I Looked at Almost 9,000 Items In The Outnet’s 80%-Off Sale—42 You Need to See


The only thing that’s off-putting about the sale is the sheer scale of it—there’s over 9000 items with incredible deals on them, so it can be hard to know exactly which are the most worthwhile. Don’t worry, though, that’s why I’m here. I’ve genuinely just scrolled through the thousands of deals  (okay, *most* of them, I may have needed a break for a wine around the 8k mark) and taken into account the discount, the stock levels, the timelessness, the versatility and the rarity of each piece in order to collate the ultimate sale edit below. 

As always, I recommend focusing on finding classic wardrobe staples in the sale. You know, the ones you’ll never regret. And luckily there’s plenty of key pieces to see you into spring and summer, and even through autumn/winter as well. This season, highlights include Bottega Veneta’s dream trench coat, which forced me to do a double take when I saw it was still in stock at 70% off, a Saint Laurent suede jacket I didn’t know I needed until now—and I couldn’t not include some timeless leather Ancient Greek Sandals which happen to have been on my wish list for years. I also gravitated towards The Outnet’s own brand Iris & Ink, which I love ordinarily for their commitment to quality and the *perfect* capsule staples. The price tags are usually quite expensive, and so I see this as a great opportunity to invest in their premium essentials, like their suede knee boots and leather leggings for less. Yep, I’m losing it a little bit too.

You won’t want to miss the dress offerings either, with plenty of versatile options that will be a joy to wear year after year. Especially from the likes of GanniShrimps and Rixo that you can style now with boots, and all summer with sandals—then dress them up with heels for weddings and events. 

Keep reading, then, to see my edit of the unbelievably good buys in The Outnet’s massive spring sale.

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