Ghost Cyber Monday sale: 70% off discount on dresses at one of Duchess Catherine's favourite brands

The Ghost Cyber Monday sale is here, and it's a chance to get your hands on royal-approved dresses at half the price.

Ghost Cyber Monday sale
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The Ghost Cyber Monday sale is here, and there are some incredible discounts on the fashion brand that the Duchess of Cambridge relies on. 

There is currently up to 70% off on everything on their website (yes everything!) with many incredible deals on their dresses, tops, skirts and bridal wear.

Ghost is one of the more affordable high-end brands out there, but it's still pricey. So the Ghost Cyber Monday sale is without doubt one of the best ways to save money on their gorgeous clothing. And - it's only of your only chances in the year, too! 

The brand rarely has sales on, so if there's every been a time to take advantage of a sale, it's now.

As mentioned, the lovely Ghost is adored by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, and Holly Willoughby too. So the current discounts are a great way to emulate the style of some of our favourite celebs, too. 

So here are our favourite picks from the Ghost Cyber Monday sale - from dresses to bridal-wear...

Cyber Monday Ghost dresses sale - our top picks:

Ghost Black Friday bridal bargains to shop now:

This time last year, when bubbles equalled prosecco and social-distancing meant skipping a night out, I bought my wedding dress.

It wasn’t a big teary, butterflies-in-your tummy, Hollywood-worthy moment, but I walked away feeling fairly confident I’d found the one. That was, until two things got in the way of what should have been a straight-forward sartorial love story: a global pandemic, and the Ghost Black Friday sale. 

Why? Because a postponed wedding offers plenty of opportunity to change your mind, Black Friday sales do bad things to good people, and Ghost’s bridal gowns are both eye-wateringly beautiful and a real bargain.

The dress that turned my head? I’m ashamed to say there's more than one.

Let's start off with Liliana. From the front, she’s pretty unassuming: floor length, deep v-neckline, slight ruffles edging the shoulders. But the real party is at the back. There's a cut-out that shows just the right amount of skin, vintage-inspired fabric-covered buttons and a trailing pussy bow to tie it all together. Even better, it’s now just £316, down from £395.

A steal by anyone’s standards, but especially when you consider that the average bride spends around £1,313 on a wedding dress.

At this point, I really should have shut my browsing window and locked my laptop in a cupboard - but of course I carried on scrolling.

Next, I spied the Viola dress. Brimming with romance, the bell sleeves and flowing train make the model look positively ethereal. It’s fully lined, and made from a weighty satin-back crepe. Features and fabric I did not expect from a dress that rings in at less than £400.

Last, but by no means least, I spot the Viola Jacket and Senna Trouser. An expertly tailored, elegant two-piece to rival the one Bianca Jagger married Mick in.

Suddenly my head is swimming. Could I be the sort of bride that wears a suit? Should I get a giant Bianca-inspired hat too - or is my head too small? Will my Mum kill me if I ditch my wedding dress? How many outfit changes is too many outfit changes?

Tastes change, and if, like me, you’re thinking of twisting on your wedding dress, there’s no judgement here - as long as you can afford it, of course. Reassure yourself with the knowledge that at least it’s just your dress you’re having second thoughts about - not your partner.

Happy shopping!

Jess Beech

Jess Beech is an experienced fashion and beauty editor, with more than eight years experience in the publishing industry. She has written for woman&home, GoodtoKnow, Now, Woman, Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own and Chat, and is currently Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor at Future PLC. 


She caught the magazine bug during a stint as Fashion Editor of her university newspaper alongside her English degree, and hasn’t looked back since. As for the fashion bug, that came as part and parcel of growing up in the 90s, but the less said about that the better!


Jess’ average day in the office is spent researching the latest fashion trends, chatting to industry tastemakers and scouring the internet to bring you this season’s must-buy pieces - as well as advice on how to wear them. Weekends are equally fashion-focused, and Jess has been known to visit no less than five Zara stores in a single day in search of the perfect occasion dress. 


The only thing that comes close to a buzz of finally tracking down that much-coveted dress is the joy of discovering a new beauty wonder product or hero ingredient. A beauty obsessive, Jess has tried everything from cryotherapy to chemical peels (minus the Samantha in Sex and The City-worthy redness) and interviewed experts including Jo Malone and Trinny Woodall.