The hottest deals of the week to shop right now

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  • Because why pay full price when you can get a sweet deal?

    The summer sales will be over before we know it and, as we head into the new season, there are some truly bargainous bargains to be had at both high street and high end levels.

    Mulberry bags from £70? Half price at Whistles and Karen Millen? Read on for our round-up of the best deals out there on the internet this week.

    Happy shopping!

    Revolve – 20% off everything

    From today until Thursday only, you can get yourself 20% off over at Revolve across Europe. What better time to get yourself a new wardrobe now that the clocks have gone back and winter is here?

    MatchesFashion.Com – Up to 70% off
    There are 7,306 designer products on sale on the Matches site, with prices starting at £16. As in £16. Top tip? Use your filters wisely to sift the best stuff in your size.

    La Redoute – up to 50% off
    Right now you can get 50% off some seriously cool brands over at La Redoute in their Autumn sale. See you there…

    Radley – Up to 50% off
    Get yourself a sweet deal on a new AW16 handbag, purse, keyring… whatever you fancy.

    Topshop – Up to 50% off
    Keep your wardrobe topped up with a few high street bargains from Topshop’s seasonal offer.

    Whistles – Up to 50% off
    You can now get as much as 50% off the Whistles range. This is not a drill. Get going.

    River Island – Up to 50% off
    Get yourself a serious bargain in the River Island sale, with items going for as little as £1. Unbelievable!

    Karen Millen – Up to 50% off
    Karen Millen’s outlet is the best place to find gorgeous dresses – stock up for this season, and get ahead of next year’s if you’re savvy.

    ASOS Up to 70% off selected styles
    It’s time to get yourself some steals for the new season from ASOS’s outlet. Get in there before it all goes (and it will).

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