With up to 85% off brands, check out what the Wonderland team are lusting after.
We. Have. Been. Paid. Yes, after a brutal January and equally gruelling February, money is in the bank and so naturally we’re itching for something shiny and new.
Perfect timing, as our favourite online shopping platform THE OUTNET has been serving up even more discounted looks than usual, with up to 85% off top designer brands in the Clearance sale.
And now, for an extra treat, they’re giving us an extra 15% off the sale with the code LASTCHANCE, to be used from Tuesday 19th March and will finish end of day Wednesday 20th March. Don’t miss out and SHOP NOW.
Also, check out what the Wonderland team are lusting over…
EMILIO PUCCI Double-breasted fil coupé wool and silk-blend coat, now £648, was £2,590
VETEMENTS Leather platform ankle boots, now £240, was £1,200
(LEFT) Federica Barletta, Production Director
“I really like the colours, but I especially love the fit. It looks super flattering, and it is wool so it’s warm but not too bulky. Also it’s oversized which is usually the fit I go for.” (RIGHT) Olivia Woodgate, Art director of Rollacoaster
“Always looking for ways to channel the femme-bots from Austin Powers. The ones with machine gun boobs.”
ALEXANDER WANG Maya buckled leather mules, now £139, was £465
RTA Karina belted jacquard trench coat, now £144, was £576
(LEFT) Lily Walker, Editor of Wonderland
“Being 6ft tall I have never needed to learn how to walk in heels so these are just about manageable for me. They’re more glam than trainers but also kind of giving me a Lizzie Maguire Movie mood for summer hols season. I’m absolutely gagging to get on a Vespa stat.” (RIGHT) Elly Watson, Editor of Rollacoaster
“Since black is the only colour I wear, this trench coat is literally all I need to maintain my goth persona but also keep warm when it’s cold as hell in London. I’m also hoping to use it as an investment piece, as I think it’ll double up as the perfect thing to swan around in after my future third husband mysteriously dies and I’m left with millions…”
J.W.ANDERSON Asymmetric layered two-tone wool-blend turtleneck sweater, now £78, was £380
JIL SANDER Medium Knit, now £188, was £930
(LEFT) Rosie Byers, Editorial assistant
“I love clashing colours, and hot pink and red has got to be my fave. Shouldn’t work, but this J.W. Anderson turtleneck proves otherwise. And it’s perfect for keeping warm until summer, but bright enough to change it up after a winter wearing various shades of black.” (RIGHT) Kate Bull, Art director of Wonderland
“I love a baggy, beige jumper in the summer and Jil Sander campaigns are always the one.”