This week's top fashion web sales: be it summer or fall, discounted are all
Monday 26 July 2010
Browse this week's online sales for last-minute summer wardrobe additions and fall's new looks, all selling for less at the following sites.
The site is decidedly going for an edgy instead of girly aesthetic this week, with Alexander Wang, William Rast, and Noir jewelry being just a few of the urban labels going on sale here.
Still haven't found the one bikini, or thinking you might want to opt for a different one each (holi)day? Then head over to Ideeli, which has everything from sexy to girly beach outfits, courtesy of Lisa Curran and Cia.Maritima. Plus: shop one of the ultimate summer staples, Repetto ballet flats, at discounted prices from July 28.
Theming its sales, the site has a 'Handbag Blowout' sale and one for 'Shoes under $100' scheduled for this week. Also, London Fog as well as Free People open here July 28.
From July 28, shop Dior sunglasses for less.
More summer shades will be available here: RowNine has secured a great selection of both men's and women's fashion sunglasses by the likes of Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, and John Varvatos.
Done with your summer shopping? Look forward to fall with The Outnet's new arrivals ( Stella McCartney, See by Chloé, Vanessa Bruno, and more), all selling at up to 75 percent off.
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