Fashion - Frequently Asked Questions
Most major fashion retailers are online now, including big brands such as River Island, Monsoon, Topshop, New Look, Nike, Superdry and Debenhams. A lot of these brands sell very similar clothes, so make sure you find out which brands have the best new customer offers and the cheapest prices before you shop.
Find unmissable fashionable gifts at plenty of retailers including Karen Millen, Kurt Gieger, Hobbs or Ted Baker. Whether that's a brand new handbag, comfy new trainers or a piece of jewellery that your friend can treasure forever buying someone a staple piece of fashion is always a great gift idea. Not sure what your friend or family member might like? Check out whether their favourite brand sells gift vouchers online - that way you can still show that you care, but they get exactly what they want.
There are plenty of ways to save money on fashion, and you can discover the latest fashion discounts right here at Savoo. Whether that's for him, her or the little ones we have hundreds of fashion brands for you to choose from. Even more ways to cut the cost of your next haul is by joining loyalty schemes, signing up to newsletters for special offers, buying last-chance to buy or sale items and choosing click and collect where possible at checkout.
Yes - there's plenty of sustainable fashion brands out there if you know where to look. Retailers such as TOMs, Vegan Outfitter or Planet Warrior all but a huge emphasis on trying to be more ethical and sustainable in the way they bring out their fashion ranges.
How to save money on fashion
Whether you’re a sucker for a new pair of fresh trainers or love accessorising your outfits with jewellery and watches, do it for less with our top fashion discount codes and deals from all your favourite brands. From huge savings at your high street stores to the latest offers on luxury and designer brands when you want a special treat, it’s time to kit our your wardrobe without blowing your budget. And trust us, with so many awesome deals you’ll look like you’re fresh of the runway in no time. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to save money on fashion.
Second hand and vintage
Want some cheaper options to fill your wardrobe? Shop on second hand and vintage sites to rehome some pre-loved pieces. Buying second hand or vintage clothing is not only a great way for you to save some money for the same pieces, but it’s also a much more sustainable way to shop. Create accounts on apps such as Depop, Preloved or Vinted to start hunting for some chic new vintage looks.
Buy staple pieces
It's easy to get sucked in with fast fashion, but before you know your wardrobe is full of clothes that you wear once and then get bored of. To help reduce waste, shop for staple wardrobe pieces that will never go out of fashion. Buy pieces that can be layered, accessorised seasonally or dressed up or down depending on the occasion. These types of garments are perfect for your wardrobe and you will get so much more wear out of them.
Go easy on 'trends'
Fashion trends all have their moments, but once that moment’s over you're left with out of style pieces cluttering up your wardrobe. Some online fashion brands really push seasonal trends, and althought they can last longer than expected sometimes it's just not worth it. So, if you’re constantly buying the latest trends and then not wearing them for long, only buy trendy items that you genuinely like and that fit with your own style.
Store your clothes with care
Extend the life of the clothes you already have by taking decent care of them. That means actually reading the washing instructions, folding items like sweaters and tees and not overstuffing your drawers. For hanging items, invest in 'fuzzy' hangers rather than the harsh plastic ones to make sure you don't leave annoying chinks in your favourite dress. Always watch out for dry-clean only garments as sometimes it can be more hassle (and money) to get them dry-cleaned regularly than it's worth!
Get things fixed
When one of your favourite pieces is looking a little worse for wear, fight the urge to just get rid of it or give it to a charity shop.If you really love an item, try to salvage it first. Have a shirt that's not quite fitting right anymore? Head to your local tailor or seamtress. Has the heel on your go-to pair of boots started to disappear? Bring them to a cobbler. The repairs won’t be free, but you’ll spend less than you would replacing the items. Want to save even more money on fixing your clothes? Why not learn to do it yourself! Brush off those secondary school textiles skills and dust off your sewing kits to make sure your clothes look good as new.