The Sale Pieces Actually Worth Buying

Don’t you love when you find the dress or pair of shoes in the sale that you were planning to buy three months ago, but never ended up purchasing? Yep, best feeling ever! Sale shopping can be a lot of fun and you can find some amazing bargains.

However, when it comes to the sales, you need to turn into a smart and savvy shopper. Sometimes you can get carried away and be so excited about how cheap things are, you buy 100 items you actually don’t really need, and may only wear once. I have done this plenty of times, and still get a little carried away every now and then, but I have to tell myself to be strong and say no!

Before you buy, think:

What will the item will go with?

Where will you wear the item?

Is the item versatile enough to wear season upon season, or is it just a trend piece that won’t be in fashion next season?

I try to purchase items that I know will have longevity. Meaning, they’re classic or statement-making enough they’ll always have a special spot in my wardrobe; and no matter what’s trending at the time, I’ll still be able to work that piece oh so well.

To help you make the most of sale shopping and help you to navigate them a little easier, I’ve popped together some of my fave sale items that are both classic and statement-making.

I know you’ll keep any one of these items in your wardrobe and keep to styling them for years to come.

E. Xx




From left to right: Finery Chalcot Pinafore Dress / Aijek Camelot Toga Dress / & Other Stories Off-The-Shoulder Dress



From left to right: Alice & Olivia Terisa Lace Dress / Self Portrait Florentine Tulle Maxi Dress / Tibi Amoret Satin Dress



From left to right: Finery Maida Cami / & Other Stories Wide Sleeve Blouse / Whistles Marlene Cropped Top



From left to right: Michael Lo Sordo Satin Camisole / Givenchy Ruffled Blouse / Tibi Sequinned Top




From left to right: Finery Cartwright Crop Trousers / Topshop Moto Straight Leg Jeans / Topshop Satin Bird Print Playsuit



From left to right: Stella McCartney Patchwork Jeans / Needle & Thread Embellished Skirt / Lavin Satin Pants




From left to right: Zara Pinstripe Jacket / Whistles Leather Biker / Topshop Utlity Coat



From left to right: Maison Margiela Padded Jacket / Marc Jacobs Biker Jacket / Isabel Marant Iban Tweed Coat



From left to right: Zara Mules / Topshop Velvet Sandals / Finery Kristan Sling Back



From left to right: Alexandre Birman Velvet Mules / Charlotte Olympia Capella Metallic Sandals / Tibi Nora Satin Ankle Boots




From left to right: Reiss Crossbody Bag / Finery Esther Bucket Bag / Zara Minaudiere Briefcase



From left to right: Saint Laurent Love Heart Bag / Alexander McQueen Circle Clutch / Moschino Crossbody Bag

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