Today marks the kickoff of the Outnet's big clearance event, featuring an irresistible array of designer wares marked up to 85 percent off. Yes, you heard right — 85 percent off dresses, jackets, and shoes from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Jimmy Choo, and Lanvin. In fact, we can't think of a better reason to jump-start your Spring shopping spree. Take a look at some of our favorite stylish savings, then make sure to visit TheOutnet.com and get your shop on.
The Outnet just released its exclusive Oscar de la Renta capsule collection today, featuring a covetable array of chic pieces to help you kick off your Spring wardrobe refresh. The collection — fronted by one of our favorite style setters, Olivia Palermo — consist of 24 pieces, highlighting gorgeous floral- and ikat-print gowns, polished separates, and ladylike dresses crafted from fabrics from Oscar's past collections. Priced from $325 for a top to $1,295 for a silk faille gown, the lineup is much more affordable compared to the thousands of dollars the designer usually sells his gowns for. See and shop all of the pieces right here.
Some pairings just can't be beat, and this might just be one of them. Today, Feb. 24, The Outnet releases an exclusive capsule collection created by none other than Oscar de la Renta. The 24-item collection is comprised of pieces that are quintessentially Oscar — full-skirted dresses, pencil skirts, lace blouses, high-waisted trousers — and are made from the same fabrics, patterns, and factories as the brand's mainline. But the best part? They are all priced at a fraction of the cost; from $325 to $1,295 (for a gorgeous floor-length gown).
Peek the collection.
The Outnet, one of our favorite designer outlets, is treating us this weekend with an extra 50 percent off its already-discounted designer pieces! In addition to stocking Winter wares, the massive sale selection also includes a covetable array of Spring-ready dresses, jackets, and accessories. Since we're thinking of the warm weather ahead, we picked out the best transitional pieces for you to shop now. Act fast — everything is selling quickly!
Because Valentino is just so incredibly covetable, it's always exciting when it suddenly becomes even a little more accessible. Imagine, then, how our hearts went all aflutter when we heard about this: on Tuesday, Jan. 29, The Outnet will reveal a whole treasure trove of the brand's accessories, shoes, and clothing — all for prices up to 75 percent off. And there are some real gems to choose from, too: sandals adorned with rosettes of lace (originally $965, now $385), a studded wool and leather coat (originally $5,500, now $1,210), and a turquoise and crystal embellished clutch (originally $3,080, now $1,080).
Pieces won't arrive online until 11 a.m. EST, but here's a little sneak peek of what you can expect to find.
Photos courtesy of The Outnet
It's the shopping event we've all been waiting for: The Outnet just kicked off its big clearance sale chock-full of designer goods marked 80-85 percent off. Needless to say, now's the time to snag that Proenza Schouler, Michael Kors, and Jason Wu piece you've been
drooling over coveting all season long for just a fraction of the price. In fact, we couldn't think of a better time to stock up on party season and Winter gear. Time is running out; shop our top nine picks right now before they sell out for good.
As if browsing The Outnet weren't already tempting enough, now there's a whole other reason to shop: Iris & Ink, the retailer's very own label, is finally starting to trickle onto the site. Consisting of 35 styling basics meant to pair easily with the designer pieces that The Outnet already sells, the line was created with the ultimate wardrobe in mind. Silk t-shirts, bow-neck blouses, colorblock cashmere sweaters, twill trenches, cropped trousers, and even slick leather tanks and dresses — the collection reads like a list of must haves that every woman should own, and even though the pieces are meant to be "basics," they feel so on point that there's really nothing basic about them.
"The Iris & Ink styling kit is based on all the core sell-out pieces that we just can't get enough of," Outnet creative director Mo White explained. And even better, they come in prices that won't necessarily break the bank: $85 (for a miniskirt) to $520 (for a little black dress). Click through to see a selection of pieces from the collection, available in full by Oct. 22.
Want one more reason to shop The Outnet's irresistible online designer outlet? The retailer will be launching its very own — and very affordable — in-house label called Iris & Ink this month highlighting stylish basics every girl should own. Think less white tees and more standout essentials like the perfect leather dress, a tweed jacket, airy silk blouses, mohair sweaters, and perfectly tailored trench coats. Iris & Ink will retail from around $90 to $500, not bad considering the high-quality fabrics and design. Now, you can shop your basics and designer sale finds in one handy spot. Pretty genius, right? Get a sneak peek at the collection in the slideshow now.
Do you like luxury? Do you like accessories? Then this sale is definitely for you. On Tuesday, July 24, The Outnet will release what can only be described as a treasure trove of goodies: shoes, bags, and belts — all Alaia, and all available at a fraction of their usual (thousand dollar plus) prices. Pale pink suede lattice-strap peep-toes are just $610, for example, while leopard-print calf-hair booties ring in at $772. A preview of those pieces and more — here, in the slideshow.
Need a few seasonal wardrobe updates? This week, theoutnet.com will offer up a selection of gorgeous — and recent — See by Chloé pieces at some very enticing prices. Among the items: perforated leather bags for $150, printed silk dresses for $140, and embellished ballerina flats for $165. And, in case Fall is already on your mind, never fear — there are cozy cable-knit cardigans and knit wool jackets in the mix as well. Click through for a preview of the entire selection — and mark your calendars: these goodies go on sale June 7.