Summer Sale for Fall

June 29, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

c1024x1024 When I’m shopping summer’s sale season, top of mind is: “can I wear this into Fall?” Especially for a designer sale item (which is still an investment even with the discount!), I want to make sure it’s a classic and that I’ll be able to wear it even as the temperature starts dropping. I’ve scored some incredible designer deals in the past, which means that I’m getting higher quality for what I spend.

Gray coat (here) // Gray blazer (here) // Marble minaudiere (here) // Neutral pump (here) // Gray trousers (here) // Pink trousers (here) // Burgundy tote (here) // Sunglasses (here)

Below, I’ve rounded up designer sale items under $200 (and my favorite is this wool and silk tee, which I own in the wool-cashmere version and it drapes stunningly and looks incredibly expensive in person!):

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