Retail giant Net-a-Porter is offering up to 50 per cent off its huge collection of international designers right now. The bi-annual sale includes activewear, beachwear, bridal wear, coats, denim, dresses, leather, knitwear and more from labels such as Ellery, Miu Miu, Isabel Marant, Alexa Chung, Givenchy, Self-Portrait, Bassike, The Row, Balenciaga and heaps more. This Ganni floral-print wraparound skirt is perfect for sunny Sunday afternoon drinks.
While stocks last.
Get up to 70 per cent off activewear at Running Bare’s warehouse sale this weekend. Expect discounts on items including crop tops, tights, singlets, hoodies and accessories. Full-length tights that were $109.99 are down to $55. There are no change rooms on-site, so wear clothes you can slip potential new buys over.
Thu December 6 and Fri December 7, 9am–5pm
Sat December 8, 9am–3pm
Sunshades Eyewear’s annual warehouse sale begins Friday, with seconds, samples and end-of-the-line items from Le Specs, Mink Pink, Oroton, Alexander McQueen, Morrissey, Bottega Veneta, Sass & Bide, Karen Walker, Saint Laurent, Carter Bond, Jono Hennessy, Cancer Council and more.
Fri December 7, 11am–7pm
Sat December 8, 9am–1pm
Today only, Australian womenswear designer Shona Joy is offering one-off samples, limited-edition pieces and exclusive prints, starting from $5. Stock up your summer wardrobe with dresses, sets, jumpsuits, wrap tops, crop tops and more.
Thu December 6, 8am–6.30pm
Sydney-based Native Swinson creates hand-drawn screen-printed artisan wallpaper and fabric, and this weekend will join other local creatives at the Studio Workshop. The “shop local” sale will include cleaning products from Bondi Wash, art by Melanie Vugich, footwear from Saltwater Sandals, clothing by Coco Ribbon and more.
Sat December 8.
Each garment from minimalist womenswear label Her Line is designed and made in Australia. The brand is currently offering discounts on bathers, wrap dresses, camisoles, wide-leg pants and more. This linen-blend wrap dress will sit comfortably over bathers this summer.
While stocks last.