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Net-a-Porter sale now 80% off with new items added!

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The moment in New Year’s luxury shopping that has finally arrived–new reductions have been taken at the Net-a-Porter sale and new designers have been added. Merchandise is now reduced by as much as 80% off.  This is a great way to get a discount on name brand designers without paying retail prices.   The trade-off to get the deals is you have to spend the time sorting through all the merchandise.  There are still some good items left on the sale, but to be honest, there are things that just aren’t practical wear that will sit there for some time,  like neon turtle necks.  Brands new to the sale include The Row, Dries Van Noten and Grey Goose with further reductions offered from Gianni, Stella McCartney, Chloe, Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang (to name just a few.)

There are even a few of the Max Mara Nancy Pelosi fire wool and cashmere blend coats left in stock at 50% off

Following are some of my curated picks, be sure to click through to Net-a-Porter to see what the latest prices are on the items on my list, because the prices are lower than they were just a few weeks ago.

There are some great items for gifts from handbags, to Dolce Gabbana key rings to hair ornaments.

Look for  new reductions on one of our favorites, Roland Mouret and Max Mara.

On the shoe sale, look for everything from flats, to booties, to pumps to brogues. Be sure to check out the ADIDAS Originals reduced to $40.00 US!


Finally, look for the ORIBE Illuminating Face Palette in sunlit now reduced to US $34.00 from $68..00.


 

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Since 2008, Mary Hall has been the author of The Recessionista Blog, which is read by thousands of regular readers in over 160 countries. An internationally recognized expert on the art of the living the good life for less, she has been a commentator on local, national, and international radio and TV shows. Her advice has been featured in over 2,000 media outlets, including The New York Times, Reuters, Life & Style magazine, ABC News, NBC News and now The Huffington Post, among many others.