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6 smart sale buys for the family

They’re two of our favourite words – family and sale. Put them together and what you get is pure magic. It means you can incorporate current trends and essentials into your wardrobe, but at great prices.

 

1. Midi skirts

They’re all over the place right now, in prints and solids, with big buttons down the front, cute slits or accordion pleats. We love these midi skirts cos they can be dressed up or dressed down. Pair them with a basic tee and sneakers for daytime or strappy top and heels for a soiree.

 

2. Culottes

These hard-working garments flatter all body types. Culottes have been around for a few seasons now and show no signs of diminishing in popularity. Ideally, you should have a few in wearable neutrals, as well as a statement print or two. You can also choose to invest in these based on whether you’re wearing them for work or play: a structured waistband tends to be formal, while paperbag ones are super-casual.

 

Printed women Culottes

 

3. Men’s tees

You can never have enough tees, lads will agree, especially now that it’s summer. Contrast sleeves are having a moment, while the round-neck is always a classic.

 

Men t-shirts

 

4. Metallic backpacks

It’s never too early to learn the art of accessorizing right. So If there’s just one thing you’re picking for girls from our sale, make it these metallic backpacks. Cute and edgy, they’ll appeal to young girls and teens alike.

 

girls metallic backpacks

 

5. Cute tops

If men can’t do without tees, then it’s equally true lil girls can’t do without tops. And why should they, when there’s just so much to choose from? Ruffles, embroidery, fave characters, off-shoulders, cold shoulders, dressy sweatshirts – the list is as endless as it’s gorgeous.

 

blue cute girls top

 

6. Shorts

Boys, we haven’t forgotten you, promise. We suggest you stock up on plenty of shorts just in time for summer, but joggers are also relaxed, comfy and therefore perfect for the hotter months.

 

Black shorts for boys

 

That’s it – our quick guide for building your wardrobe with costs and climate in mind.