Ginger and Smart
The Lofft Fashion Agency, 1 Yarra Street, Richmond
Clothing, swimwear, accessories and samples from Ginger and Smart are up to 80 per cent off at this sale. Shop both the main and diffusion line, Akin by Ginger and Smart. Expect to find graphic prints and elegant flowing silhouettes.

Fri 13, 8am–6pm
Sat 14, 9am–4pm

Jungle Collective
19 Studley Street, Abbotsford
Peruse 40 different varieties of greenery at this indoor plant warehouse sale, including birds of paradise, fiddle leaf figs, rubber plants and more. Most plants will cost between $15 and $30. A selection of Capra Designs’ plant hangers and sample pots will also be on sale. If you need any advice, a horticulturalist is there to help. Finally, if you come dressed in a jungle-inspired print you get $5 off your purchase. More information here.

Sat 14, 10am–4pm

Folia House
155 Victoria Street Melbourne
This plant store next to Queen Victoria Market is having a one-day sale where you’ll find an array of indoor flowers and plants for between $10 and $60. Ferns, devil’s ivy, peace lilies, shell gingers, string of pearls and more will be on the shelves.

Sat 14, 9am–4pm

PetHaus
Hank Marvin Markets at Alma Park, 204 Dandenong Road, St Kilda East
This one’s for the fashion-conscious doggos. Yes, really. PetHaus makes tough-looking denim vests, hoodies and T-shirts for dogs. This week there’s up to 80 per cent off selected sample and seconds at the brand’s Hank Marvin Market stall.

Sat 14, 9am–3pm

In Bed
Online
A selection of In Bed’s linens and homewares are up to 40 per cent off while stocks last. Cotton flannel duvets, pillowcases and sheets are on special, as well as a number of cushions and linen tea towels.

Collective Closets
Online
This Melbourne-based label is having a flash sale with 30 per cent off across clothing and accessories. Expect to find clean-lined culottes and box-shaped T-shirts in a royal blue and burnt orange print. There’s a number of geometric patterned earrings made in collaboration with jewellery label Ovazania. Ends October 20.

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