If you’ve got a wedding or something equally as fancy coming up, save yourself the stress of finding something in your wardrobe and shop the sales instead.
Occasionwear is a notoriously expensive part of the wedding guest duties, once you’ve factored in costs such as travel, hotels and flights. To help save you some pennies, we’ve trawled the sales to find you the best bargains in the fanciest pieces from silk midi dresses to floral jumpsuits.
With savings of up to 50% off, you can get your fashion fix and save the old bank account a hit. Shopping baskets at the ready...
Animal Print Satin Slip Dress, Oliver Bonas, £50 (was £65)
Beaded Leopard Satin Maxi Dress, &Other Stories, £55 (was £110)
Silk Blend Scenic Slip Dress, Warehouse, £60 (was £115)
Alida Botanical Pansy Print Jumpsuit, Finery London, £64 (was £129)
Curve Bandeau Midi Dress In Layered Floral Print, ASOS, £28.50 (was £48)
Cotton Stripe Co-Ord Suit, Warehouse, £50 (was £107)
Items sold separately: trousers, £20 (were £42), and blazer, £30 (was £60).
Adalee Shadow Floral Print Jumpsuit, Finery London, £59 (was £119)
Scarf Print Jumpsuit, Whistles, £56 (was £189)
Asymmetric Satin Midi Dress, &Other Stories , £51 (was £81)
Gabriella Spot Print Pleated Dress, Kitri Studio, £98 (was £145)
Art Floral Wrap Dress, Whistles, £115 (was £179)
Senorita Drape Detail Maxi Dress, Monsoon, £65 (was £90)
Printed Shift Dress, Mango, £29.99 (was £39.99)
Club L London Plus Bandeau Jumpsuit With Boning, ASOS, £31.50 (was £45)
Minka Rose Print Tea Dress, Kitri Studio, £88 (was £125)
We all work hard to earn our money – so it shouldn’t feel like hard work to spend it well. At HuffPost Finds we’ll help you find the best stuff that deserves your cash, from the ultimate lipstick to a durable iron to replace the one that broke (RIP). All our choices are completely independent but we may earn a small commission if you click a link and make a purchase.