discount on pieces that were first sold in Browns and Browns Focus - like this Lanvin T-shirt dress, now for £235. Not bad for Lanvin, eh?
The hard-times discounts found in shops this winter have extended to the internet. High-end online boutique eLuxury.com is quitting retail after today, meaning you can get an additional 50 percent off sale-priced items for the next few hours.
Later, eLuxury is set to come back as a social networking site dedicated to luxury. We're not quite sure how that'll play out, but we do know where to go to restock our wardrobes. And quick.
Feel like pulling a Madonna, a Sophie Dahl or a Nicole Kidman for a day? Pringle of Scotland, the luxury knitwear brand that can count those ladies and the Kooks and Dirty Pretty Things among its fan club, is having a sample sale this month.
Check it out at The Courtyard, 255A Pavillion Road, London SW1X. Doors are open from 1 to 7 p.m. on Wedneday, 29 April, and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. that Thursday and Friday.
Be sure to bring £1 donation for the Children's Hospice Association of Scotland.