Classic sales bargains this week-end

Coats from Ann Taylor



Classic sales bargains this week-end.

We don’t celebrate Labour day here in the UK. That however has not stopped me from surfing the net and finding some great Labour Day sales bargains and wishing that we had something similar over here.

Remember the rules:-

Only buy what you need to fill a gap in your wardrobe

Buy forward – Something you are going to wear this autumn

Buy Classic – And what could be more classic than a utilitarian navy blazer.


Ann Taylor with code HAPPY50

Ann Taylor Iconic red statement coat

Ann Taylor cotton twill anorak



JCrew jackets



JCrew 30% with code GETSHOPPING

JCrew  tuxedo blazer

JCrew leather trimmed bomber jacket




LK Bennett navy jacket and bag


Red is the accent colour for accessories this season. This boho bag fits the bill very well.


LKBennett 40% off sales styles with code LD40

LKBennett classic navy jacket

LKBennett red hobo bag


Happy Hunting.





  1. lorna mai
    4th September 2015 / 22:43

    I never considered ‘buying forward’ before. Is that because by next Summer I will have changed my mind? The red coat above is gorgeous.

    • 5th September 2015 / 07:05

      Hi Lorna mai
      You can buy forward for next summer and I often do if there is for example a pair of classic linen trousers in the sale that will replace a pair that is worn out. Now stores are offering sales on new season, which they never used to do, I find buying something that you can wear now prevents the temptation of buying a “trendy” item just because it has such a big markdown and may look out of fashion by next year.

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