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Scandi style: Our favourite pieces from Ganni’s pop-up sample sale


by Erin Lindsay
29th Apr 2020

Ganni can always be depended on for the Scandi pieces our wardrobes crave, and are now having a limited sample sale


When we think of Scandi style and trends, there is one brand that always comes out on top. Ganni’s collections of candy-coloured knits, oversized collars, tailored denim and combat boots, they are always frontrunners of the trends we want to wear, and their pieces truly stand the test of time in our wardrobes.

If you’ve had a piece in mind from Ganni for a while, but have missed out on larger sites like Net-a-Porter or Farfetch, you’re in luck. Ganni’s POSTMODERN pop-up is a sample sale that stocks over 400 styles from much-loved past collections, going as far back as 2017.

The sample sale is on Ganni’s website and is a limited run, lasting until midnight on May 3 (this Sunday). You can snag pieces that you’ve seen and loved for up to 70% off their original price, making it the perfect opportunity to invest in something you will love for a long time.

Another great plus to this fantastic sale is that 20% of the profits will go to UN Women’s solidarity funds, which support women whose lives have been affected the most by the Covid-19 lockdown, including frontline workers.

With such a fantastic cause to support, we’ll force ourselves to invest in a few beautiful pieces.

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Hand knit wool puff pullover, was €479, now €239

 

Broderie anglaise dress, was €419, now €209

 

Stretch corduroy wide pants, was €209, now €83

 

Printed crepe skirt, was €149, now €74

 

Hand knit wool multi-colour pullover, was €539, now €215

 

Printed cotton top, was €169, now €67

 

Soft wool knit hoodie, was €309, now €123

 

Heavy satin skirt, was €249, now €124

 

Suiting blazer, was €319, now €127

 

Glitter bow pumps, was €249, now €99


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