If you hate paying full price, these are the fashion sites to bookmark RN

Sayonara, savings.

fashion sites that will save you money

The internet truly is a magical place. Why? Because aside from endless, endless memes and videos of hot men throwing salt on things, there are a bunch of fashion sites that exist for the sole purpose of helping you save $$$ when shopping online.

God bless these URLs, which curate the best sales and even give you alerts when something you want goes on sale. Bookmark ASAP.


This site is a goldmine when it comes to snagging a hot deal. Tracking brands from Boohoo to Burberry with endless filters, you can set sale alerts just by signing up.


Skewing on the pricier side of the style spectrum, Lyst stocks brands like Gucci, Prada and Jimmy Choo, so is perfect when you're in the mood for a ~splurge~.


This one's simple: once you've signed up and installed the Covvet extension, you can tap the 'Covvet' button while browsing sites you like, and the clever little system will store the item, and constantly check for a discounted option.


This is basically the organised online shoppers dream. Not only can you set your sale alerts from products all over the web, but you can set up and categorise shopping wishlists and even set budgets for each list.


Keep track of your buyable pins guys! Because turns out, when a saved item drops in price, you will be notified AND not to mention you can buy straight through the pin.


Sign up and instantly start receiving notifications on your favourite brands in your selected size range. Too much goodness to choose from heart eyes.


The biggest Australian site when it comes to online shopping and finding the best deals, fastest/cheapest (or free) shipping as well as coupon codes for some of your fav online sites.


Happy shopping!

Compile all of your wishlist items in one place on Savelist and (of course) receive email alerts or push notifications when they go on sale. How good!


The ultimate proxy shipping service! If you're over finding insane deals on sites that only ship to the U.S., Viabox sets you up with an address in Oregon where sales tax don't apply. The products get shipped to that address and are stored there for free for 90 days where you can then get them repackaged and sent straight to you.

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