There are three words that I would usually use to describe designer clothes:
2. Expensive 3. Impractical
Lets start with the first. Fashionable. The dictionary definition is 'representing a current popular trend or style'. In other words, designer clothes are the type that everyone wants to get their hands on.
Expensive. 'Costs a lot of money'. Everyone might want designer clothes, but not everyone can afford them.
Impractical. 'Not adapted for use or action; not sensible or realistic'. Designer clothes look great, but you can't generally do much in them. There rarely is a practical occasion to wear them - e.g. mega high heels you can't walk in, skimpy skirts that leave you freezing your little wotsits off.
But now I have been proven wrong. Designer clothes don't have to be this way. With Designer Sales UK, you can keep on trend without starving your wallet and keeping whatever wotsits you have nice and warm.
On the 24th October at Chelsea Old Town Hall, Designer Sales UK is holding its Autumn Sample Sale. Entry is just £2 (£1 concessions), and with the doors open from 12pm-8pm, you can shop till you drop.
Chunky knitwear, gloriously soft cashmere, winter booties, and snuggly scarves will keep you toasty when the weather turns. You can also start planning for that Christmas do with party dresses, flattering jeans, and stylish suits for the gents. If you need any advice, professional stylists will be at hand to help find the perfect outfit.
Designer brands include Belstaff, Armani, D&G, Chloe, Equipment, Ralph Lauren, Farrell, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Christian Lacroix, Celine, Blumarine, Plein Sud, Creep, Coeur, Pringle, Paul Smith, Moschino, and more.
For £30, you can also get the VIP treatment. Hit the rails an hour earlier than anyone else, and get a goody bag worth £75.