Net-a-Porter Sale & Shoptagr: A Beautiful Combination
Tuesday November 22, 2016

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One of best end-of-season sales to wait for is Net-a-Porter’s fall/winter sale. And as of Monday, the sale has begun. With discounts up to 50%, I have scoured five key categories to offer a glimpse of the items and prices available right now. Simply hover over any of the items in the images below to see the price and click to shop further.

But wait, don’t click purchase just yet (unless there is only a few of the items left and it is an item you will wear for many seasons to come). Don’t forget to use the app and the bookmarklet ShopTagr. Similar to apps I have recommended in the past, ShopTagr allows you to find items you love but maybe not their price at the moment. Simply click on the bookmarklet on your menu bar (or the “sharrow” button on your phone, then the Shoptagr button) and the item is saved. You can regularly go back to the Shoptagr app and see where the prices are and if they have fallen. If the prices do drop on any of your items, you will be emailed immediately to take advantage of the savings.

So why is the Net-a-Porter Sale and Shoptagr app a beautiful combination? The sale just began, but it will continue through December. Granted some items will move very quickly, so you will want to pounce, but prices will continue to drop in the weeks to come and having tagged your favorite items, you will be alerted when they do.

Now to the shopping. I have my eye on the silk stripe pajama set, the Altuzarra striped pencil skirt and the steeply reduced Jimmy Choo black pumps (above). All of these are shoppable below along with many more capsule items to love. Happy Shopping!

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~Shop the entire Net-a-Porter Sale here.

~Shop more Capsule Wardrobe Essentials for All-Season, Fall and Spring here.

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