A lot of our attention has been focused on the new collections being shown throughout European fashion capitals. What’s most struck us after watching show-after-show is the demise of sneakers.
For several seasons, men and women have worn designer or utilitarian sneakers alongside their front row ensembles. This season, we have seldom seen sneakers. Most fashion stars have opted for flats, heels or boots. Even on a gloomy Sunday, during New York Fashion Week, sneakers were not really seen at the shows.
Obviously, this observation turned into a deep dive for shoes. TheOutnet has several styles of Christian Louboutin shoes reduced 50% off. Here is a pair of ankle boots reduced to
$819 from $1628. Century 21 is also a good destination to find Louboutins at about 50% off. These SoKate 120s are $420 from $700 and classic black Fifi pumps are $400 from $700.
If Manolos are more your jam, as they should be, you should check out Savannah’s, there are lots of great styles reduced 40% off and more. Satin red Nadria heels are $600 from $1000 and brocade denim pumps are $280 from $700. Almost every color of Hangisi can be found on Gilt for 30% off.
If you haven’t looked through what’s left in Bergdorf Goodman’s sale section, we suggest you do right away. Everything is an additional 20% off but that promotion will only run through Sunday. You can click here to see the detailed post of what we found.
Over at Coltorti, you can still use the code EXTRAMOON30 to save an additional 30% off sale merchandise or use the code MODESENS15 and save 15% off everything on the site. The 15% off might not seem like a lot but many items are already a lot less expensive than the price in the US. There is also the added bonus of no sales tax and duties are included. This Fendi blazer with leather pockets comes to $980 from $2890 US. This Saint Laurent 61 small camera bag comes to $670 from $1000 US and the popular Saint Laurent Becky is $1425 from $2800 US, Opyum sandals are $716 from $1200 US and the Cassandra sandals with the YSL plus the little palm tree are $561 from $845.
So there are a lot of great weekend scrolls. Kick-off your shoes, drink a glass of wine and happy weekend.