Now that it’s fall, it’s high time you got around to sprucing up your accessories collection, your jewelry collection, your housewares – heck, your life. Couldn’t your whole life use some sprucing? Probably. If that’s the case, you’re in luck – style emporium C. Wonder is offering shoppers 25% off any full-price purchase now through Monday, September 16. All you have to do is enter code FRESH at checkout.
New York Fashion Week is around the corner and we’re gearing up and getting ready to cover our favorite designers and shows. One of the highlights of my NYFW experience has always been the J. Mendel show, and this season J. Mendel is offering you the opportunity to win 2 VIP ticket’s to their Spring/Summer 2014 show. The show is magical, with some of the most amazing runway looks to be seen, so you don’t want to miss this.
If you’ve been jonesing for a cute little crossbody or a workhorse tote bag (in preparation to head back to school, perhaps?) at a reasonable price, things just got exciting. Our friends at Linea Pelle have given us a special coupon code for our readers who want to get 20% off their next LP purchase. And who doesn’t, right? All you have to do is ender code LPPB20 on any order you place at LineaPelle.com, now through August 30!
Despite the heat, trust us – fall’s coming, and it’ll be here sooner than you think. Stocking up for a new season can be expensive no matter what, but planning a transition to cool weather is especially spendy because of the lush, often exotic textures that come with fall and winter. Luckily, our friends at Rue La La are here to make sure your handbag situation is sorted with the Fall Handbag Sneak Peek, including Valentino, Chloe, Lanvin and more, all at great prices.
We have some good news and some bad news. First, the bad news: farfetch.com’s seasonal sale is almost over. The good news: it’s not over quite yet. You can still shop up to 60% off a whole slew of bags, shoes, clothes and accessories from the world’s best boutiques, and because products are sourced worldwide, sometimes that means 60% off a price that was already noticeably lower than what you’d pay in the US.
It’s here, it’s here, IT’S FINALLY HERE! You may think you have a bit of sale fatigue after the past few months, but you’re going to want to sit up and pay attention to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. If you’ve bought just about all the summer stuff you can stand, the Anniversary Sale is where you can start to stock up on all your fall essentials – jackets, sweaters, shoes that aren’t just a bunch of straps – at a discounts usually around 30% (but sometimes higher)!
This summer, hot and humid days aren’t the only thing that keeps on coming like clockwork. (Thankfully.) Handbag sales also get better and better, and today, our friends at Bloomingdale’s have taken 25-50% off a great selection of contemporary and designer handbags. Hurry, though – these discounts only last through July 23, and as always, the best stuff disappears first.
Just when you thought that sales were wrapping up, on of the most anticipated ones of the year surfaces to entice us into further depleting our bag budgets. We’re still in the “early access” phase of the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, but because we know that you guys are seasoned, dedicated shoppers, we thought we’d let you know about it anyway.
If you’re not familiar with farfetch.com, now’s the time to get acquainted with the revolutionary online retailer, which brings the interesting, highly covetable inventories of designer boutiques worldwide together in one convenient, easily shoppable website. The selection also includes all of the boutiques’ sale sections, and now through Sunday, July 14, shoppers can take an extra 20% off all sale merchandise.
If you need a pick-me-up to get you through to the long weekend, our friends at ShopBop are here to help. They’ve taken new markdowns on their already-enormous sale, which means that there are both brand new sale goodies to fawn over and deeper discounts on the pieces that had been previously reduced. That’s the best of both worlds if we’ve ever seen it.