The Bargain Hunter: Save on Net-a-Porter styles for summer

 

The summer weather may not be here but the summer sales are, so if you want to grab a bargain, now is the time to strike.

If you're looking to put together a stylish holiday wardrobe, the online womenswear retailer Net-a-Porter is offering up to 50 per cent off selected stock. With designs from creative greats such as Alexander McQueen, Lanvin and Stella McCartney, it's a sale that should set fashion-conscious bargain hunters' pulses racing.

Discount deals on the high street

For those of us whose budget doesn't quite stretch to designer, there are still plenty of sales to be found on the high street. Laura Ashley is offering discounts of up to 50 per cent, while hipsters' favourite American Apparel has items reduced by 30 per cent and Clarks has a range of men's, women's and children's shoes at half price.

If fashion isn't your thing, perhaps food is. The French bistro chain Café Rouge is offering 20 per cent off diners' bills for the rest of June. Visit http://rougeoffers.client-testing.co.uk/ for full details.

John Lewis has offers in store

If none of those float your boat, head down to John Lewis. The store is offering discounts of up to 50 per cent across a range of departments. From clothing to homeware to technology – there is a bargain for everyone.

Frankie and Benny's cut-price coupon

Finally, printable coupon of the week comes via MyVoucherCodes.co.uk and entitles you to 20 per cent off your food at Frankie and Benny's New York-style Italian bar and restaurant chain. To take advantage, simply visit http://ind.pn/MrKoPo, fill in your details and wait for the voucher to be sent to you. Then all you have to do is print it and take it with you the next time you visit your local Frankie and Benny's. The coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and expires on 30 June.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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