Wearing: Zara Coat (It’s so ancient, that you would need carbon-14 dating to determine how old it is. Kidding, but find similar options here, here, and here), Levi’s Jeans c/o Levi’s, Maison Cashmere Sweater c/o Maison Cashmere (shop similar here), Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses, and Alexander Wang Anouck Boots
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It’s amazing how fast time goes by. It’s almost November and already Sunday. Either way, here a fast update showing you what I wore a while back. Bought these Alexander Wang boots last year on major sale for a small fraction of what they really cost at The Outnet. I think I’ve been shopping way too much there for over the past two years. But can you really blame me?
May I tell you a secret? If you find yourself majorly craving something you saw in the runway this season, being it a pair of awesome shoes or a unique coat, then don’t buy it in season. Nope, you can save so much money if you wait one or two seasons afterwards to buy it, because —guess what?— you can score it all with a whooping discount with up to 70% off at The Outnet or Yoox (nope, this post isn’t sponsored). And you know what the best part about it is? If you find yourself craving the same piece after 1-2 seasons, then it can’t be a compulsive buy, as 1.) you had enough time to think about it 2.) It passed the test of time and survived the hype, i.e. you are not buying it because it’s trendy.
I mean, how awesome is it Yoox even stocks Céline? Céline!!!!!!!!
So yeah, that’s how I got my hands on these iconic Alexander Wang Anouck boots for a small fraction of their original price. I only make exceptions when something is bound to sell out and these are rare.
How about you? Do you have any other tips on how to score designer items for less aside from the usual end/mid season sales? Let me know in the commments below.
Wishing you all a mega relaxing Sunday. x
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