IF you are anything like us, you may have spent way too much of lockdown online shopping – or at least hopefully putting items into your baskets.
But it turns out that many popular brands actually have their own secret outlets, which means you'll NEVER pay full price for clothes again.
Some of these stores include high street favourites such as Pandora, Schuh and Office.
Many of the outlets like In The Style offer clothes priced for £1 – so they could be perfect for stocking up for a post-lockdown wardrobe.
Here are some of the companies with secret outlets and how you can save some cash…
- Pandora Moments Snake Chain Bracelet, £110 down from £275 from Pandora – buy now
Are you a Pandora fan but find it a little bit steep to buy all of the charms you’ve been eyeing up?
You may want to check out Pandora’s outlet, which is a little known section of their website where you can get their popular jewellery for a discount.
On the website, Pandora teases: "Explore some of Pandora's most-loved jewellery for less.
"Whether buying in advance for a celebration, or just because, pick up the perfect charm, necklace or more in the Pandora outlet."
Shoppers are able to get charms for as little as £5 and some of their necklaces and bracelets for over 50 per cent off.
In The Style
If you want to update your wardrobe in time for the easing of lockdown restrictions, your shopping spree is about to get a whole lot cheaper.
In The Style has launched a £5 Outlet with prices starting at just £1, and you won’t pay more than a fiver.
The range even includes limited edition pieces from Jacqueline Jossa and Saffron Baker’s collections.
Several pieces from Megan McKenna and Charlotte Crosby’s range are also heavily reduced meaning that you can get the celebrity look for less.
From bikinis to beach cover-ups there is everything you could possibly need to make your summer seriously stylish.
Another site to get pick up some great deals is from Schuh Imperfects which sells slightly less immaculate designer shoes at up to 70 per cent off.
Schuh Imperfects offers a range of shoes – from heels to trainers and even kids and baby shoes, at a discounted price – including big brands like Adidas, Nike and Converse.
According to the website, the 'imperfect' footwear is just shoes that have suffered discoloration, scuffs and 'other individual quirks' that stop them retailing at normal price.
And while wearing shoes with damage may put you off, the prices are sure to lure you in – with Adidas' Adilette Slider's reduces from £33 to just £10.99.
Other huge savings include Tommy Hilfiger TJ Platform Sneakers reduced to £19.99 from £85 and Timberland boots more than half price, at £32 instead of £150.
You can also check out Office Offcuts, which shows a picture of the exact shoes you’ll get, so you’ll know what you’re buying.
The shoes are “end of line, ex-display and last pairs” so there is only usually one pair per size, meaning stock is extremely limited.
To start browsing, each website gives you the option to search by men's, women's and kids, as well as shoe brand and size.
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