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Kildare Village’s Extraordinary Sale is a fashion and homeowner’s paradise

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21st Jan 2020
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With up to 70% off premium brands at Kildare Village, January is fast becoming our favourite month.

There is still time to nab designer fashion for less in Kildare Village’s Extraordinary Sale.

Ireland’s largest luxury shopping destination is offering up to 70% off brands like All Saints, Armani, Karl Lagerfeld and Lacoste until January 26.

And there is high-end homewares up for grabs too, with Le Creuset and Zwilling also offering 70% off RRP.

With those savings you could kit out the whole family’s wardrobes and kitchen in one go!

Here are some of our favourites.


Style out the current season with transitional pieces that will see you right through to spring. Legacy brands like Barbour, DKNY and Reiss all have 60% off RRP in the Extraordinary Sale, while sophisticated styles at Jaeger, Maje and Sandro are all 50% off the Village price.


Parents who are now recovered from the festive period and are ploughing ahead to Communion and Confirmation season will be pleased to hear there is 70% off RRP at Cath Kidston and Kids Around, 50% off the Village price at Vans, 30% off the Village price at Nike, and selected offers in the Polo Ralph Lauren Children boutique. Kit out your little one for their special day from head to toe at the Village for less.

And the Village has extended its Enchanted Lights experience until February 2, so the little ones will be entertained from 4pm daily. With thousands of LED lights and projection mapping installations depicting fashion and nature themes, the Lights are a kaleidoscope of fun for the whole family, and are completely complimentary.


For those of you who haven’t given up on your New Year’s resolutions, there’s no better time to stock up on new gym gear. Or if you’re planning an active winter getaway, Kildare Village has everything the adventurer in you has always dreamed of wearing, whether it’s on the slopes or a hike. Grab a hoodie in Puma, a pair of boots in Timberland, or a coat in Tommy Hilfiger, where there is 50% off RRP. Asics and Under Armour both have 40% off the Village price for you pavement pacers, while Nike will cater for all ages with 30% off the Village price. Lacoste and New Balance are offering 70% off RRP if paired-back athleisure is more your thing.


No winter outfit is complete without a designer handbag, and Armani, kate spade new york and Karl Lagerfeld all have 70% off RRP. Treat yourself to a new pair of boots at Clarks, Dune, Kurt Geiger or LK Bennett, which all have 50% off RRP. If you fancy stocking up on some slick shades for the warmer weather, Michael Kors has 50% off RRP, while DVF and Jaeger have 50% off the Village price. Accessories haven Guess has 30% off the Village price, as does Nike for active accessories.


From kitchen crockery, to bedwear, to linens and diffusers, Kildare Village is offering major savings on homewares. Cath Kidston, Le Creuset and Zwilling all have 70% off RRP, The White Company has 10% off the Village price, and Molton Brown is offering 50% off RRP on selected lines.

Hurry! The Extraordinary Sale at Kildare Village ends this Sunday, January 26!

There is tonnes to do on top of shopping if you’re heading out to Kildare Village, which is just 45 minutes from Dublin. From a kids’ play area, to dog kennels, you really can pack the whole family into the car and explore for a family fun day out. Younger children will be entertained by the Enchanted Lights, while teenagers will thank you for a Starbucks and a Rolling Donut.

If you feel like treating yourself, you can become a Privilege Member where you can enjoy exclusive treats from boutiques, invitation to insider events, hot news and trend reports, bespoke offers tailored to you. The more you shop, the more rewards and treats you earn.

For more information on the Extraordinary Sale, and terms and conditions, click here. For information on how to get to Kildare Village click here.

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