This week's top fashion web sales: Last week of Louboutin, Prada clear-out and 70% off Burberry

The last week of sales on Louboutin shoes and accessories, a huge sale on everything Prada from The Editors' Closet and up to 70% off Burberry Prorsum are amongst this week's best fashion web sales.

Gilt

There are sales for men this week on Gilt with Swiss Legend watches going for discount prices on September 28 and clothing from Allegri, Hickey and Luigi Bianchi Mantova included in the 'Shop for him' sale commencing September 30.

www.gilt.com  

Ideeli

Wrap up for the coming autumn months with a 100 percent cashmere scarf from the family-owned Sofia Cashmere label on sale on this site from September 28. Super-soft knitwear from designer Rebecca Beeson should also help protect against the falling temperatures: her range of long sleeved t-shirts and casual cardigans are on sale from September 29.

www.ideeli.com

Editors' Closet

It's time for a clear-out at Editor's Closet which means that clothing and shoes from luxury Italian label Prada will be on sale with huge discounts in the Prada Blowout September 29 and Going Going Gone on September 30. Accessories from Christian Dior and shoes from Roberto Cavalli will also be on sale on this site on September 30 and October 1 respectively.  

www.editorscloset.com

The Outnet

Wednesday, September 29 is the last chance to buy Louboutin shoes and accessories at bargain prices on The Outnet. There is also up to 70 percent off clothing from British label Burberry Prorsum in an ongoing sale on this site.

www.theoutnet.com

 

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