Twice a year, The Outnet cleans out it’s designer closet with blowout prices. Surprise! The sale started today and there are so many amazing deals at 85% off that we don’t know what to choose.
Where do we start? Here is a Cucinelli coat reduced to $840 from $5500, a Chloe tweed coat for $430 from $2900 an alpaca trimmed coat from Dorrinton that’s $600 from $4000 and a Proenza white leather biker jacket with black zippers is $400 from $2650. Clearly this mild winter was problematic for coat sales. Next year, we might not be so lucky.
There are so many shoes that it’s best just to sort by your size. If you’re a size 9 go for these Lanvin suede boots for $270 from $1350, berry Casadi suede pumps for $123 or Prada flats for $385. Need sneakers? These Nike’s are $23 from $130. We also noticed a large assortment of Christian Louboutin shoes that aren’t in the clearance sale but they are reduced 40% to 50% off.
We’ve always been very impressed by the quality and styling of The Outnet’s in-house label, Iris & Ink. The sale makes these classic wardrobe basics nearly irresistible. Take these high-rise denim jeans that are now priced at $62 from $155. The original price was reasonable enough but stylish jeans for $63 is remarkable. Here is a cashmere sweater for $82. (We have one already and love it.) This muted pink gilet for $180 can be great for Spring. Black ankle boots for $122 or suede over-the-knee boots for $160 are a no-brainer…you get the point.
There is an abundance of designer frocks listed in the clearance section. Some of our favorites include, a Roksanda a-line skirt that’s $270 from $1345, an embellished Pucci dress is $360 from $2400 and this Roland Mouret mini-dress is a must-have for $225 from $1500.
This is one of those sales that serves as proof that it doesn’t necessarily need to cost a fortune to look fantastically chic. We suggest you hurry and shop. As we are writing the post, the site was getting increasingly slow, which means it’s inundated with shoppers.