How to Buy Designer Clothes on a High Street Budget
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There is nothing I love more than a bargain, and over the years, I've scored some amazing savings on designer clothes and accessories. In fact, I've never paid full price for a designer item in my life. It takes a little time and effort, but as a result of my obsession with finding the best deal ever, I have Milly and DVF in my wardrobe and Marc Jacobs on my feet, and I'm still able to pay my rent. Though bargain hunting doesn't often extend to very high-profile styles (most pieces I've picked up have been past-season bargains or core staples), nothing beats the thrill of knowing you saved 70 percent on your handbag or 50 percent on your new party dress. And with fashion moving at such a pace, you can find deals on items that only hit stores a few months previously. Through savvy shopping, you, too, can make incredible savings on your next big purchase. Here are six ways to indulge in the labels you love.