Discount shopping sites haven’t always had the best reputation, but the truth is that a handful of incredible online places to discover fabulous designer bargains do exist. Being committed shopping fiends, we’ve learnt a thing or two about hunting down pitch-perfect cut-price fashion because our wallets—and the rising cost of rent—demand it.
Essentially, our love of discount shopping was borne out of necessity, but who doesn’t enjoy the thrill of finding something new with a brag-worthy price tag? From sites you might already know about (e.g., ASOS or The Outnet) to more under-the-radar places such as Yoox, we bring you the best affordable designer websites that will stock your wardrobe with the chicest pieces. Keep scrolling for our guide to the best discount shopping sites.
If you head to Brand Alley you can sign up to be the first to know about their amazing designer flash sales. You’ll then get email updates with the latest offers on amazing brands including the likes of Stella McCartney and Ray Ban. It’s the secret our fashion editors swear by to get some of the best bargains before anyone else–luckily, we’re willing to share with you.
From the family of Net-a-Porter, The Outnet is every fashion lover’s worst-kept secret. It is regularly updated with the biggest designer labels, from Chloé to Victoria Beckham. While the prices are still not high street, it has major discounts for the most luxury brands in the world.
Yes, you know ASOS regularly runs sales, but did you also know that it has an outlet store it updates daily? All professional ASOS shoppers use the somewhat hidden features to shop designer brands with up to 70% off. There are also great discounts on some of our favourite high-street stores too.
Ask any fashion editor their favourite secondhand sale site, and their united response will be Vestiaire Collective. Hailed for its high-end edit of pre-owned luxury pieces, here, you will find everything from retro Fendi to new season Chanel at huge discounts but equal in post-purchase thrill. You haven’t got time to wait around, though—these are unique one off’s and once they’re gone, they’re gone (have your wallet at the ready).
Whatever you think about eBay, there’s no doubt that the site kicked off the whole re-sale revolution. Thanks to so many listings it really can be overwhelming to find decent stuff, but there are bargains to be found, trust us. From Céline bags to Burberry trench coats, there’s many a chic piece to discover.
T.K. Maxx has been around for some time now, but it’s one of those places that always requires quite a bit of rummaging (we have the five golden rules on how to shop in T.K. Maxx if you ever get truly stuck). But you don’t have to shop in the physical location; you can also head to the website to pick up exceptional bargains. Just remember, if you’re shopping designer, click on the Gold Label section, and keep in mind that they don’t hang around for long…
We can never have enough places to shop discounted designer goods. The Italian e-commerce giant Yoox, which is a part of the Net-a-Porter family, offers up a range of past-season luxury lines (as well as the new collections), so you can get a pair of Prada sunglasses at an absolute steal or a swoon-worthy Marni coat discounted more than £200. There’s often a chance to get extra percentages off these existing discounts, so we’d recommend signing up for its newsletters.
Depop has fast become Gen Z’s go-to destination for bagging a bargain. With everything from high street and high end to vintage, there’s so much goodness to be found on this platform. Subscribe to individuals whose style you love to make to don’t miss a real secondhand gem.
This piece was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.