FatFace have launched a huge women's clothing sale – with amazing discounts across pretty dresses, jackets and jeans. Here are our top picks.
When it comes to chic, sustainable style, FatFace is one of the first brands we turn to. From the best jeans, to the prettiest wear-everywhere dresses, it's safe to say we're firm fans of the Hampshire-based label. In fact, so is Holly Willoughby stylist! (see the Holly Willoughby dress today (opens in new tab) on This Morning here)
Well, turns out we could love them even more, because the Fat Face sale now includes many gorgeous items at more than 50% off (opens in new tab).
From flattering dresses and blouses, to great smart-casual trousers, there's plenty in the FatFace sale to give your wardrobe a welcome refresh in time for Autumn.
There are even a couple of stylish transitional jackets worth snapping up in time to beat the September chill.
View the FatFace sale for up to 50% off here (opens in new tab)
So whether you're looking for a few pieces to spruce up your back to work wardrobe (opens in new tab), or you want some easy chic options for weekend dressing, we're certain you'll find something worth adding to your basket in this one.
You'll also find a great 3 for 2 offer across sale accessories and gifts – from a pretty, woven cross-body bag to complete your outfit, to a great brown leather belt that can be paired with practically anything.There are also some lovely knitwear pieces in the FatFace sale, from long cosy cardigans, to neat, new-season jumpers. So you can keep your top-half looking smart for Zoom meetings, while still staying comfortable when working from home (opens in new tab).
If a new pair of shoes are on your sale shopping wishlist, then FatFace has some great options, too. Whether it's a new pair of heels for dressing up a pair of jeans, or a pretty pair of comfortable trainers, they've also got you covered on that front.
With so many great sale items to scroll through, we've gone ahead and done the hard work for you – selecting our top picks from the FatFace sale. Shop the edit below.
Our top picks from the up to 50% off Fat Face sale: (opens in new tab)
Marley Sparkle Embroidered Popover – was £42.50, now £12
VIEW NOW: Marley Sparkle Embroidered Popover – was £42.50, now £12 (opens in new tab)
Rhio Linen Blend Jumpsuit – was £65, now £25
VIEW NOW: Rhio Linen Blend Jumpsuit – was £65, now £25 (opens in new tab)
Maye Shibori Patch Dress – was £55, now £25
VIEW NOW: Maye Shibori Patch Dress – was £55, now £25 (opens in new tab)
Organic Cotton Leopard Lace Up Trainers – were £32, now £16
VIEW NOW: Organic Cotton Leopard Lace Up Trainers – were £32, now £16 (opens in new tab)
Tasha Denim Jacket – was £49.50, now £25
VIEW NOW: Tasha Denim Jacket – was £49.50, now £25 (opens in new tab)
Cali Double Spot Tie Front Shirt – was £35, now £15
VIEW NOW: Cali Double Spot Tie Front Shirt – was £35, now £15 (opens in new tab)
Marley Woven Circle Tote Bag – was £85, now £42.50
VIEW NOW: Marley Woven Circle Tote Bag – was £85, now £42.50 (opens in new tab)
Shirwell Spot Culottes – was £42, now £25
VIEW NOW: Shirwell Spot Culottes – was £42, now £25 (opens in new tab)
Kate is a freelance contributor to woman&home, covering everything she loves most: fashion, fiction, and fancy face cream. If she’s not working, she’s probably reading, feeding her online shopping addiction, or judging the taste level of celebrity houses (10/10 for Dakota Johnson, 2/10 for Tan France).
She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2020 with a BA in fashion journalism, and her byline has also appeared in British Vogue, The Times, and Marie Claire.
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