US-based Andie Swim is offering up to 50 per cent off site-wide on one-piece swimwear, bikini tops, high-waisted bottoms and more. Get summer-ready with this ribbed one-piece.
While stocks last.
To celebrate World Tourism Day, Contiki has launched a “Fly Free” or “save up to 25 per cent off” deal when you book a selected Contiki Europe 2020 tour. Book one of eight guided trips including the European Adventurer, European Vista and Ultimate European plus Greek Islands tours and your flights will be free. Otherwise, a number of other guided tours include a $499 return flight with Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines. These tours include the Europe Dream, Road to Croatia, Quest to London and more. Terms and conditions apply. More details here.
Until Oct 31
Score up to 75 per cent off past-season and archive stock at the Melbourne-born denim label’s new online outlet. Get jeans for $90, skirts and shorts for $79 and tees for $49. These ultra-high-rise jeans are a wardrobe staple. Hurry, stock is selling fast.
While stocks last.
Independent Melbourne shoe label Radical Yes – known for its flat-soled, colourful designs – is clearing end-of-line styles with up to 65 per cent off boots, loafers, slides, sunglasses and bags. These square-toed Chelsea boots are a statement shoe – and one of only 60 pairs.
While stocks last.
Russell Athletic, Everlast and BOD by Finch
This week only, shop up to 90 per cent off sportswear labels including Russell Athletic, Everlast and BOD by Finch. Think crops, leggings, tanks and more. This is the next step to take this season if you’ve just signed up to the gym.
Thu to Sat 11am–4pm
The Print Emporium
Give your home a spring redesign: shop indoor plants, pots, candles, smaller unframed prints (under $50) and framed prints (from $29 to $750) at this pop-up shop from Melbourne-based contemporary art brand The Print Emporium.
Mon to Fri 10.30am–5pm
The Jungle Collective’s Abbotsford warehouse will be filled with indoor plants and designer pots this weekend to celebrate its second birthday. There have been more than 150 different species at previous sales, including fiddle leaf figs, monsteras, birds of paradise and devil’s ivy. There’ll also be style advice from staff and plant-care tips from a horticulturist. Small plants will go for $10 to $20; medium-sized plants for $20 to $40; and large and rare species from $40 to $150.
Bec & Bridge
Australian boutique Bec & Bridge is known around the world for its bold dresses, tailored playsuits and flouncy blouses made for hot nights by the beach. It’s popping up in Chapel Street with up to 80 per cent off autumn and winter ’19 stock as well as one-off samples.
Thu & Fri 8am–7pm
Amuse Society, Soludos and South Cali
Prep for summer at this huge warehouse sale that combines beachy womenswear label Amuse Society, New York City-based footwear label Soludos and sunglasses label South Cali. Get swimwear and clothing at up to 80 per cent off: sample shoes and end-of-line styles start at $30 and sunglasses are reduced to $20 a pair. Nothing is priced over $45.
Thu to Sat 9.30am–3pm
Melbourne-based womenswear label Torannce designs garments with clean lines, sleek silhouettes, sequins and the occasional statement sleeve. It’s hosting a month-long warehouse sale with samples, silk, leather and previous-season stock from $20. Give your wardrobe the update it deserves.
Until Sun Nov 2
Collingwood record store Plug Seven is clearing thousands of records from its warehouse, with prices starting at $2. The store is known for its diverse inventory, with records spanning psychedelic ’70s disco to original pressings of jazz classics. Records are priced from $2 to $10, and there are around 3000 seven-inch records and 7000 LPs and 12-inch records. If you spend more than $200, you’ll get 20 per cent off second-hand vinyl at the official Smith Street store around the corner.
Sat & Sun 10am–6pm