Christmas is almost here. We’re meant to be buying presents for other people, but with deals this good, can you really afford to miss out on treating yourself?
If you’re feeling a bit glum now that it’s cold and dark, brighten up your life a little with some rose gold trainers, a cheetah print dress or a bright red coat with very good pockets.
Go on, you deserve it. You’ve been good all year. We won’t tell Santa.
Sparkle Pleated Skirt, Whistles, was £139, now £49
Fitted at the waist, this majestic skirt is long and lustrous and makes a delightful swishing sound when you walk. Did someone say “Christmas day outfit”?
Brushed Cheetah Flippy Dress, Whistles, was £149, now £99
Spotted: one of the rarer animal prints. You could never accuse this flattering, feminine cheetah dress of being boring.
Modern Cable Knit, Whistles, was £129, now £85
An absolute classic, in the colour of the world’s most popular fruit, no-one will miss you in this orange knit this Christmas.
Layla Silk Velvet Jumpsuit, Whistles, was £239, now £159
You could spend a lifetime finding the perfect, full-length silk velvet jumpsuit in an alluring green. Hold on, what’s this right here?
Luxe Palm Leopard Print Leggings, ASOS, was £38, now £20
If you want to run as fast as a jungle cat – or simply look outstanding while you exercise, these are the leggings for you.
Pretty Little Thing Plus Smock Dress In Red Ditsy Print, ASOS, was £28, now £14
Maybe you’re going somewhere warm and sunny. Maybe you can save this till summer? Either way, this dress deserves to go somewhere magical.
SVNX All Over Rainbow Diamante Embellished Headband, ASOS, was £14, now £10
Slip this embellished rainbow headband onto your noggin for an instant outfit upgrade.
Nike Multi Air Max 200 Trainers, ASOS, was £110, now £77
Gone are the days when these shoes could only be worn by dads or Jerry Seinfeld. You’ll match your Christmas tree in these babies, too.
Alpaca Wool Knit Bobble Sweater, & Other Stories, was £99, now £55
Could this relaxed fit, drop-shoulder bobble sweater get any cuter?
Wide Corduroy Overalls, & Other Stories, was £95, now £49
Every woman should own a pair of wide leg corduroy overalls.
Wool Fringed Blanket Scarf, & Other Stories, was £45, now £27
Been wearing black all winter long? Brighten things up a little with this wool fringed pink blanket scarf.
Utility T-shirt Dress, Warehouse, was £39, now £22
This classic khaki utility dress is perfect for defending your territory – or, you know, dinner and a movie.
Pleat Belted Wide Peg Trousers, Warehouse, was £55, now £18.33
These pleat belted wide peg trousers in bright pistachio green are an absolute dream.
Metallic Tiered Midi Skirt, Warehouse, was £55, now £32
For anyone who thinks the only thing better than black is more black, but this time with a little hint of sparkle.
Laurie Jersey Dress, Boden, was £98, now £49
This dress is so flattering, it’d be rude not to buy it. It’s almost as comfy as PJs as it’s made out of jersey fabric.
Clarissa Midi Dress Midnight Garden, Boden, was £120, now £72
This dress with a full skirt and elegant high neck is so smart you’ll be the envy of everyone come Christmas day.
Wilbraham Coat, Boden, was £198, now £99
Please note that this bright red coat has decent size pockets to put things in. Absolute winner. Plus, you’ll match your Poinsettia.
Michael Kors Raven Large Leather Shoulder Bag, John Lewis, was £305, now £206.50
This shoulder bag has so many compartments, you’ll run out of things to put in it. It’s an absolute classic.
Olivia Burton 3D Bee Bangle, John Lewis, was £70, now £49
This delicate rose gold bangle should make you happy as a busy bumble bee.
Fitflop Rally Lace Up Trainers, John Lewis, was £85, now £68
These cold, rose gold trainers with heel studs are the perfect addition to just about any outfit, particularly if you’re feeling a little dull this winter.
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