There are still some brilliant bargains left in the January sales. Here’s 15 finds we want now
22nd Jan 2019
Don’t give up on the January sales just yet, as there are still plenty of great bargains to be had. If the jumble sale-like feeling in stores is putting you off, try buying online instead; it’s certainly a calmer, less frenetic experience. Very often I buy pieces in the winter sales, hold onto them, and pull them out fresh in September when I want my look to appear reinvigorated. Here’s what I’ve got my eye on.
Roll neck cape, €19.99 (was €59.95) at Zara
Intarsia wool roll neck jumper, €58 (was €115) at Cos
Wool-blend coat, €139 (was €195) at & Other Stories
Limited Edition silk dress, €79.95 (was €199) at Massimo Dutti
Lyocell tie-front blouse, Conscious, €18 (was €27.99) at H&M
Mohair cardigan, €118 (was €295) at Maje
Corduroy dungarees, €118 (were €295) at Sandro
Light blue high/low hem jumper. RI Studio, €45 (was €119) at River Island
Bow shirt, €132.33 (was €339.30) at paperlondon.com
Ruby colour-block midi dress, €25 (was €73) at Warehouse
Tie-detail blouse, €47 (was €79) at & Other Stories
Glossy bomber jacket, €19.99 (was €49.95) at Zara
Corduroy A-line skirt, €40 (was €79) at arket.com
Knitted wool-blend jumper, Premium Quality, €25 (was €49.99) at H&M
Frame Work colour-block shirt, €21 (was €59) at ghospell.com
Buying second-hand is a more sustainable and affordable way to shop designer handbags, so with stores remaining shut for the moment, thankfully there are trusted retailers offering great options online.
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