This whole outfit is from The Outnet and the full RRP is over £1550 but I ended up paying £450 for everything, which I think is a steal.  

I recently had a major splurge on The Outnet and I couldn’t believe how many bargains I bagged.  During August Bank Holiday weekend they were doing an additional 20% off sitewide via the app.  I had already been stockpiling all my favourite pieces in my wishlist and as soon as I heard about the discount I jumped on it.

Admittedly I was very spendy but I saved way more money than I spent.  This whole outfit is from The Outnet and the full RRP is over £1550 but I ended up paying £450 for everything, which I think is a steal.   Although everyone knows about The Outnet, I feel like no one talks about it.  I rarely see bloggers promoting it which I find really surprising.

The Outnet gives you the opportunity to buy beautiful quality clothes and aspirational brands for a fraction of the price.  I often see amazing pieces on there for the same price you’d see in ZARA.  The cashmere sweater I’m wearing, for example, is from my favourite luxury cashmere brand Duffy (you can read more about them in a previous post HERE) and I paid £86 for it.

There is currently a similar cashmere sweater on the ZARA site for £95.99 which I don’t think is anywhere near as nice (compare the ZARA one HERE and the Duffy one HERE to see for yourself).  This is exactly the reason I wish more bloggers and stylists would talk about The Outnet and share their finds and steals with their readers.

We all know what a Balmain fanatic I am and I cannot believe I managed to score my perfect pair of Balmain jeans for £240, which is a bargain.  Full price these jeans are usually so expensive I would never consider buying them.

If you have a dream item you aspire to own, I highly recommend checking out The Outnet religiously.  They get new stock every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.  The best pieces and biggest bargains always sell out immediately, so don’t think twice, just treat yourself.

It’s also worth remembering The Outnet had a 28 days return policy so there’s plenty of time to make up your mind about it at home.

People often worry if they’re buying from The Outnet, they are buying “last season”.  Personally, I don’t worry which season something is from as long as it looks good and I feel comfortable in it.  However, for those that are concerned about it, The Outnet doesn’t just stock obviously seasonal pieces.  Personally, I think everything in this outfit is really classic and timeless.

These boots for example are from Alexander Wang and were reduced from £555 to £129.50.  Every girl needs a classic pair of black booties which they can wear with anything and everything.  I’m just happy I got mine at such a bargain price!

Outfit details: Sweater – Duffy (find HERE on SALE) | Jeans – Balmain (similar HERE for a really good price & HERE on SALE) | Booties – Alexander Wang (find HERE in size 38 ONLY or VERY similar HERE on SALE) | Hair tie – ASOS (similar HERE)

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