It’s that time of year when if you’re a serious sale shopper and like to start shopping when the real bargains are to be had, you can find some great steals. This week, we’re keeping our eyes peeled for the best ‘bargain basements’. Here’s today’s five:
Divine boutique Sisters Guild has up to 60% and it’s best bargains are to be had on clothing by Little Duckling (man I wish the yellow track bottoms now Â£10.40 were in my size), ILoveGorgeous, and fairtrade Danish homewares brand Rice DK.
Toast has an enormous ‘archive sale’ on across all departments with up to 80% off although grit your teeth for the shedload of sold out stuff. It’s definitely worth a rummage. I spotted the striped wrap cardi reduced from Â£185 to Â£33.30.
Custard specialise in children’s clothing for parents who strive for individuality with their offspring and have got up to 50% of brads like Wildfox Kids, Molo, Christina Rohde, Bobo Choses, Dandy Star, Milibe, Hucklebones and more. Molo has some particularly good reductions on stuff like winter hats and fleeces. I’m also slightly in love with the fruit monkey sweatshirt by Mini Rodini now Â£20 down from Â£40.
Hothouse of design Pedlars have got up to 60% off. It’s mostly on artwork, mugs, homewards and accessories but there’s definitely some bargains to be had, plus it’s one worth monitoring. Look out for Verner Panton giant flower pot pendant lights (now Â£95 down from Â£295) and a limited edition Darling Clemtentine print (lion shown) reduced from Â£95 to Â£35.
Little Baby Company has some superb buys for stocking up the presents bag with up to 50% off including buys like the Djeco Labyrinth magnetic animals game, now Â£9.95 reduced from Â£18.95, as well as Orla Kiely changing bags and some rather divine cushions that I’m resisting.