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Memorial Day Shopping Tips from Eve at The Outnet

  Saturday, May 28, 2011 at 8:00 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,, 
The OUTNET sent over these great Memorial Day Shopping Tips from their fashion editor Eve.  I had the pleasure of meeting Eve at my Dress Up shoot back in March, she's awesome! So here we go!

Need tips on what to buy during the Memorial Day sales? THE OUTNET.COM is on sale 365 days a year with amazing discounts of up to 70%, so who better to give you shopping advice than THE OUTNET’s Fashion Editor, Eve Thomas.

Go scouting! Show up to the store the evening before the sale starts to do a recce. It’s also worth saying that you received an invitation to the sale preview last year and asking if they are holding one now. If you are shopping online, add items to your Most Wanted List or wish list so you can find your favorites really quickly on the day.

Do your fashion homework! Find out designers’ signature pieces – think Alaïa shoes, Balmain blazers, Burberry trench and anything red by Valentino – and snap them up whenever you see them on sale as it’s an ultra-rare opportunity.

Think ahead! Choose pieces that you can wear now and in fall/winter. Key trends stick around for a few seasons, so sales can be a great chance to stock up your next-season wardrobe if you shop smart. I’ll be looking out for these key pieces that I can wear now and later.
  • A ‘60s shift dress.
  • Sequins and shimmer for day and night.
  • Leather skirt – dress it down with a tee now and layer with cashmere when the weather cools.
  • White – great with a tan and super-chic in winter.
Go for it! If you really love something, don’t hesitate to buy it. Sale items don’t hang around for long.

And here are some patriotic-ish pieces since it is Memorial Day this weekend. Click the images to go to the product pages! :)

About Closet Fashionista

Loves to get bargains on clothes and is obsessed with Harry Potter and Disney. By day she is a freelance graphic and web designer. She also has a slight obsession with movies.

You can also find her on the web at her Harry Potter and Matthew Lewis fan sites.


  1. ooo perfect fress..i love cobalt....

  2. Oh my! I just love those first two dresses! How awesome is that design :)
    have a great weekend!

  3. these pants are so nice!really like them.lovely post :)

  4. Love the white pants!!! Yay for holiday shopping :)

  5. These are all such great tips!

    xoxo ~ Courtney

  6. I love that red hand bag! it's Alexander McQueen's, isn't it? i used that bag and mixed it with some outfits. why don't you check them out? just have some ideas :)here's the link...

  7. I would like to have everything :-)

    have you seen my new post ?

  8. love the blue version of the strapless dress and the blue pants.


  9. Those key trends are super-helpful. No Memorial Day shopping up here in Canadia-land but happy shopping! - Kat

  10. Really useful tips here - thank you!

  11. thanks for the tips! i'll let you know how my memorial day shopping goes :)

  12. thank you for the heads up. i really want those navy pants.

    i just came across your blog. i think its great. i hope you will come visit mine and maybe we can follow eachother!

  13. pretty dresses
    love the pants

  14. I absolutely love those crinkle dresses! Thanks for sharing the site- I'm always looking for fashion bargains. Happy Memorial weekend!

  15. Great tips! I love the red tube. :)

  16. that red dress has me blinking faster than my camera's shutter speed...

  17. Navy pants are great!!! :) I want them so much!!! :)

  18. some gorgeous pieces :)
    loving the first two dresses!! x

  19. All of these are great! I especially love the blue genie pants!

  20. great tips, long time no see and you still run your blog nicely! :))

    dejoiss ❤

  21. oh, those blue pants are so neat. I've not seen anything quite like them before.

  22. that red bag is just fantastic, and so chic!
    did you get any great memorial day deals?

    Chic on the Cheap

  23. Love the blue! Happy Monday hun xx


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