5 Best Designer Style Steals for Fall

Designer Style Steals

It’s the moment of the season that you can find the most amazing designer style steals. The already discounted items go down further for just a few days before sales end. I found an iconic creation by Boudicca, a black high-noon dress, 80% off and another 20% at checkout and you pay only what? 10% of the original price?!!

That is value for money!!!!

Matches.com just announced extra 20% off their discounted items using code: EXTRA20. Before the offer ends August 29, check out my super sales edit. I chose the items having in mind what is trending for Fall Winter 2014-15.

1. The vintage-look red Christopher Kane leather jacket has been specially treated to look like you’ve had it for years. Another option if red is too much for you is an amazing tan colored Acne leather jacket.

2. Valentino bag

This burgundy leather shoulder bag sums up the aesthetic beautifully, from the tassel fringing, to the Gryphon-embellished hardware and gold-tone scarab fastening. Burgundy is so 2015!

3.  The black Rag & Bone cropped Carpenter pants is a contemporary update on the essential leather trouser. Perfect style steal for next season…

4. Sophie Hulme high-waisted pants are cut to a fresh cropped length. Next season is all about the wide-leg trouser, again.

5. The Diane Von Furstenberg little red dress is perfect for Fall Winter 2014-15. I love also the McQ Alexander McQueen red dress, which is the ultimate flattering incarnation – nipped in at the waist and full-skirted.

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Have a lovely Day!!!

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