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There are still some brilliant bargains left in the January sales. Here’s 15 finds we want now


by Marie Kelly
22nd Jan 2019
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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

 

 

 

 

 

 

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