Going All Out with TheOutnet.com

I’ve said it many times, you don’t have to spend a million bucks to look chic.  A case in point is TheOutnet.com, sister company to Net-a-Porter.com. The Outnet.com has all your favorite designer brands at up to 75% off! I have found some major gems on the site, most recently this Moschino sequin jacket! (Unfortunately, the jacket is now sold out as things go quick!)

I suggest always checking their ‘Just In’ section to find the best selection. I have acquired great wardrobe pieces from TheOutnet.com like fabulous Edie Parker clutches, dresses by Saloni and Balmain, blazers by Haider Ackermann and great basics from the site’s own line,  Iris & Ink – the best cashmere sweaters!

With the season of giving fast approaching (does anyone else think Christmas decorations going up after Halloween is a bit extreme?), maybe we can also call it “the season of saving” as we discover new places to shop for ourselves, in addition to that long list of relatives we only see once a year.

One of my husband’s favorite stories about the logic in my shopping – saving vs. purchasing – was when he had asked me to slow down my spending as we had just moved homes and were about to go on a expensive vacation. The very next day, I went to a Jimmy Choo sample sale and bought 8 pairs of shoes. My husband came home to find 8 new pairs of shoes lined up in our bedroom to which he said, “Did you buy 8 pairs of shoes today when I asked you not to buy anything for a bit?” To which I replied, “Yes, I know you said not to spend money, but see I saved you money today because normally these shoes would’ve cost thousands of dollars and I only spent a couple hundred!” This is how I feel about TheOutnet.com! You’re really saving so much money so you’re actually really doing yourself a favor.

So, time to get your holiday season wardrobe set; cue the sequins, metallics and velvet of your dreams and buy those designer bits that you’ve always dreamed of having in your closet with TheOutnet.com.

My edit of the best on the site below. Happy Holidays or, shall I say, Happy Holiday Shopping…

 


 

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