Net-A-Porter Clearance 80% Off

January 7, 2019 by Lila Delilah

The Net-a-Porter clearance sale kicked off today and some items have been reduced to 80% off. This third markdown is usually a shopping frenzy and attracts a large amount of shopping traffic.

There is a bit of clothing reduced to 80% off retail but a lot of it appears to be from the past Summer season. This can work out well if you’re socking up on what to bring on your next vacation. Among items you can wear now (in cold New York) is this Loewe shearling trim leather coat that’s $1300 from $6650 or this Chloe double-breasted wool coat is $870 from $4350. An orangey-red Altuzarra leather trimmed dress is $450 from $1400 and a Paul & Joe print dress is $126 from $420.

If you’re shopping for an upcoming vacation get ready to make some choices. Over this way, we found a romantic Zimmerman floral print maxi dress for $345 from $1130, a Caroline Constas gingham bikini is $95 from $315 and a Dodo Bar Or romper is $135 from $675. On a side note, this Balmain tank was reduced further and is now $147.

Among the shoes discounted 80% you’ll find essentially nothing. There are some shoe styles that were reduced to 70% off but even those aren’t great. The selection includes knee-high cowboy boots from Isabel Marants that might work with something. These See By Chloe low white cowboy boots are probably a lot more wearable and easier to digest at $164 from $545. These white Dorateymur ankle boots are an easy “yes” at $171 from $570 or for a little bit more swag you can go with these Margielas $388. for (Sorry, I can’t explain my attraction to white boots.)

Moving on, these Castner lace-up espadrilles are perfect to save for vacation or summer for just $55. Here are Rosetta Getty black patent ankle boots for $250. (Better than white?)

We sincerely suggest you hop on the site with a critical eye. This newest markdown is clearly more hype than markdown. This clearance sale will last another week and then for a final push, the site will offer an additional 20% off. Afterward, NAP closes the curtain on sale season.


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